Category: My Hearing Health

Posts that discuss hearing heath care and the benefits of a healthy lifestyle.

April 17, 2017

  We all love hearing stories, but sometimes those stories can give us the wrong idea or be outright misleading. Fortunately, ‘Healthyhearing.com’ has put together a list of five misperceptions about hearing aids. The not so true facts they talk about include:   Hearing aids are ugly and bulky. Response:  Technology has gotten so good…

April 12, 2017

Let’s start with the bottom line … two ears is better than one.  We are born with two ears for a reason; actually for many reason.  I can personally attest to the fact that the quality and clarity of sound perceived with one ear is simply not as good as with two ears!   About…

April 10, 2017

  Is aging difficult for many of your clients? Here are some great healthy aging tips from ‘gethealthystayhealthy.com’:   Eat the right foods Keep your body moving See your doctor regularly Get enough sleep Stay socially engaged Quit smoking Stay mentally active   Read more here: http://www.gethealthystayhealthy.com/articles/healthy-aging   As you help your clients take action…

April 3, 2017

Preliminary findings from a German hearing company appear to have found a correlation between where you live and your level of hearing loss. According to early reports, it is looking like noise pollution in urban areas is causing some people to experience hearing loss at the level of 10 or 20 years beyond their actual…

March 22, 2017

CaptionCall is proud to introduce Eddy the Ear – the ‘ear-resistible’ star of our new video series, Conversations with Eddy the Ear.  This series of entertaining short video segments is created to help people be more ‘ear-responsible’.   Our objective is simply to provide you or your clients with an entertaining, educational tool to help…

March 6, 2017

  You may have heard some of the life-altering success stories of people who finally got fitted with hearing aids. Well, now you can look at the facts based on results from the first placebo-controlled, double-blind, randomized clinical trial of wearing hearing aids.  A study, led by researchers at Indiana University and published in American…

February 27, 2017

  What’s the difference between listening and hearing? Well imagine your partner asking you to do the dishes while you are watching T.V. You may have heard the request, but you really weren’t paying attention.  That’s the big difference; hearing is knowing there are sounds and listening is understanding and acting on them. When it…

February 22, 2017

  Starkey has posted a great info graphic explaining the different types of hearing loss. If you have noticed that you have been having trouble hearing things lately, take a moment and visit a hearing health professional. Hearing health professionals are prepared to help you with your specific hearing loss.  

February 8, 2017

  The Center for Disease Control recently conducted a survey with some surprising results about hearing loss. It turns out nearly 20 percent of people in their 20s already have some level of hearing loss, and that hearing loss in more than half of the cases was not caused by loud noises from work. In…

February 3, 2017

  Hearing is vital for living a long, healthy and active life. Sometimes we need a little help remembering how to keep our hearing healthy and strong. Beltone has a fantastic list of tips to make sure your hearing is at the top of its game for years to come. Pay attention to the sound…