Hearing Loss Tips

January 28, 2020
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Untreated hearing loss increases daily fatigue

Managing Fatigue and Hearing Loss Increased hearing difficulties linked to the presence of a hearing loss can introduce cognitive and physical efforts that cause a strain on ones mental and physical state. We often feel tired after going to a concert or speaking with friends […]
December 30, 2019
Wishing you a Happy New Year

2020 New Years Resolution – Hearing Health Edition

Hearing health may not seem like the most obvious choice for a New Year’s resolution, however making your hearing a priority can have long-term health benefits. Advocacy for hearing health is on the rise. There are numerous long-term health conditions that have strong ties to your […]
December 9, 2019
Our irritability to noise can increase as we age

Irritability To Noise Increases As We Age

Loud noise can become more irritating as we age. Loud environments such as restaurants, social gatherings, airplanes, loud traffic and even loud voices can become irritating. As a result, these loud sounds in our everyday life can become harder to tolerate. Increased sensitivity to loud […]
November 26, 2019
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Hearing Aids and Listening Ability Improve with Time

Wearing a new pair of hearing aids is always an adjustment, regardless if you are a new or long-time user. It can take several days up to several months for certain individuals to acclimate. This is due to the new sounds, the different processing patterns […]
November 24, 2019
The effects of diet on diabetes and the potential links of this disease to hearing loss

Diabetes Awareness and Hearing Loss

November represents Diabetes Awareness Month. Did you know that diabetes is one of the most common diseases that affects Canadians? Diabetes is another major area for concern within the research community. Researchers believe that individuals who have diabetes are twice as likely to develop hearing […]