Hearing Health Blog
If your tinnitus makes you feel stressed and frustrated, the ReSound Tinnitus Relief app may provide some much needed care and relaxation. With it, you can escape into a world of soothing, calming sounds, meditate, and learn more about tinnitus in a simple to use format. Jana Emola-Austin, Doctor of Audiology, reports her Allison Audiology & Hearing Aid Centers in
When your message isn’t clear, frustration, stress, and embarrassment for the speaker and listener can occur. To keep your relationships strong and vibrant, below are several communication strategies. With these tips, everyone can communicate more effectively – hearing loss or not. Be Mindful of Distance Talking to someone who’s in a different room isn’t easy. Distance muddles up one’s speech.
Tinnitus is described as a ringing, buzzing, hissing, or static sound that is heard without any external noise. Approximately 25 to 50 million Americans have tinnitus. About 20% of those cases are considered clinically significant, meaning their tinnitus disrupts some aspect of their life. If you have tinnitus, remember you’re not alone. At Allison Audiology, various treatments are available to
We have recently received some phone calls from patients asking about ‘Lively’ and how we’re different. If you’re not familiar, Lively launched in late 2018 offering a select number of hearing aids online with remote support, competitive price and the option to finance the investment with 0% APR. With a large round of funding in 2019, their adverts and promotions
As it’s Hearing Health Awareness Month, the team wants to give you insights about how to begin your journey to better hearing. Although it can take years to feel comfortable about addressing an issue, the first step in the treatment process is always a comprehensive hearing test. While most people know what takes place at an eye exam, lots are