Tag: Hearing Loss

Age Related Hearing Loss

What is Age Related Hearing Loss?

There is no cure for age-related hearing loss. The damage is permanent and therefore treatment is focused on improving everyday function while preventing further damage.

Age Related Hearing LossHearing loss is not one of those health problems that jump into your mind when you think about the challenges of being middle aged.  Hearing loss is an issue that we tend to ignore until one day it suddenly occurs to your family or yourself that every time they talk to you, your response is, “Huh?” or, “Excuse me?” Read more

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Age Related Hearing Loss Can Be Managed

Hearing Loss Is An Isolating Disability

Age Related Hearing Loss

Hearing loss is often a misunderstood condition clouded in misconception and incomplete information. When it is due to aging, it is rarely a condition that leads to complete deafness and can be managed successfully to reduce its effect on quality of life.

According to official figures (source: The MarkeTrak VIII survey), over 35 million Americans are believed to display the symptoms of hearing loss and the biggest group are the over 65.  As modern healthcare improves and the elderly population is expected to live longer, the numbers of Americans with hearing loss is projected to increase to 40 million by 2025 and 53 million by 2050. Read more

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Wireless Headphones for Television

Wireless headphones for television listening can make a significant difference to those who suffer from age related hearing loss, or presbycusis, which is the slow loss of hearing that occurs as people get older.

Wireless headphones have improved in quality and price as technology advances and the variety of styles and capability make it easy to choose a set of headphones to meet most needs.

Imagine sitting through an entire television program without being able to hear what the actors are saying. That sounds a bit foolish, don’t you think? And yet some of us who don’t want to admit we have significant hearing loss do just that when we’re not alone. Read more

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