Things You Can Do Today To Prevent Hearing Loss

August 12th, 2013 by admin

Taking steps to protect your ears and prevent hearing loss may not be a concern that you can afford to ignore. By avoiding noise levels and environments that may pose too great a risk to your hearing, and employing protective equipment to keep your ears safer from harm, it may be possible to greatly reduce the chances of suffering from hearing loss later in life. Ensuring that you know enough to enjoy greater success from your efforts to protect and preserve your hearing can be an important initial step, one that will ensure you are able to Read the rest of this entry »

The 5 Best Hearing Loss Treatments Available In 2013

August 8th, 2013 by admin

A loss of hearing can be a devastating event that impacts the entire family. Fortunately, there are available treatments that can enhance the hearing of the impaired person. Here are the best hearing loss treatments in 2013.

Surgery is often recommended to correct problems within the ear. If the bones of the middle ear are able to be repaired through surgery, then the individual will regain a significant percentage of their hearing loss.

Due to the fact that a bacteria infection is a common cause of hearing problems, Read the rest of this entry »

Important Things You Need To Know About Hearing Loss

August 4th, 2013 by admin

The ability to hear is one of the basic senses of human beings. Yet, most people take for granted this precious and important natural ability. Hearing loss is a natural occurrence that comes with aging. However, today’s generation of younger people is more at risk at developing hearing loss at an early age. There are many devices and machines out there today that can create really loud noises that cause damage to the ears. People need to understand the various decibel levels that are used to Read the rest of this entry »

A Basic Overview Of The Anatomy Of Human Ears

August 1st, 2013 by admin

The human ear has an outer, middle and inner section.

The outer ear is also called the pinna. Its parts are the auricle, which is the curved part attached to the side of the head and the external auditory canal. The auricle lets the ear collect sound waves and funnels them into the external auditory canal.

The middle ear is also called the tympanic cavity and looks like a six-sided box. The ear drum or the tympanic membrane is a thin sheet of issue that’s about Read the rest of this entry »

Ways To Clean Your Ears Without Damaging The Drums

July 30th, 2013 by admin

Cleaning your ears is important to do on a daily basis, but you should also take caution and know how to safely clean them so you don’t damage the ear drums. Removing ear wax can help you hear better and prevent infections. Cleaning your ears should be done with care and can safely be accomplished several ways.

Most people use a Q-tip or cotton swab to clean their ears. While this is a good method for cleaning the outside of the ears, be cautious Read the rest of this entry »