Hearing plays a big role with how we communicate and interact with others. So when our hearing is diminished, it can affect many different aspects of our life.
The early signs of hearing loss can be so subtle, that sometimes the person with the hearing loss doesn’t even realise there have been changes in their life.
On average, it’s been estimated that people who have hearing loss often wait years before they seek help.
Hearing loss is often referred...
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In the last few years, there have been a number of researches that suggest that hearing loss may be linked to dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.
So when managing your own health, or the health of a loved one, it’s important to take note of any hearing loss that may be developing.
Approximately 3.5 million people in Australia have significant hearing loss, so it is vital to manage this condition to prevent the onset of other health issues, as well...
As people get older, their ability to use their senses - sight, smell, taste, hearing and touch - can decrease. One particularly frustrating sense to lose is a person’s hearing.
It can be difficult to notice that a person is losing their hearing as it can go quite slowly and gradually. People around them - friends and family - may find that they need to repeat themselves, or that what they say may get ignored.
For older people with hearing...