Activities to Help Improve Your Hearing

Worried about your hearing loss worsening? Not sure if you’re experiencing hearing loss? Here are a few types of exercises you can do to help boost your hearing abilities.

The brain plays a major...

In last month’s issue, we covered the onset of misophonia, which literally means “hatred of sound”. People with misophonia have specific symptoms and triggers, and are sensitive to only certain sounds, and are occasionally sensitive t...

You can lose your hearing for lots of reasons: age, genetics — and all those blaring rock concerts you attended in your youth. More than 26.7 million Americans 50 years of age or older now have trouble hearing. For many people, audito...

The act of listening is not the same as hearing. When someone is communicating with you, they want to feel like they’re talking to you, rather than at you, and that can only be done with a set of good listening skills and an understan...

If you feel disgusted to the point of rage when you hear the sound of chewing, swallowing, breathing, throat-clearing and other common “people” noises, you’re not alone. You’re also not crazy. Misophonia is a sound sensitivity disorde...

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