So, we know that when we wear earplugs or earmuffs when exposed to loud noises such as concerts, construction sites, and leaf blowers we are protecting our hearing from future damage, right? Kudos to you for protecting your hearing! But, did you know another way to help protect our hearing? FOOD!!!
Valentine’s Day is right around the corner, and we want to share with you all the reasons why it’s so important to bring a loved one with you to an audiologist appointment! Someone who is visiting our office is asked that they bring a spouse, significant other, or close family member or friend to the appointment for a variety of reasons. Although it’s not mandatory, it is certainly helpful. Our audiologists want to answer all your questions, and we’re sure your loved one has a few, too!
January 23, 2019 Hearing Tips
Communication is essential for humans to exchange information and ideas with one another. It is fundamental for growth and a high quality of life. People with hearing loss can find themselves in situations where it is difficult to effectively communicate with friends and family.
The Holiday Season is here! It is a time meant for laughter and joy, and celebration. Have you ever thought about what it would be like if you couldn’t hear this delightfulness? For those suffering from hearing loss, holidays that are meant to be FUN, actually can cause depression and isolation. If someone you love is suffering from hearing loss, the Holiday Season can serve as a great opportunity to start a conversation about it. Read this week’s article for some helpful tips!