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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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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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Our hearing is an incredibly important sense, although it’s also one that’s regularly taken advantage of. While it’s crucial to protect your hearing when surrounded by loud noises, it’s also important to understand how to clean your ears and what exactly earwax does for the auditory system. Earwax has a bigger impact on your hearing health than you might at

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According to the Better Hearing Institute, up to one-third of acquired hearing loss is preventable. This is because some types of hearing loss are caused by exposure to loud noises. One such form of hearing loss is called noise-induced hearing loss (NIHL). How common is hearing loss? Unfortunately, many favorite activities put people at risk for NIHL. According to the

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  Does tinnitus make it difficult to sleep? There’s nothing quite like a refreshing night’s sleep to prepare you for a busy day ahead. Which makes it all the more galling that you can’t sleep because of the constant ringing, roaring or whistling in your ears that is tinnitus. But rather than be a victim to your tinnitus, there are

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Ear candling is an alternative health method people use at home to clean their ears . This method is, unfortunately, gaining popularity in recent years, but not for the right reasons. Ear candling may sound like a great, easier and less invasive way to clean out your ears, but this is far from the truth. Ear candling can be dangerous

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The human body is considered one of the most mysterious secrets of science. The perfect harmony in which the different bodily functions work together to support an organism and keep it alive, the beautiful inter-dependence of man on nature and vice versa, and the enigmatic microbiology existing in each and every tiny cell building up a human being are some

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It’s a given that we all like to be clean, but is it possible to be too clean? Actually, yes, especially if we’re talking about your ears! While it’s not a bad idea to wipe the outer parts of your ear with a cloth while shaving or showering, too much cleaning , particularly of the inside portion of your ears,

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Hearing is a wonderful thing and the instrument, through which we hear, the ear, is miraculous in design. This miniature marvel of engineering converts sound waves into mechanical energy, which generates a tiny electrical current to stimulate auditory nerves supplying the brain. But the wonder doesn’t stop there because the ear is also self-cleaning. To understand this it helps to

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