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When to Get New Hearing Aids

In Uncategorized by Dr. Randi Davis Yontz

A common question we are often asked is: “How often should I change my hearing aids?” It’s a tough question to answer. Although we usually suggest replacing hearing aids every three to five years, individual needs widely wildly depending on specific requirements. However, there are some common reasons why you might want to go for an upgrade. If you agree …

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Hearing Aids Keep You Happy, Healthy, and Wealthy

In Hearing Aids, Hearing Health, Mental Health, Research by Dr. Randi Davis Yontz

If you have been thinking about getting your first pair of hearing aids, it’s time to turn the idea into action and take responsibility for your hearing safety. A recent study found that hearing aids keep you happy, healthy, and prosperous. Indeed, they can improve your standard of living more than you might ever think. New evidence According to a …

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Benefits of Hearing Aids

In Hearing Aids, Research by Dr. Randi Davis Yontz

Have you wondered if hearing aids could be right for you? If so, you are in good company. The Hearing Loss Association of America (HLAA) gives a recent estimate of 48 million people in the U.S. living with hearing loss, the third most common health condition behind arthritis and heart disease. Popular culture and media might lead you to believe …

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Sensitivity to Sound as We Age

In Hearing Aids, Hearing Health, Hearing Loss by Dr. Randi Davis Yontz

Hearing loss is prevalent in people of all ages, from older adults, teenagers, teens to even children. Hearing loss, however, varies from person to person depending on their ear age, and scientists have been researching how our sensitivity to sound changes as we grow older. Younger and older adults have very different reactions to sound, which is why a noisy environment can be …

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September is World Alzheimer’s Month

In Dementia & Alzheimer's by Dr. Randi Davis Yontz

September is the month in which we recognize Alzheimer’s and its effects on our population. This month is dedicated to information, education, and awareness of the most prevalent form of dementia that affects an estimated 70 percent of dementia cases. 10 million new cases of dementia are reported every year and there are 50 million cases total based on estimates …

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Coming to Terms with Your Hearing Loss 

In Hearing Loss by Dr. Randi Davis Yontz

Have you recently noticed changes or issues with your hearing? The idea of living with hearing loss certainly isn’t fun, but confronting hearing issues when they arise is a key component to limiting the impact hearing loss can make on your life. In America, the mindset often presides that hearing loss isn’t a big deal and that the first indications …

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May is Better Hearing and Speech Month!

In Communication, Hearing Health, Hearing Loss, Hearing Loss Treatment, Mental Health, News, Research by Dr. Randi Davis Yontz

May is the month designated by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) to promote the attention to the continual nurturing, protection and sustenance of our hearing from birth to our later years. Better Hearing and Speech Month is honored with a theme every year, and this May 2019, the theme is “Communication Across the Lifespan.” The main goal of Better Hearing …