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The Hearing Rehab Center Blog

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  • How Loud is Too Loud How loud is too loud? Learn when everyday noises cause permanent hearing loss and how to protect your hearing from noise damage.
  • Hearing Loss in the Workplace On a recent office visit a patient expressed frustration with hearing and understanding her clients, colleagues and supervisor. Does this sound familiar?
  • Hearing Loss and Personal Safety One topic that is often overlooked when it comes to untreated hearing loss is the topic of personal safety. You may not realize it, but your hearing plays a critical role in keeping you and you loved ones safe.
  • Is a Loved Ones Hearing Loss Driving You Crazy? Hearing loss is not frustrating for just the person suffering, but also for their communication partners; spouses, family, friends, and other important people.
  • Loud Toys and Childrens Hearing When deciding which toys to buy children and grandchildren, how many of us take into consideration how loud the toy may be? Probably a very small percentage. When we think of hearing loss and noise exposure, we typically don't consider our youngest generation, but they can be at risk for excessive noise exposure and possibly noise induced hearing loss from certain toys that are marketed to them.
  • Alzheimers Disease and Hearing Loss Did you know the symptoms of untreated hearing loss and Alzheimer’s disease are very similar? Symptoms of both Alzheimer’s and hearing loss include: depression, anxiety, and feelings of isolation; reduced language comprehension and/or language ability; impaired memory or reduced cognitive input; inappropriate psychosocial responses; reduced mental scores on testing; denial, defensiveness, negativity and distrust and suspicion that others are talking about them.
  • Social Stigma of Hearing Loss The stigma associated with hearing loss can be a big obstacle for individuals who need help to hear better. Some individuals are afraid to take the next step because of how they think their friends, family, or acquaintances may view them. Negative stereotypes and prejudices have followed hearing loss for years, and it surprises me how many people still associate those misperceptions to hearing loss.
  • Auditory Deprivation When hearing loss is ignored and left untreated, the auditory system is deprived of sound. Learn about the causes and effects of auditory deprivation.
  • Tips for Improving Communication Tips on communicating with someone with hearing loss. As a family member or a friend of someone with hearing loss, you can help reduce conversional difficulties by using good communication strategies.
  • Age-Related Hearing Loss Presbywhat? Age-related hearing loss. Hearing Rehab Center