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Imagine you woke up one morning and couldn’t hear out of one ear. Would you know what to do? Would you seek treatment? Unfortunately, for most people the answer to both of these questions is a resounding no. Sudden Sensorineural Hearing Loss Every year, one out of every 5,000 adults experiences sudden onset hearing loss. Also known as sudden sensorineural hearing loss,

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If you've been diagnosed with sleep apnea, you may want to schedule an appointment to see a hearing care professional, too. While researchers are still studying the relationship between the two, hearing loss and sleep apnea appear strongly linked, according to several studies published in the past few years.  One, a study of nearly 14,000 people found that hearing impairment was more

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It’s allergy season. That stuffy-nosed, watery-eyed, and always itchy part of the year. When the sniffles begin, I know my hearing is about to take a temporary dip. On my worst allergy days, I feel like I am walking in a fog. Sounds are muffled and my ears are popping more than usual as they work to clear the increased

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    If you take Viagra or another similar medication for erectile dysfunction, be aware that you're at an increased risk of developing a hearing condition known as sudden  sensorineural  hearing loss. Erectile dysfunction drugs and hearing loss Any of the dozen or so drugs that belong to the class of medications known as PDE-5-inhibitors are linked to sudden hearing loss.

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    Rocker Eric Clapton, diva Barbra Streisand and rapper Will.i.am may be worlds apart musically but they share this in common: All three are having audio difficulties. They’re among a growing number of musicians suffering from hearing loss after decades of exposure to loud music. The problem is especially prevalent in the ranks of boomer rockers, including Pete Townshend

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It may not make sense to use your feet in benefit of someone else’s ears, but in the case of the Hearing Loss Association of America  (HLAA) and its signature Walk4Hearing events, that’s exactly what thousands of people across the country have been doing since 1979.     Each year in the spring and fall, Walk4Hearing events “increase public awareness about

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  If you have hearing loss , you may be at greater risk of an accidental injury at work or at play, according to a recent study. The study, which was published in March, used data from the National Health Interview Survey  between 2007 and 2015 to analyze accidental injuries among a cross-section of adults. Accidental injuries were reported by

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      The thyroid is a butterfly-shaped gland in your neck. Its main purpose is to release hormones that control your metabolism. However, there are several conditions that affect thyroid health, causing it to produce either too much or not enough of these hormones. About 20 million Americans have some form of thyroid disease, and one of the symptoms

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  Though hearing aids are incredibly powerful devices, they are small, and their batteries are even tinier. As such, you can easily lose or misplace them. But their size presents another danger – the possibility of being swallowed by young children or pets. If this happens, the consequences can be severe. Dangers of swallowing hearing aids or batteries In most

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Your eyes are itchy and your nose is runny – typical for allergy season, you tell yourself. But could your allergies also account for your diminished sense of hearing? Yes, say hearing health professionals, with symptoms that can include itching, swelling, vertigo and fullness in the ear. Allergies and hearing loss Your immune system responds to allergens by producing antibodies

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