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Hearing loss may be difficult to accept and many people do not know where to begin. Our team of ENT physicians and audiologists at Ear, Nose and Throat Specialists of Wisconsin will work close with you to determine what your hearing needs are.

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Have you been experiencing hearing loss? How would you know? Hearing loss affects people differently depending on their environments. People who are constantly attending meetings and social events or parties will experience a more noticeable hearing loss than people who live a quieter lifestyle. If you are not sure whether you have hearing loss, you are not alone. Hearing loss,

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If you have a friend or family member who experiences hearing loss , refining the way that you communicate with them can be beneficial to you both. With a few small changes, you will be able to communicate clearly and effectively, helping to bolster the strength of your relationship with the person in question and enjoy their company. When you

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When we think of auditory health, we will generally automatically think of hearing loss. While hearing loss is perhaps the most prevalent of auditory problems, it’s important to remember that there are other conditions out there that can affect your sense of hearing. So, it’s time to familiarize yourself with them and know how to tackle each should you experience.

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When your ears feel blocked up because of excess wax and dirt, the natural thing to do is give them a good clean . However, you may not know that blasting your ears with water in the shower could also one of the worst things that you could do for your ears. Ear cleaning should not involve anything physically going

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Our ears are impressive organs, not just because they enable us to hear, but also because they clean themselves. Earwax, also known as cerumen, is produced by the body to protect the ear canal. In many cases, you don’t have to worry about ear cleaning , but if you accumulate too much wax, this can cause problems. If you’re prone

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If you’ve got a hearing test scheduled, you may be wondering what to expect from this appointment. Luckily, these tests are painless and non-invasive and will provide important insight into the condition of your auditory system. Consider the following four frequently asked questions to better understand what will occur during this test. What happens during the hearing test? When you

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Ear protection is an important way to protect hearing during a variety of activities. Any sound carrying over 85 decibels can damage the hearing , especially with repeated exposure. Being aware of the activities that endanger your hearing and using ear protection when taking part in them is a must. Everybody is different, which means if a noise is hurting

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When it comes to the question of who needs to be wearing hearing protection the answer is a somewhat simple one - anyone who is working in a noisy environment or who does a hobby that is noisy should be wearing hearing protection. You only get one set of ears, which is why taking care of them and their inner

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People clean their ears relatively often, but did you know that it’s not actually necessary to clean your ears at all? Most people rely on things such as q-tips, but hearing care providers are well against using these to clean your ears. Some people prefer to use picks, and others might even use their fingers as a way to scrape

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Hearing tests can be conducted by audiologists. They are useful because they can tell you if there is a problem with your hearing that needs to be corrected or dealt with. While hearing issues can typically not be cured, they can be treated or managed so it is worth consulting a professional about any issues you might have. But, what

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