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Spring is in full bloom and with the warmer weather and longer days comes a return to being more social, getting out, and making new connections. Have you found you’ve been having to ask people to repeat themselves more often than not? Do voices sound muffled sometimes to you? This could indicate an unaddressed hearing loss. This May is Better

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Do you suffer from hearing loss? You might not even know it. There are a lot of factors that can contribute to a subtle decline in hearing, such as exposure to loud noises, impact on the head, exposure to certain chemicals, medications, or just changes to the inner ear as we age. It’s estimated that 1 in 8 people ages

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Do people in your life talk about sounds you just can’t hear? Do you miss the alarm to wake up or when something is in the oven? Many alarms and alerts operate on higher frequency sound and it is quite common for older adults to have high-frequency  hearing loss . The two most common kinds of hearing loss is hearing

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When the COVID-19 hit the world in early 2020, live music was among the first economic sectors to come to a halt. In the U.S. impact began in early March, when major music events such as SXSW, Ultra Music Festival, and Coachella were canceled or indefinitely postponed. While COVID-19 is still here, we are learning collectively how to live our

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Do you ever have migraines? If you do, then you know how debilitating they can be. A migraine headache can cause throbbing in one particular area of the head which builds in intensity often causing nausea and sensitivity to light. They can often seem like they come out of nowhere but are often preceded by warning signs including tiredness, mood

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Are you someone who wakes up and still remembers your dreams from the night before? Many people have recollections from all the places they’ve been and the people and beings they’ve encountered while resting while others awake rarely with these memories. The question of why we dream has long inspired fascinated philosophers since the beginning of time. However, for all the

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Hearing loss can have surprising effects which ripple out much further than just issues following everyday conversations. It’s well known that communication barriers associated with hearing loss can cause rifts in even a person’s closest relationships as well as cause feelings of chronic anxiety, depression, and isolation. However, many studies have documented an increase in cognitive decline leading to higher

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If you are a music lover then you already know how it can help you to feel inspired or calm. However, did you know that these effects occur on a neural level too? When we hear music, we love it when the dopamine brain, a naturally occurring happy chemical, is released. We use music to motivate us to do more,

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Do you ever find yourself struggling to follow conversations in a busy room full of chatter music and noise? While it is normal to have to ask people to repeat themselves when a room is noisy, it could also signal a hidden hearing loss. The World Health Organization (WHO), reports that up to 1.5 billion individuals worldwide suffer from some

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An estimated 357 million people worldwide today have hearing loss—a number expected to rise as the global population grows and ages. By 2050, more than one in four Americans will be 65 or older. Yet, more than 90 percent of hearing loss is preventable or reversible. The earlier you detect hearing loss, the sooner you can get help. Health conditions

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