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Types of Hearing Loss Explained

If you are still wondering whether you actually have a Hearing Loss or you are unable to hear properly because of the noisy surroundings, or is it simply due to someone speaking very softly. Read on to find out.
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Want to Improve Your Hearing? Here are some Simple Ear Health...

Most of us are aware that loud noise or sound causes discomfort, how many of us know that loud noise or sound is one of the major Hearing Loss cause? Ear Health is one of the most neglected areas in our understanding of Healthy Living.
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Tips for Earwax Removal at Home

Earwax or Cerumen is a yellowish substance which is excreted in the ear. Every one of us is familiar with earwax and think we know how to remove earwax at home, but are we using the right method for earwax removal at home?
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How Does My Ear Work?

Hearing is one of the five senses the humans depend on for everyday work and enjoyment. The organ of hearing is the ear, this organ is responsible for sensing, collecting and processing sound signals.
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Medicines to Cure Hearing Loss?

With so many Companies working on Hair cell regeneration, it’s a matter of time that one can pop a pill or take an injection to start the process of hair cell regrowth and not be totally dependent on Hearing aids and Cochlear Implants.
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Can cold weather affect your Hearing?

It may sound strange but people with a hearing loss or the users of hearing aids might face certain difficulties, let’s find out how winter or cold weather affects our hearing.
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Can Alcohol Affect my Hearing?

Most regular drinkers are aware that alcohol causes liver damage, high blood pressure, and weight gain but they may not be aware of the connection between drinking and Hearing loss. read to find out
You can Also Detect hearing Loss

You can also detect hearing loss!

If you are over 50 or even in your early 40’s and are regularly exposed to loud sounds, it is advisable to check if you are heading towards Hearing loss, the earlier you find out the faster you can seek advice and the appropriate remedy.