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TMJ and Ear Pain

TMJ and Ear Pain

How Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ) and Ear Pain Are Related Most individuals who feel ear pain assume that the ear discomfort is caused by an ear infection. Surprisingly, many times ear discomfort can be caused by a disorder of TMJ which can cause a range of problems...
Heart Failure Patients at Risk

Heart Failure Patients at Risk

Patients with heart failure are at risk for decreased physical function. In a study published in May 2020 using data from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey*, researchers discovered hearing loss has a big role in physical function when it comes to...
Valentine’s Day Communication Tips

Valentine’s Day Communication Tips

When you take the step of treating your hearing loss with hearing aids, you are showing the ones you love how important they are to you. Your hearing aids show your loved ones that you don’t want to miss out on hearing what they have to say. Whether you wear hearing...
Tinnitus Resolution

Tinnitus Resolution

New Year’s Resolution for Tinnitus Sufferers.   The unprecedented events of this year created stress, anxiety, fear, poor sleep and fatigue.  These are not the building blocks for overall well-being.  For individuals suffering from tinnitus, these factors can...
Affecting Relationships

Affecting Relationships

Your hearing loss can affect your relationship. The old saying “Communication is key to a successful relationship” is true. Good communication with your spouse or partner helps bring you two closer together and also aids in resolving conflicts. But with an untreated...
Why Two Hearing Aids Are Better Than One

Why Two Hearing Aids Are Better Than One

You are driving down a country road. At night, with your headlights on, you can see what’s down the road a bit and what is off to the side of your vehicle. As you’re driving along, your left headlight goes out. You can still see what’s directly in front of your...
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