Tips for Students with Hearing Loss

Tips for Students with Hearing Loss

Your child deserves the best education so help your school-age or college-bound student be the best they can be in school by reviewing these tips. If aids are needed to assist a college-bound child or if you need an up-to-date hearing evaluation because they are going out of the area and you want one on file – call Hearing Health …

The Great Outdoors: The Rise of Noise Pollution in US National Parks

The Great Outdoors: The Rise of Noise Pollution in US National Parks

As many of us escape the noise and hustle and bustle of the city by taking trips to the great outdoors, recent reports have shown that America’s national parks, the last bastions of peace and quiet, are no more. Noise pollution is invading even the most protected natural areas. Human induced noise pollution has negative impacts on the wildlife, ecosystems, …

Hunters, Protect Your Hearing This Season!

Hunting season has arrived, and while you might be excited to head out to the woods, don’t forget to think about your hearing health, and make the right call. While we often assume that only seniors struggle with hearing loss, the truth is that you could irreparably damage your hearing after just one day of hunting. Hunters and Hearing Loss …

Can Earwax Cause Hearing Loss?

Hearing care providers are more frequently running into patients who are having trouble hearing – only to find out that the cause of the problem is earwax buildup. Excessive cerumen, as earwax is called, is one of the most common causes for conductive hearing loss, and luckily the most treatable. What occurs in conductive hearing loss is blockage to the …

Hearing Loss and Tinnitus are Found after Certain Chemo Treatments

Cancer survivors who received chemotherapy are more likely to experience hearing loss and tinnitus as those who did not, according to a study published I the Journal of Cancer Survivorship. It is important to establish a baseline with a hearing evaluation before you begin chemotherapy with a hearing test at Hearing Health. The professionals at Hearing Health can then keep …

Untreated Hearing Loss Tied to Dementia Risk

September is World Alzheimer’s Month and dementia is one of the most common forms of Alzheimer’s. Studies all over the world have tracked a link between untreated hearing loss and a tendency to get dementia. Contact Hearing Health today for a hearing test and help preserve your lifestyle now – and for the future. Alzheimer’s not normal part of aging …

Hearing Health (MN) - Exciting New Hearing Technology this Summer

Exciting new hearing technology

The smallest, the best sound, the most unique innovation, the marketing of hearing aids has manufacturers all touting advancements. But there really are some great innovations designed to give you better sounding, more useable and user friendly hearing devices. The first step to better hearing is calling Hearing Health and getting an evaluation. Then a professional can set you up …

Hearing Health (MN) - Closed-caption Phones Open Up Doors for People with Hearing Loss

Closed-caption Phones Open Up Doors for People with Hearing Loss

You’ve enjoyed them on your YouTube videos for a while now, but did you now that closed-captioning is coming to your phone calls? Those with hearing loss who use hearing aids know all about their benefits. But there are some situations where you could use a little more help. One of those situations is on the phone. You might have …

Hearing Health (MN) - Support an Active Lifestyle with Hearing Aids

Support an active lifestyle with hearing aids

You may be born with poor eyesight or your vision may deteriorate as you get older. People embrace the idea of designer eyeglasses, safety glasses to help their vision when they work or for their hobbies. Why does it seem like correcting your hearing is something people shy away from? What you have missed! At Hearing Health, we can walk …