Guide to Buying New Hearing Aids

If you’ve recently made the decision to invest in a pair of hearing aids, congratulations! You have chosen to invest in much more than a pair of electronic devices. Treating hearing loss with hearing aids reconnects you to your loved ones, keeps you active and involved with your favorite activities, and could even help support your overall health and well-being. … Read More

Understanding the Degrees of Hearing Loss 

Hearing loss is reaching epidemic levels in the United States. One third of adults over 65 years old has some degree of hearing loss, and one out of every two people over the age of 75 have difficulty hearing. Hearing loss is the third most reported chronic condition in this country. So why don’t we have more collective efforts to … Read More

Great Things to Hear This Holiday Season in Los Angeles, CA

In Los Angeles, the possibilities of activities to take part in are endless. This month of December leading into the holiday season is no exception. So much nostalgic music to fill our ears, hearts and dreams! Here is a list of events to stimulate your ears this holiday and into the New Year! 59th Annual L.A. County Holiday Celebration: Free … Read More

Growing evidence that noise is bad for your health

Does it ever feel like modern life is just getting louder? Whether it be the traffic noise, the fallout from noisy pub or even the aircraft noise, city life is more cacophonous than it has ever been. And recent research suggests that it might be more damaging to your health than you think. The latest research points to a link … Read More

Ways to Accommodate Your Loved Ones with Hearing Loss

Hearing loss is far more common than many of us realize. It’s likely that someone in your social circle has struggled with hearing loss, whether it be a parent, grandparent, coworker or friend. Modern hearing aids, which continue to be improved upon in phenomenal ways, can aid understanding significantly, but they still aren’t a silver bullet when it comes to … Read More

November is National Alzheimer’s Awareness Month

Don’t let your hearing loss prevent you from socializing this holiday season  As the holidays roll around again, most of us excitedly look forward to spending some quality time with our nearest and dearest. But if you have untreated hearing loss, the idea of busy holiday parties and catching up with extended family could be a source of anxiety. The … Read More

What to Expect at a Hearing Test

Although hearing tests are quick and painless, they can be a source of anxiety for some who don’t understand exactly what they entail. Perhaps you have a suspicion that you are losing hearing but are unsure. A hearing test and consultation with a hearing care professional is the right place to start. The following are a few of the things … Read More

Encouraging Your Loved One to Treat Their Hearing Loss

The recognition that your hearing is slowly slipping away can come as a heavy blow. Not only might the reality of hearing difficulty be disappointing, but also the associated realizations about your other bodily abilities might come to mind. Creaking knees, a sore back, and stiff knuckles might all come to mind as a web of limitations. It should come … Read More

Identifying the Signs of Hearing Loss

For some, the experience of hearing loss comes suddenly. Perhaps an injury or single incident makes it clear that hearing has been compromised or lost. Those who suffer an accident, are present during an explosion, or encounter repeated loud sounds in the workplace may have no doubt that they are no longer able to hear in a certain range. For … Read More