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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.
- The Causes of Acquired Hearing Loss July 30, 2022If you have hearing loss its most likely sensorineural hearing loss, which accounts for 90% of all cases. Even so it’s important to understand the different types. Understanding how and why you got your hearing loss can help you prevent more damage to your ears in the future. Three types of Hearing Loss The three […]Dr. Ross Cushing
- A Link Between Hearing Loss & Dementia July 12, 2022Are you finding you are having trouble remembering small more details more and more often? It’s normal to be forgetful every now and then. It’s something which occurs normally anyone no matter their age. However, if this is happening regularly it could signal the early stages of dementia. Dementia is a neurodegenerative disease which is […]Dr. Ross Cushing
- The Connection Between Cognitive Decline & Hearing Loss June 15, 2022Hearing loss can impact one’s overall health in a myriad of ways. Over 48 million people live with some degree of hearing loss. In addition to straining communication, hearing loss affects relationships, social life, as well as health, and wellness. Extensive research shows that hearing loss increases the risk of cognitive decline and the development […]Dr. Ross Cushing
- Research projects – your input requested August 1, 2022We’ve received several requests for participation in research projects which relate to hearing loss. Keara Mangan, a postgraduate student at the Glasgow School of Art, is researching workplace accessibility and inclusion for Deaf and hard of hearing individuals in animation and media industries. Keara is asking individuals who identify as deaf or hard-of-hearing, media professionals […]Neil Matthews
- Training to be a lipreading tutor August 1, 2022By Helen Hollings By the time I was 20 years old I was using two hearing aids due to a decline in my hearing, having been born deaf with a severe hearing loss in my left ear. I have always enjoyed sport, running and swam at the World Deaf Games in 1997 in Denmark. I then had […]Neil Matthews
- Fun in Falkirk! July 29, 2022Celebrations are being held all over the country to mark the 40th anniversary of Hearing Dogs for Deaf People. This included a get-together at the Inhere MacDonald hotel in Falkirk. Everyone enjoyed the day and agreed that it was good to catch up after such a long time. Thanks to Gemma Shaw-Dunn and Gaynor Cavanagh […]Neil Matthews
- Exercise, Diet, Sleep, and Hearing Can Affect Your Brain’s Aging Process July 30, 2022How much do you know about the health of your brain? Your brain ages slowly over time, just like every other body part. But there are a few things that can speed up the aging ... Read More The post Exercise, Diet, Sleep, and Hearing Can Affect Your Brain’s Aging Process appeared first on My […]My Hearing Centers
- Ways to Protect Your Hearing July 24, 2022You’ve heard it a thousand times but it bears repeating: Prevention is better than the cure when it comes to health. People can live longer and healthier lives by taking care of their health. People ... Read More The post Ways to Protect Your Hearing appeared first on My Hearing Centers.My Hearing Centers
- Age-Related Hearing Loss is Often Undertreated July 17, 2022Hearing loss can be a strain, not just for the person who can’t hear but also for their friends and family. Hearing loss affects all your relationships, from the once-a-week friends you see at the ... Read More The post Age-Related Hearing Loss is Often Undertreated appeared first on My Hearing Centers.My Hearing Centers
- When Hearing Technology Is Only Half the Battle August 9, 2022Hearing technology can be life changing for people with hearing loss. But in order for it to have the greatest impact, it must not only be easy to use, it must be easy to integrate into a variety of technology set-ups. In this article for HHTM, I share the frustration of trying to get a Continue […]Shari Eberts
- “We Hear You” & Google Celebrate Disability Pride July 26, 2022July is Disability Pride Month and “We Hear You” was happy to celebrate. Thank you to Google Accessibility, Google’s Disability Alliance and Dimitri Kanevsky for inviting us to screen “We Hear You” at Google and for hosting a post-viewing discussion. It was a terrific conversation that raised awareness about the needs of people with hearing Continue […]Shari Eberts
- Disclosing Your Hearing Loss At Work in Three Simple Steps July 19, 2022Managing hearing loss in the workplace is not always easy. It takes confidence, which can be elusive for many people, especially in the early days of hearing loss. It certainly was for me. At HLAA’s Convention 2022, I spoke on a panel entitled: Hearing Loss, Workplace Inclusion and Career Success. There are many topics related Continue […]Shari Eberts
- Is Tinnitus Caused by Earwax a Real Thing? May 27, 2022Earwax is a natural secretion found in the ear with an important function. Earwax, also known as cerumen, keeps the ear canal lubricated — protecting the inner ear from dirt and bacteria. In turn, this helps prevent ear infections. Sometimes, too much earwax can build up in the ear. There are a several reasons why... […]Ninja
- What Is the Best Way to Remove Earwax Safely? May 13, 2022Earwax might seem a little gross, but it’s essential to your ear’s function. Earwax is a natural cleanser that picks up dead skin cells, dirt and hair — protecting the ear canal from harmful debris. Studies have shown that earwax possesses antibacterial and antifungal properties, all the more reason to leave it alone. But, excessive... […]Ninja
- How to Clean Your Ears Without Using Cotton Buds April 22, 2022The 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... […]Ninja
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