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Did you know that what you eat can have a significant impact on your hearing? Believe it or not, the foods that you consume on a regular basis can help keep your hearing healthy and strong. This article will discuss five of the best foods for better hearing. It will also provide some tips on how to incorporate these foods

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Many studies show that supporting your hearing has a significant impact on your general well-being. Your ears not only help you pick up sounds, but they also play an essential role in helping you understand and communicate complex thoughts, ideas and jokes daily. Besides, a better hearing ability will help improve your quality of life; it helps your career and

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The ability to hear is a complex process, with small hairs in the ears carrying sounds through the auditory system to be processed by the brain. As you experience hearing loss, your brain can experience atrophy due to lack of consistent auditory stimulation, creating issues with cognitive abilities. The connection between cognitive decline and untreated hearing loss is complicated, but

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If you suspect that you could be experiencing problems with your hearing, it is advisable to book a hearing test as soon as possible. If hearing issues are left, they can get worse and worse. This means you could suffer a much greater level of hearing loss, and this can impact you for the rest of your life. This is

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When you schedule your appointment to see an audiologist, you may have many questions, like what happens to test your hearing when you visit them? Visiting an audiologist is an essential path to getting your hearing problem diagnosed. But for those people that are wondering what happens when you see an audiologist, here are the most common hearing tests performed,

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Tinnitus is one of the most common hearing-related problems that we help our patients with at Davis Audiology. Our audiologists are well-versed in what tinnitus is, how it can be treated and also the causes of tinnitus. Tinnitus is usually described as a subjective sound. This is because you’re the only person that can hear it and people describe it

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