04
JAN
Posted on Wednesday, January 04, 2012

According to Science Based Health, “Loss of hearing is the most common sensory disorder in the US, affecting more than 36 million people.” It turns out, maybe not surprisingly, that what we eat can have long-term consequences for our hearing. An Australian study reported on in the Journal of Nutrition, has shown that diets high in sugar and carbohydrates detrimentally impacts hearing.

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02
JAN
Posted on Monday, January 02, 2012

There are many ways to support and maintain healthy hearing--protecting ears from noise pollution, turning down the music, and getting a regular checkup from an audiologist, but nutrition also plays a key part in hearing preservation. Studies confirm that hearing loss and poor nutrition go hand and hand. An Australian study reported on in the Journal of Nutrition, has shown that diets high in sugar and carbohydrates detrimentally impacts hearing. A similar study showed that diets high in cholesterol also contribute to hearing loss normally associated with aging. Cutting out sugary and cholesterol rich foods would be a good start to a hearing fitness plan, but good hearing nutrition doesn’t only take into account what a diet includes, but also what is lacking.

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30
DEC
Posted on Friday, December 30, 2011
Little girl in cowboy hat. Children are sensitive to a parent's hearing loss.

The People Hearing Better blog is proud to share inspiring stories about how hearing aids have helped people reconnect with their families, friends, and the world around them, and there is something truly special about a story of corrected hearing loss that involves a child. It’s hard to top the unqualified joy of a child who can suddenly hear a friend's whisper, their parent’s voice, cars zooming by, and the slam of a bat hitting a ball. Yvette Pinfield’s mother had this experience as a child when she received her first hearing aids.

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