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Ear infections can result in hearing loss. Infection causes the ear canal to swell, which blocks or muffles the sound. Sometimes the condition is temporary. Other times the damage is irreversible.
Summer is officially here! This means we are swimming in a pool, the ocean, or lakes. The more time we spend swimming, the more likely we are to get swimmer’s ear. Swimmer’s ear is an infection, inflammation, or a pain in the ear, most likely caused by water trapped in the ear canal.
Sinusitis is an infection in some part of the sinuses. A few of the symptoms include sore throat, fever, pain and pressure, and a stuffed nasal passage. As if these symptoms are not bothersome enough, some people also experience hearing loss.
Good communication skills are essential in office settings. However, a busy office environment can be difficult for someone who suffers from hearing loss. He or she may have difficulty communicating with colleagues or hearing at meetings, but this doesn’t have to harm a person’s career.
Hearing loss is difficult on the person affected as well as that person’s friends and family. If you or someone you love suffers from hearing loss, it’s important to educate yourself. There are many different levels and severities of hearing loss...
If someone you love suffers from hearing loss, you know how difficult it can be on all parties involved. Here are three things you should remember when communicating with someone suffering from hearing loss:
Valentine’s Day means love is in the air and couples are taking the opportunity to enjoy a romantic evening with each other. Restaurants are super busy and clothing stores advertise the best new outfits to make an impression. Business is booming while the affection is blooming! It’s a great opportunity to show your significant other how much you care.
Did you find yourself asking your family to repeat themselves over the holidays? Did the parties sound more like faint noise than fun? You don’t have to settle for less-than-stellar hearing. There are options for people who are tired of saying, “What was that?”