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RA_Dec20

Can Hearing Aids Help Someone Stay Mentally Sharp?

Hearing aids do much more than provide a level of comfort and ease to people with hearing loss, and overall improve their social life – they may actually have a significant positive effect on their brain. If you wear hearing aids, you may already be improving your brain function; if you don’t wear them regularly, […]

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RA_Oct20

When Are Hearing Aids Recommended?

According to the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders, age-related hearing loss affects about 25% of people aged 65 – 74, and 50% of ages 75 and older.  Overall, more males seem to be impacted. Also, by middle age, many men will have hearing nerve damage from long exposure to noises, such as […]

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RA_July20

What Does “Normal” Hearing Really Mean?

Perhaps you’ve had a hearing test before, and were told you had normal hearing; but, lately your hearing seems to have changed for the worse and you wonder if you no longer have normal hearing.  Maybe you’ve never had your hearing tested, and wonder if for your age your hearing is still normal.  Or, you […]

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7 Things To Know Before Buying Hearing Aids

If you’re experiencing hearing loss and considering getting a hearing aid, you may be overwhelmed with concerns about which device to get, how it will look, and maybe even whether it will really help. At Resonance Audiology, we have often been asked: “How do I know if I am choosing the right hearing aid for […]

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What is the Cost of Ignoring Hearing Loss?

One of the most common health problems that about 48 million people in our country suffer from to some degree is hearing loss, according to the Hearing Loss Association of America. Hearing loss can negatively affect almost every aspect of someone’s life, regardless of age. Here are some major consequences of ignoring hearing loss: Untreated […]

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RA_Jan20

Am I Too Young to Consider Hearing Aids?

More than half of over 360 million people around the world who have moderate to profound hearing loss are actually people under the age of 65 – and the alarming fact is that more and more young people show evidence of early hearing damage. And yet, if you are suffering from hearing loss that is […]

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RA_Nov19

Is Hearing Loss Hereditary?

At Resonance Audiology, we believe that having a good understanding of different hearing problems and causes for hearing losses can empower those affected to make informed decisions about which hearing aid or therapy they should choose. One of the questions we often get is whether hearing loss is hereditary. Hearing loss has many causes, and […]

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RA_Sept19

Check Out a Local Recommendation

According to the Hearing Loss Association of America, it’s estimated that 48 million Americans report some degree of hearing loss, and that there are more than 28 million Americans with untreated hearing loss. If you or someone you know is one of them, a simple hearing test can help you learn more about the actual […]

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