Hate your new hearing aids? That's a pretty common reaction, but don't give up. Here's how to learn how to love them instead.
Microtia is a rare birth defect that affects the external ears. It also can cause hearing loss and generally requires ongoing medical care from an ENT and an audiologist.
Chronic vertigo, dizziness, and disequilibrium are often caused by vestibular disorders and tend to go hand in hand with anxiety. Here's how to get a handle on both.
Learn about the many different causes of sensorineural hearing loss, the most common type of hearing loss.
Use these ten questions to start the dialogue with your hearing healthcare professional at your initial hearing evaluation.
For shooting and hunting enthusiasts, even one unprotected blast of gunfire can cause permanent damage. Over time, a condition known as "shooter's ear" can develop. Find out how to protect your hearing when you shoot.
Earwax build-up is a common cause of hearing aid malfunction. Using these tips for keeping hearing aids clean of ear wax can help prevent unnecessary clinic visits and frustrating hearing aid repairs.
Becoming familiar with the various parts of your hearing aid can help reduce repair costs and prolong the life of your device.
Itchy ears can be annoying but they shouldn’t prevent you from wearing your hearing devices as prescribed.
The American Academy of Audiology started Audiology Awareness Month in 2008 as a means of bringing awareness to hearing health and the importance of hearing protection.
Even if you have very waxy ears, don't attempt to clean them until you read this.
Tips for transitioning to a low-sodium diet to help you get a handle on your Meniere's symptoms.
Wearing two hearing aids makes sense if you have hearing loss in both ears. Here are all the reasons why two is better than one.
Although Traditional Chinese Medicine practitioners have been using acupuncture to treat hearing loss and deafness for centuries, most medical professionals caution that further study is required.
Sometimes called "double hearing," diplacusis is a form of hearing loss that causes our ears to hear sounds so differently it creates a disturbing two-sound experience.
The price of personal sound amplification devices (PSAP) may be tempting, but using them in place of hearing aids may be damaging to your hearing health.
Automatically filtering out background noise can be especially difficult if you have hearing loss and wear hearing aids.
Hearing loss in one ear and single-sided deafness can affect your hearing in unique ways, primarily because it's harder to localize where sounds are coming from.
Using external noise to retrain the way the brain interprets tinnitus sound can go a long way in helping reduce the annoyance and frustration associated with the condition.
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Temporary hearing loss has many potential causes. Treating it depends on the underlying problem. Here are some options for dealing with it quickly.
Many articles make claims about essential oils for hearing loss, tinnitus, vertigo and ear infections. Find out what the research says.
How can you tell if you have hearing loss? Only a qualified hearing health professional can tell you for sure, but here are five signs you may not be hearing your best.
For people with severe or persistent tinnitus, suicidal thoughts can occur. Learn how to recognize the signs and tips for coping.