Causes of Tinnitus

Do you spend your weekends going to sporting events or listening to live music?   The loudspeakers at these events can exceed 120 decibels. At that level, you can increase the risk of hearing loss and Tinnitus in less than a minute.  Tinnitus is the frequent ringing in the ears, and if you do experience it, you’re not alone – 50 million people in the United States are affected by it.

How To Prevent Tinnitus

A great way to deter the damages from the loud venues is to wear earplugs.  However, not all earplugs are created equal.  If your weekend hobbies include live music or sporting events, let us know.   Audiology & Hearing Aid Center can help you find the right ear protection to meet your needs to enjoy these events more safely.

We encourage everyone to get a baseline hearing assessment, whether you think you have hearing loss or not.  If you do find that you start to develop any hearing issues, you’ll have received information to help you identify it. With that information, you can be proactive with issues if/when they develop.

Schedule an appointment with the professionals at Audiology & Hearing Aid Center to learn more about your personal hearing health needs.

Living In A Noisy World

The world we live in is a noisy place.  It’s hard to get away from the sounds of car horns, emergency sirens, loud conversations at restaurants and activity in your own home.  When we struggle to hear, it affects how we communicate.  When communication is compromised, we miscommunicate.  With difficulty understanding, people tend to isolate themselves, which can lead to stress, anxiety, and depression.

How do you adapt to the sounds around you?

Hearing loss is the third most common health issue in America, with over one million people experiencing it in Arizona alone.  It is common, and many treatment options are available.  Statistics show many people wait seven years before finally talking to someone about their hearing challenges.

There is no quick fix for hearing loss. At Audiology & Hearing Aid Center, we provide you with information and technology to help you communicate and enjoy those around you.

We encourage everyone to get a baseline hearing exam, at least by the age of 50.  If you have a family history or are experiencing any issues now, getting the baseline done before any issues come up will provide a clearer to how your hearing changes over time.

Schedule an appointment with the understanding professionals at Audiology & Hearing Aid Center to learn more about your personal hearing health needs.