The holidays are a time to enjoy the company of family, friends, and coworkers. Many gatherings include a lot of people at parties hosted in houses, restaurants, and banquet halls. This can trigger stress for people with hearing loss because of the difficulty hearing conversations, and can also cause people to struggle communicating during social engagements.
Do you wear hearing aids & plan to travel a lot this holiday season? The holiday season is one of the busiest times for travel. Visiting family or friends far away is a top priority so you can spend time with loved ones for the holidays. Unfortunately, traveling does come with some risks for people with hearing issues, but there are things you can do to minimize your exposure.
More than five million Americans suffer from Alzheimer’s. It’s a devastating and heartbreaking disease. Those who have watched a family member or friend lose them selves to it know this all to well. Learn about the symptoms and the connection between Alzheimers and hearing loss in this blog post.
Tinnitus plagues millions of Americans daily. Also known a Meniere’s disease, it is a disorder of the inner ear that causes a constant high-pitched ringing that doesn’t ever go away. While there is no cure for it. there are lots of stories like this one where individuals have found relief. Read more to learn more about one man’s journey to tinnitus relief!
On the cutting edge of hearing care technology, Sound Hearing Care is the Upstate’s foremost provider of hearing care. Whether you struggle with day-to-day communication, need a hearing evaluation, are looking for upgraded digital hearing technology, or wrestle with tinnitus, come see Jennifer Waddell and Sound Hearing Care.
Is your child currently performing poorly at school? When poor school performance is mentioned it is often linked with behavioral issues or learning disabilities, such as ADD and ADHD. Children who have even a slight loss of hearing are at risk of falling behind by one to four grade levels when compared to their peers that have no hearing loss. Learn more about how hearing loss can affect your child’s performance at school.