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For most of us, our health is important. We go to the eye doctor, the dentist, a regular physician for yearly check ups. Some of us even go to the gym, play golf, or even tennis. While this paints the picture of a healthy average american, there’s one thing missing-hearing health.   Hearing loss should not be something we leave

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While hearing loss is not uncommon, it is something that takes a huge toll on someone’s life. With over 35 million Americans suffering from hearing loss, it’s becoming more and more important to learn how to support these members of our communities.   For an individual experiencing hearing loss, it can bring on a wide range of emotions that are

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Symptoms and Causes of Hearing Loss Age related hearing loss is common. Approximately 35 million Americans over the age of 60 experience hearing loss. There are three types of hearing loss: Conductive (involves outer or middle ear) Sensorineural (involves inner ear) Mixed (combination of the two)   While exposure to loud noises and age have a huge effect on hearing

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At Texan Renew Hearing Center, our specialists are well-versed in hearing testing, hearing aid evaluations, fittings and repairs. We understand that hearing loss can happen for a number of different reasons, and one of the most common questions we get is “can my hearing improve over time?” It depends on the type of hearing loss There are several different types

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Hearing Loss and Dementia While many people assume that the only consequence to untreated hearing loss is persistent or total loss of hearing, the truth is that there are many more we should be aware of. If hearing loss is left untreated, it can lead to significant damage to the brain, decrease social engagement, and cause serious health issues. One

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Have you ever wondered why there is a correlation between aging and hearing loss? How is it that around 35 million Americans experience hearing loss? Let’s take a dive into what actually happens to our bodies as we age.   Who is Experiencing Age-Related Hearing Loss             We’re all familiar that as we age, our bodies start to change. One

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    Have you ever wondered what the secret was to living to be over one hundred? Looking at research we’ve learned that genes account for only 25% of life expectancy. While most people attribute their long life to diet and exercise, research shows that it plays a much smaller role in comparison to face-to-face social interaction. It’s no wonder that

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The first couple of weeks with your hearing aids will involve several adjustments, from getting used to hearing all those small sounds again to learning how to care for and maintain your devices. However, once you get comfortable, you’ll find that it’s a liberating experience to be able to hear well once again. In order to keep your hearing aids

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When you’re looking for hearing aids to treat your hearing loss, it’s important to select devices that accommodate your lifestyle. Whether you enjoy frequent workout sessions and need hearing aids that fit securely or are looking for something that connects you to the technology around you, it’s important to weigh the pros and cons when narrowing down your options. Learn

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If you’ve ever wanted to clean your ears then you’ve likely done a bit of research on the internet. However, there’s a lot of information that tells you to leave your ears alone because they naturally clean themselves. Unfortunately, our ears don’t always account for the sweat, grime and dirt buildup that can fluctuate depending on what we’ve been doing

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