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When it comes to untreated hearing loss, it can be detrimental to your quality of life. From making conversations harder to causing social isolation, the impact of untreated hearing loss is vast. The good news is it’s not a difficult condition to diagnose and treat. By finding an audiologist in your area, you can schedule a hearing test and find

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Not all hearing loss is the same. There are different types of hearing loss and different reasons that hearing can be impaired. Here is an overview. Sudden hearing loss Sudden hearing loss is defined as the loss of 30 decibels over 3 frequencies for at least 72 hours. Sudden hearing loss occurs in a matter of a few hours or

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Cleaning your ears may not be your favorite activity. It also might not be the most fun. However, for some people, basic ear cleaning is a necessity. These people have more of a need to clean their ears than others. For these people, if they do not clean their ears, then problems can arise. So if you need to clean

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Many people clean their ears by themselves at home. This can be helpful. However, you can also visit the audiologist to have your ears cleaned. There are many ways that audiologists can help when it comes to ear cleaning. Here some of the top ways that they can do this. 1. Professional wax removal Audiologists have the training and the

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If you concerned about the possibility of hearing loss you’ve probably scheduled a hearing test with an audiologist. On the day of your appointment, here is what you can expect. Health history The audiologist will start by asking about your general health history. The audiologist isn’t being nosy or just making conversation. They need to know about your history of

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Audiologists are highly trained medical professionals who can help treat a wide variety of disorders. Audiologists now are required to obtain doctorate degrees. So, they are very skilled at what they do. Here are some of the top conditions that audiologists treat. You should see an audiologist if you suspect that you have one of these conditions. Hearing loss Hearing

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That yellowish-orange waxy, oily substance that comes out of your ears may seem gross. But cerumen (the proper name for earwax) is vital to the health of your ears and your hearing. It’s a bit oily to help keep water out, sticky to stop debris from getting to the eardrum and naturally antimicrobial. It’s still unsightly; so you want to

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Meeting with an audiologist to discuss your hearing problems and take a series of tests is a necessary step to receiving the solutions you need, but it can seem intimidating if it’s your first time visiting the office. While you can trust your audiologist to ask and answer many questions during the visit, it’s also good to bring a list

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Ear cleaning is not as simple as it seems and has several risks associated with it. Even when you see an audiologist for your ear cleaning, you are subjecting yourself to certain side effects and possible complications. Keeping this in mind, it is easy to understand why amateur ear cleaning at home can be highly dangerous. Here are some mistakes

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