Hearing Loss & Dementia

Hearing Loss & Dementia

Hearing loss patients in Katy and throughout Texas confront many challenges in their daily lives. Some, such as difficulty communicating, are obvious; others, however, are easily overlooked. October is National Audiology Awareness Month, an opportunity for your hearing aid doctor to spread awareness about the many complications associated with hearing loss – including its association
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Better Hearing & Speech Month

Better Hearing & Speech Month

Happy May! And happy Better Hearing & Speech Month. Last year, we posted a blog about this month-long movement to help raise awareness of hearing loss and speech problems as well as to promote the services we offer. Now we are looking at how you can help pass along the message and get the information
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Four Reasons You Should Invest in Your Hearing Health

Hearing loss is common – nearly 48 million people in Katy, Texas and around the country suffer from it. But only about 20 percent of those who could benefit from the use of a hearing aid actually use one. This could possibly be due to their cost, as hearing aids are not cheap. Your Katy
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February Newsletter

Inventory FLASH SALE We are making room for new stock. We’re offering for the first time, a BOGO sale with great pricing!! This includes NEW technology, iPhone compatible technology, as well as moderate to low technology to fit every need. Brands include Widex, Oticon, and ReSound. Hearing aids sold are on a first come, first
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Anyone Can Suffer from Hearing Loss

There are nearly 48 million people in Katy, Texas and throughout the country with hearing loss. Hearing loss is actually the third most common physical condition in the U.S, following only arthritis and heart disease. With these numbers it should come as no surprise that hearing loss can affect anyone, from your grandparents to the
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Hearing Loss Signs

Interpreting hearing signs around you When learning how to drive a car in Katy, Texas, you are given a driver’s manual to read. Within that book is a list of all the road signs you could ever encounter while driving. If you are suffering from hearing loss, wear a hearing aid or simply care about
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Helping after Harvey

Free Hearing Aid Checks and Repair Our hearts and prayers go out to our neighbors affected by the recent flood waters of Harvey and to all the helping hands offering their gifts to help rebuild.  Today’s Hearing is offering hearing healthcare services to help those in need. Together we will rebuild our communities! Free Hearing
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Types of Hearing Loss

Hearing loss is common; we mean really common. It is the third most prevalent physical condition in the country, behind only arthritis and heart disease. Conditions this common almost always have a number of potential causes. Three Types of Hearing Loss They are: Conductive Hearing Loss. Conductive hearing loss occurs when there are problems with
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High-Frequency Hearing Loss

What is High-Frequency Hearing Loss? I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but I am here to tell you that we all age. Besides the right to drive with your left blinker on through the streets of Katy, Texas, with age comes presbycusis. Known as age-related hearing loss, it is caused by the
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Are You Increasing Your Risk for Hearing Loss?

Many individuals assume hearing loss is a part of the aging process; however, age-related degeneration of the auditory system is only one of many factors that cause hearing loss. Risk Factors to Hearing Loss In fact, many cases of hearing loss are entirely preventable. By understanding the risk factors associated with hearing loss, you can
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