Hearing Health Blog
Selective Hearing or Hearing Loss? Remember years ago when you were a teenager? Those were difficult years. Your body was changing, there was more pressure to do well in school to prepare for college, and lets not forget the big one...the need to fit in. Now you have a teenager of your own, and you most probably hear the three
‘Tis the Season of Sounds The sounds of the holidays: Christmas bells ringing (“Teacher says,”Every time a bell rings, an angel gets his wings.””) Gleeful children running around laughing while they play with their new toys Wrapping paper crinkling Crackling sparks in the fireplace Carolers singing in the town square Frosty the Snowman exclaiming, “Happy Birthday!” Don’t all those sounds
Help! I Can’t Hear My Favorite Show Does this sound like something that has repeatedly come out of your mouth while watching tv and not being in control of the remote, “Can you please turn it up?”? Now tell me this, has your spouse ever replied, “Seriously? You can’t hear it?” If so, you may want, make that need, to
Attention All Pastors, Priests & Rabbis Attention all priests, pastors, rabbis, etc. You know how you stand up on the pulpit Sunday after Sunday, preaching the good word to all believers? Sometimes you have to speak over the sounds of the choir or perhaps the handbells, and it may be difficult. Well, did you know there is a product that
Nashville Audiologist Highly Praised Q. Whether you are searching for a babysitter for your toddler, a math tutor for your high schooler, or even an electrician to fix a few outlets, what’s the first thing you do? A. You check around for references. So doesn’t it make sense that if you were having hearing problems, you would too? Sure does.