The ability to hear relies on more than just our ears. Our brain actually does a lot of the work. This is why if you have had untreated hearing loss for a while, and start using hearing aids, you may be surprised that things aren’t instantly as perfect as you had hoped. Fortunately, there areRead Full Article
Sudden Onset Hearing Loss or sudden deafness is a type of sensorineural hearing loss (SSNHL), that usually occurs in one ear, but can occur in both. Symptoms can come on quite dramatically within a few hours, or more subtly over 3 days. If you suddenly lose most or all of your hearing, get in touchRead Full Article
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