Noise that wakes you up is bad, but so is noise you're exposed to while you're sleeping, which can disrupt vital sleep patterns. This is the case even if you have hearing loss. Here's how to get better rest and protect your hearing.
Tinnitus, or ringing in the ears, is incredibly common among musicians. Yet many don't discuss, for fear of job repercussions. Learn why it happens and how to get help.
We explain some of the most common reasons why your ears feel clogged and why it’s important to have your hearing evaluated by a professional when they do.
Learn about what happens to your ears during air travel and what you can do to prevent pain, discomfort and temporary hearing loss.
Love music and wear hearing aids? Whether you're a musician or a music lover, here's how to optimize your music experience when wearing hearing aids.
Hyperacusis is defined as an abnormal sensitivity to sounds resulting in pain or discomfort. You may also experience tinnitus and a fluttering sensation in your ears.
Small button batteries successfully power your hearing aids; however, they can cause serious injury to people and pets if not handled properly.
Here's what you need to know about rights for people with hearing loss, including as an employee, parent or consumer under the Americans with Disabilities Act, or ADA.
Social distancing, face masks and other changes from the COVID-19 pandemic make communication harder for all of us. This is especially true for people with hearing loss. What can you do?
Does the coronavirus cause hearing loss or tinnitus? Learn about what experts have found so far on the relationship between COVID-19 and hearing problems.
Even if you aren't ready for hearing aids, mild hearing loss can impose surprising difficulties in everyday life that shouldn't be underestimated. Here's how to cope and take the next steps.
Springtime brings barometric pressure changes, seasonal allergies and wet weather—all of which can impact people who wear hearing aids.
The latest hearing loss and hearing aid facts and statistics among hearing impaired Americans, including kids, older adults, veterans and more.
Struggling to hear is an anxiety-inducing experience, since it can make you feel vulnerable. So can coming to terms with hearing loss and wearing hearing aids. Fortunately, if your hearing loss is making you anxious, treatment can help.
Itchy ears can be annoying but they shouldn’t prevent you from wearing your hearing devices as prescribed.
If your hearing is damaged on the job, you may be entitled for workers' compensation to help cover the cost of hearing aids and other treatments.
As easy as playing a game on your smartphone or tablet, auditory training helps you improve your hearing skills by honing "brain hearing" skills such as auditory processing speed and working memory.
Medical professionals with hearing loss often struggle with stethoscope use. Fortunately, there are devices and modifications to make it easier to hear, such as amplified stethoscopes.
Curious about dietary supplements for tinnitus? If you have persistent ringing in the ears, it's natural that you'd be on the hunt for anything that helps. But it's buyer beware.
There’s a whole new way to communicate with an audiologist: by video. Known as telehealth audiology, it's growing in popularity for rural or housebound patients.
If you experience sudden hearing loss, get help fast to improve your chances of regaining your hearing.
If you're nearing your "menopausal" years, you may be wondering if natural hormonal changes -- or hormonal therapy -- will have any affect on your hearing. It's an emerging area of research with some surprising results, it turns out.
Premium hearing aids use artificial intelligence like machine learning and deep neural networks to help process sound. Learn why this is a significant improvement for people with hearing loss.
Did you know there's a wealth of hearing training apps, software and programs to exercise your ears and improve your hearing health? We've compiled some of our top picks.