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Some blogs about hearing. 10 million people have hearing problems, ie 16% of the French population. For 5.4 million of these people, there are repercussions on daily life, i.e. 8.6% of the French population. After 50 years, one in three people have hearing difficulties, and more than one in two after 80 years. Hearing loss is measured in decibels by an average on both ears: Loss of 20 to 70 decibels: these are people who are hard of hearing. The deafness is then said to be "mild", from - 25 to - 40 decibels; "Medium", from - 40 to - 70 decibels; Loss greater than 70 decibels: these are deaf people. The number of cases then continues to increase with age, deafness affecting 6% of 15-24 year olds, 9% of 25-34 year olds, 18% of 35-44 year olds and over 65% of over 65s . You can learn to recognize all the noises you hear, whether weak or loud, and try to locate them. Reading aloud and practicing listening to a conversation with background noise can also help you develop your hearing. Participating in physical activity contributes to good blood circulation, which not only benefits your hearing but also your brain activity. Prefer a headset to headphones if you play sports to music and set the volume to the lowest. For your store or establishment, do not hesitate to contact our expert digital agency for all your digital needs: virtual tour, sponsored article, ... explore our digital services : virtual visit for showroom, 360 ° photo, panorama, virtual solution and ask for your free quote.

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  • Can hearing loss be restored? May 21, 2021
    The quick and frank answer to the question, “Can hearing loss be restored?” is no, once hearing is lost, you cannot restore it to how it was. But notice the “how it was” part of that answer. That’s because, while you can’t go back to the way you used to hear, you can still absolutely […]

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  • Understanding Noise-Induced Hearing Loss May 16, 2021
    Our hearing system evolved during the hundreds of thousands of years in which our world was much quieter. The past few hundreds of years — in the post-industrial revolution era — have turned up the volume significantly in our day to day activities. Certainly, no one is advocating to go back to a quieter time, […]

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  • Building Connections | May is Better Hearing and Speech Month May 14, 2021
    Hearing loss is one of the leading chronic health conditions affecting the country, yet only about 2 in 10 Americans have had their hearing tested in the last five years. To put that into perspective, around 60% of people have had their vision tested in that same time span.  The implications of untreated hearing loss […]

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  • Free lipreading taster course in Edinburgh May 13, 2022
    A free lipreading taster course starts this coming Monday, 16 May, in Edinburgh The post Free lipreading taster course in Edinburgh appeared first on Hearing Link Services.

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  • Rose on CBeebies! May 6, 2022
    Rose Ayling-Ellis, the actor and Strictly champion, is to use British Sign Language to read a CBeebies bedtime story. The post Rose on CBeebies! appeared first on Hearing Link Services.

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  • Linda’s Camino diary April 28, 2022
    We reported last month that Hearing Link Volunteer Linda Ray is walking the Camino de Santiago to raise funds for our charity.  She is now well on her way, having walked 102.5 km already. Here are some extracts from Linda’s Camino Diary The post Linda’s Camino diary appeared first on Hearing Link Services.

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  • Connecting People | May is Better Hearing and Speech Month! April 29, 2022
    May is one of our favorite months – it is officially Better Hearing and Speech Month! Established by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA), this awareness month helps promote public health education and access. This year’s ... Read More The post Connecting People | May is Better Hearing and Speech Month! appeared first on My Hearing […]

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  • Adjusting to New Hearing Aids April 22, 2022
    Have you just been fitted for new hearing aids? Welcome to a whole new world of clear sounds! Whether you are new to hearing aids or you’ve just upgraded to a new pair, there is ... Read More The post Adjusting to New Hearing Aids appeared first on My Hearing Centers.

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  • Questions to Ask During a Hearing Consultation & Fitting April 17, 2022
    Have you decided to do the right thing for your hearing health and schedule a hearing test? That’s fantastic! If you’ve admitted that your hearing isn’t as sharp as it once was and are ready ... Read More The post Questions to Ask During a Hearing Consultation & Fitting appeared first on My Hearing Centers.

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  • Hearing Loss: An Acrostic Poem May 10, 2022
    In honor of Better Hearing & Speech Month (every year in May), I share my latest ode to hearing loss in the form of an acrostic poem. What’s an acrostic poem, you ask? My children explained it to me. An acrostic poem is a poem where the first letters of each line spell out a Continue […]

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  • It’s Launch Day for ‘Hear & Beyond’! May 3, 2022
    After two years of writing and designing and marketing, our book baby is born! Hear & Beyond: Live Skillfully with Hearing Loss launches today in book stores and online. A big thank you to everyone who supported us on this journey—especially those of you who pre-ordered the book. Join the Celebration We have a full Continue […]

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  • Hearing Loss in the Hospital is Hell April 26, 2022
    “My son is not reacting well to the pain medication. What are some other options?” I asked the pain team doctors on their daily visit to my son’s hospital room during his recent stay. “Mumble, mumble, switch to mumble mumble.” “Can you please speak louder and slower? Remember, it is hard for me to hear Continue […]

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  • How to Clean Your Ears Without Using Cotton Buds April 22, 2022
    The body produces earwax, also known as cerumen, to collect and trap dirt and bacteria in your ear. As a self-cleaning agent, removing earwax from your ear isn’t necessary. Inserting a cotton swab or any other object into your ear risks damaging the eardrum or ear canal.  Cerumen is beneficial for several reasons: It traps... […]

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  • 6 Early Signs of Hearing Loss to Be Aware Of April 15, 2022
    Our health becomes a little more complicated as we get older. Changes are gradual, like differences in physical appearance down to eyesight and hearing loss. These changes rarely happen overnight, and the beginnings of an age-related hearing problem can be subtle.  Early Symptoms of Hearing Loss It’s important to pay attention to the early signs... […]

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  • 5 Factors that Cause Hearing Loss in One Ear April 8, 2022
    As we get older, hearing loss becomes an increasing problem. It occurs gradually as you age and is known as presbycusis. Over 11 million people are affected by hearing loss in the UK, making it a common issue, especially amongst the older population.  Loss of hearing is categorised into three types: Conductive(outer or middle ear)... […]

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