Hearing Health Blog
If you speak to an audiologist about hearing protection then they might recommend that you seek a custom-made solution instead of buying off-the-shelf disposables. In fact, your audiologist might suggest taking a mould of your ear to ensure that you get the perfect fit, but that’s not where the advantages of custom ear protection end. In this article, we’ll discuss
We wear sunscreen to protect our skin, brush our teeth to keep them healthy and wear sunglasses to keep our eyes healthy from the sun. What about our ears? Ears are also highly susceptible to damage, if not taken care of properly . The key to keeping your hearing health is limiting the amount of loud sound you’re exposed to.
It’s almost impossible to avoid noisy situations. In many cases, we can anticipate our exposure to loud noises and take steps to protect our hearing . But sometimes even a short, quick burst of noise can damage our hearing. How can we reduce our exposure to dangerous noise? Here are three facts about ear protection. Ear protection reduces the volume
Following safe work practices to protect yourself from physical injuries is important, but have you ever considered whether you’re practicing workplace safety for your hearing? The Hearing Health Foundation estimates that 30 million Americans are exposed to damaging noise levels at work on a regular basis. In recent years, audiologists have worked hard to educate the public about the impact
Most hearing loss is caused by damage to the hair cells in the cochlea. This damage is caused by exposure to excessive noise. It is permanent. That’s why it is important to protect your ears from loud noise or lengthy exposure to noise . Here are five ways. iPod safety Once upon a time, the biggest danger to hearing loss