Hearing Health Blog
Ear cleaning is a hotly debated subject, but it shouldn’t be. Your ears do a lot of the ear cleaning work all on their own, so it’s often unnecessary for you to be attempting to clean your ears out yourself. Below, we will take a look at the top do’s and don'ts of ear cleaning to clear up any confusion.
Of all the causes of noise-induced hearing loss, the workplace is one of the most prevalent. The majority of workplaces that leave workers at the potential risk of permanent damage to hearing provide the right ear protection to ensure that your hearing is safeguarded. However, if you have one of these occupations and you don’t have any ear protection, you
Have you ever thought about what kind of impact your job has on your health? We often hear about work-related illnesses such as stress and back pain, but hearing loss is another major risk associated with a wide range of occupations. If you work in a noisy environment, it’s crucial to be aware of the risk of hearing loss and
It’s no secret that hearing loss is commonly caused by exposure to loud noises. However, most people seem to underestimate what is considered a loud noise that could permanently damage their hearing if they’re not careful. In fact, something has innocent as mowing the lawn produces a sound that is loud enough to actually cause hearing loss if you’re exposed
For most people listening is effortless, but for people with a hearing loss making sense of the sounds around us requires extra mental effort. This additional effort devoted to listening can cause brain fatigue. If you are dealing with an untreated hearing loss, you may find yourself surprisingly low on energy. No matter how much sleep you get or how