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June 21, 2023

How to Best Tell Others About Your Hearing Loss

What We Know and Do Not Know About Hearing Loss Many aspects of hearing loss remain a mystery, however common we know it to be. This makes sense because every person is a unique individual, shaped by their unique circumstances and experiences, so every person’s experience with hearing loss is unique to them as well. In fact, how common is…

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June 17, 2023

Taking Responsibility for Your Hearing Health Improves Your Quality of Life

It Is Up To You and No One Else to Maintain Your Hearing Health Hearing loss is much more common than most people know. To put it in perspective: You are at an average sized wedding party. An average sized wedding party has 100 guests. Do you know how many of them statistically would be living with some detectable degree…

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June 5, 2023

Hearing is a Cornerstone of Overall Health

We All Know Aging When We See It, But What Is It? Can you remember being 10 years old and how the 13 year old’s at the back of the bus looked indistinguishable from the adults? Many of us likely remember the shock of milestone birthdays, turning 18, 21, or 40 and the cognitive dissonance resolving how we actually felt…

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May 24, 2023

What to Expect at Your Hearing Exam

No One is Immune to Hearing Loss Between 35-45 million Americans live with hearing loss. It is impossible to know exactly how many people for a wide range of reasons, but this estimate represents less than 14% of everyone in the U.S. aged 18 & above. These are people of all ages, all ethnicities & all walks of life. Of…

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May 18, 2023

Form Healthy Hearing Habits Early

What Exactly Causes Hearing Loss? Aside from exceptional cases in which hearing loss is the sudden consequence of a tragic accident, hearing loss is most often the outcome of prolonged exposure to dangerously loud sound levels without proper preparation.  This may happen in one’s workplace. Certain industries are notoriously risky, such as mining, agriculture, manufacturing, and nightlife. Other people are…

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May 3, 2023

Some Professions Pose a Higher Risk of Hearing Loss

The Staggering Statistics Why is it that more than half of everyone aged 75 and above in The United States suffers from hearing loss, but less than three out of every 1,000 babies born has congenital hearing trouble?  More than 13% of the entire population of our country over the age of 18 has some detectable degree of disabling hearing…

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April 27, 2023

Hearing Aids Help Prevent Falls and Accidents

The Truth May Shock You According to The Center for Disease Control, the leading cause of injury-related death among everyone aged 65 years old & above is accidental falls. Almost 700,000 older Americans die from accidental falls each year. This may surprise you. When we think of the elderly & their many common health problems we likely think of cancer…

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April 14, 2023

All About Different Hearing Aid Features

Many people assume that hearing loss is much more rare than it actually is. There are all kinds of reasons for this. One, it is an invisible liability, meaning, you can not tell that someone has hearing loss simply by looking at them. And secondly, hearing loss is vastly under-represented and misrepresented in popular culture. If you see a character…

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April 4, 2023

How Treating Hearing Loss Can Improve Mental Health

Hearing Loss; More Common Than You Think Did you know that hearing loss is one of the most common disabilities? About 13% of the U.S. population lives with some detectable degree of hearing loss, making it more common than diabetes or cancer. But many people are likely surprised to learn this because hearing loss is an invisible disability, meaning you…

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March 30, 2023

What Is the Difference between Hearing Aid and Amplifiers?

Hearing loss is a common issue that affects millions of people worldwide, with around 40 million Americans, from infants to the elderly, experiencing some form of hearing loss in one or both ears. For many of these individuals, communication can be a challenge, leading to feelings of frustration and isolation.  Hearing aids can enhance a person’s quality of life and…

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March 13, 2023

Hearing Loss and Hearing Aids FAQ

Did you know that close to 2.5 billion people are predicted to have some kind of hearing disorder by 2050? Or that hearing disorders are among the most common sensory processing disorders, affecting more than 1 in 10 Americans. Though people of all ages can have hearing loss disorders, those aged 60 and up are more likely to be affected. …

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March 4, 2023

Tips to Help Your Hearing Aids Last Longer

Hearing aids are an investment, but given all the compounded consequences likely to arise when you fail to treat your hearing loss with the gravity it deserves, such an investment should be a no-brainer. Almost 13% of all Americans live with some detectable degree of hearing less, yet less 20% of these people actually take action to address it. The…

Kenneth H. Wood, BC-HIS

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June 21, 2023

How to Best Tell Others About Your Hearing Loss

What We Know and Do Not Know About Hearing Loss Many aspects of hearing loss remain a mystery, however common we know it to be. This makes sense because every person is a unique individual, shaped by their unique circumstances and experiences, so every person’s experience with hearing loss is unique to them as well. In fact, how common is…

audseo

Featured image for “Taking Responsibility for Your Hearing Health Improves Your Quality of Life”
June 17, 2023

Taking Responsibility for Your Hearing Health Improves Your Quality of Life

It Is Up To You and No One Else to Maintain Your Hearing Health Hearing loss is much more common than most people know. To put it in perspective: You are at an average sized wedding party. An average sized wedding party has 100 guests. Do you know how many of them statistically would be living with some detectable degree…

audseo

Featured image for “Hearing is a Cornerstone of Overall Health”
June 5, 2023

Hearing is a Cornerstone of Overall Health

We All Know Aging When We See It, But What Is It? Can you remember being 10 years old and how the 13 year old’s at the back of the bus looked indistinguishable from the adults? Many of us likely remember the shock of milestone birthdays, turning 18, 21, or 40 and the cognitive dissonance resolving how we actually felt…

audseo

Featured image for “What to Expect at Your Hearing Exam”
May 24, 2023

What to Expect at Your Hearing Exam

No One is Immune to Hearing Loss Between 35-45 million Americans live with hearing loss. It is impossible to know exactly how many people for a wide range of reasons, but this estimate represents less than 14% of everyone in the U.S. aged 18 & above. These are people of all ages, all ethnicities & all walks of life. Of…

audseo

Featured image for “Form Healthy Hearing Habits Early”
May 18, 2023

Form Healthy Hearing Habits Early

What Exactly Causes Hearing Loss? Aside from exceptional cases in which hearing loss is the sudden consequence of a tragic accident, hearing loss is most often the outcome of prolonged exposure to dangerously loud sound levels without proper preparation.  This may happen in one’s workplace. Certain industries are notoriously risky, such as mining, agriculture, manufacturing, and nightlife. Other people are…

audseo

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May 3, 2023

Some Professions Pose a Higher Risk of Hearing Loss

The Staggering Statistics Why is it that more than half of everyone aged 75 and above in The United States suffers from hearing loss, but less than three out of every 1,000 babies born has congenital hearing trouble?  More than 13% of the entire population of our country over the age of 18 has some detectable degree of disabling hearing…

audseo

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April 27, 2023

Hearing Aids Help Prevent Falls and Accidents

The Truth May Shock You According to The Center for Disease Control, the leading cause of injury-related death among everyone aged 65 years old & above is accidental falls. Almost 700,000 older Americans die from accidental falls each year. This may surprise you. When we think of the elderly & their many common health problems we likely think of cancer…

audseo

Featured image for “All About Different Hearing Aid Features”
April 14, 2023

All About Different Hearing Aid Features

Many people assume that hearing loss is much more rare than it actually is. There are all kinds of reasons for this. One, it is an invisible liability, meaning, you can not tell that someone has hearing loss simply by looking at them. And secondly, hearing loss is vastly under-represented and misrepresented in popular culture. If you see a character…

audseo

Featured image for “How Treating Hearing Loss Can Improve Mental Health”
April 4, 2023

How Treating Hearing Loss Can Improve Mental Health

Hearing Loss; More Common Than You Think Did you know that hearing loss is one of the most common disabilities? About 13% of the U.S. population lives with some detectable degree of hearing loss, making it more common than diabetes or cancer. But many people are likely surprised to learn this because hearing loss is an invisible disability, meaning you…

audseo

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March 30, 2023

What Is the Difference between Hearing Aid and Amplifiers?

Hearing loss is a common issue that affects millions of people worldwide, with around 40 million Americans, from infants to the elderly, experiencing some form of hearing loss in one or both ears. For many of these individuals, communication can be a challenge, leading to feelings of frustration and isolation.  Hearing aids can enhance a person’s quality of life and…

audseo

Featured image for “Hearing Loss and Hearing Aids FAQ”
March 13, 2023

Hearing Loss and Hearing Aids FAQ

Did you know that close to 2.5 billion people are predicted to have some kind of hearing disorder by 2050? Or that hearing disorders are among the most common sensory processing disorders, affecting more than 1 in 10 Americans. Though people of all ages can have hearing loss disorders, those aged 60 and up are more likely to be affected. …

audseo

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March 4, 2023

Tips to Help Your Hearing Aids Last Longer

Hearing aids are an investment, but given all the compounded consequences likely to arise when you fail to treat your hearing loss with the gravity it deserves, such an investment should be a no-brainer. Almost 13% of all Americans live with some detectable degree of hearing less, yet less 20% of these people actually take action to address it. The…

Kenneth H. Wood, BC-HIS

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