Hearing Aid Buying Guide eBook

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High Blood Pressure and Hearing Loss

Everyone knows high blood pressure, also known as hypertension, can lead to a variety of serious health problems including cardiovascular disease and stroke. But many people are surprised to discover that this common condition can also cause hearing loss, and in some cases, that hearing loss is a warning sign that could save your life.

How to Talk to Someone with Hearing Loss

Sometimes, communicating with someone who has hearing loss can be frustrating –  but it’s important to remember that the frustration you are experiencing is likely reciprocated. After all, it’s safe to assert that nobody enjoys having to constantly ask another to repeat him- or herself because they don’t hear them the first time. Remember that

Facts about Hearing Loss

For many people, gradual hearing loss is considered a natural process that comes with getting older. It often goes untreated due to lack of knowledge or neglect by both patients and doctors. For example, only 16% percent of physicians routinely screen for hearing loss. Even more damaging, people who believe they may be suffering from