Hearing Health Blog
We want to share the top 6 facts that every person with hearing loss needs to know Hearing loss doesn’t just affect you Many people with hearing loss think they can just “live with it”. However, surveys over the years have shown that one of the top impacts of untreated hearing loss is strain on relationships, especially the most important ones.
Untreated hearing loss can have a significant impact on both the sufferer of hearing loss and their loved ones during the holidays. On average people wait 7 years to do anything about their hearing loss. During those years it is common to become more isolated, sedentary, and depressed. The good news is that hearing loss is a treatable condition. By
Today we are sharing an interview between Dr. Brad Stewart, Owner and Audiologist at ClearLife Hearing Care, and Rex Norris, owner of Caring Transitions in Denton and Collin County. The changes in life that come with aging can be stressful and confusing, both for the senior and their family. This is the first installment in an interview series where talk
People cleaning their ears is something that is ill-advised but often occurs. The problem is that people use rather dangerous methods of digging into their ear to scrape out earwax, not realizing that the ear is a self-regulating organ. Here we will take a look at three ways that people commonly remove ear wax and why they are harmful.
Going to the movies is a very fun activity for most people. However, it is more of an ordeal than a fun time for people that have hearing loss. They are usually not able to enjoy a movie until it is released on video so that they can see all of the different captions. Fortunately, there has been extensive research