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Allergies are a pain for anyone who spends their summer months sneezing into tissues. Allergies can hurt your eyes, make your face swell up, cause a perpetually runny nose and watery eyes. You'll cough more, you’ll feel like you’ve been hit in the face with a pollen bomb and it’s just not fun at all! The one thing that you

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Statistics released by the American Tinnitus Association show how over 50-million Americans have experienced tinnitus at least once in their life. While in some cases this condition is only inconvenient, in others can be debilitating. Therefore, it is crucial to understand the medical and lifestyle-related factors that might cause you to have tinnitus in the future.  Tinnitus causes you to

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Phantom noises in the ear can be an inconvenience or annoyance at first. However, when left untreated, they can suddenly become a severe burden. Indeed, when you are experiencing a ringing in the ears , you might not be able to take part in conversations or enjoy your work-life easily. And, of course, these noises can be highly distracting.  Some

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According to WHO statistics, over one billion people around the world experience hearing loss – and only a small percentage of those who need hearing aids actually seek out the professional help of an audiologist. If you have decided to take the first step and visit an audiologist, you're already well on your way to regaining your hearing and starting

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Scheduling an appointment with an audiologist is a significant first step to improving your hearing. It’s worth remembering that both you and your audiologist want the same outcome: an enhanced hearing experience for you. Audiologists are healthcare professionals , just like doctors and physicians. With that in mind, they need to have detailed background information about you to offer the

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As people get older, they will notice subtle changes in their hearing. It’s a natural part of the aging process , but for some individuals, those changes in hearing can have a detrimental impact on their lives. Some people may even experience hearing loss from a much early age, such as in their teenage years or younger. The thing is,

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A study published in the International Journal of Audiology predicts that 80% of adults aged between 55-74 who need hearing aids don’t use them. That is a worrying percentage because hearing loss problems will continue to develop and have a far-reaching impact on their overall quality of life unless they see an audiologist and get fitted for hearing aids.  There

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There can be a number of physical ailments that can come from working somewhere like a factory or in construction . Hearing loss issues are common for workers, which is why hearing protection really is a must for workers.  So, taking some steps to help noise protection for your workers will be a positive thing to ensure they are happier

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​​​​​​ If you are someone who experienced tinnitus or a ringing in your ears, then it can impact your whole life. Conversation may be more difficult, relaxing or trying to sleep.  Tinnitus impacts your life, and it could make you feel quite low and perhaps isolated. However, there is some good news. There are a number of things that you

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When it comes to your health care, it matters that you always choose the best and right person for the job. Ideally, it should be somebody if you are comfortable with, which is highly qualified and, in many cases,, are highly recommended.  When selecting the right audiologist, it might feel like a bit of a difficult task.  There are several

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