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Common Questions about Hearing Loss

If you’ve been struggling to hear, you may have a few questions about hearing loss. You may wonder what caused your hearing loss, if hearing aids are right for you, and if anyone else has had the same experience. At Hearing Aid Specialists of the Central Coast, we have all the answers to the common questions about hearing loss.   What Causes Hearing Loss? Hearing loss can be caused by aging, and this type of...
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How Treating Hearing Loss Improves Your Relationships

Hearing loss can be caused by a variety of biological factors, environmental issues, and lifestyle issues. There is no reason that hearing loss should get in the way of living your fullest, best life, however. Acknowledging your hearing loss and treating it can go a very long way in improving your physical and mental well-being—and will improve the relationships you have with friends, loved ones, and coworkers.   The Consequences of Untreated Hearing Loss Treating...
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Ways to Accommodate Your Loved Ones with Hearing Loss

If someone you know is experiencing hearing loss, they are likely going through many intense changes in all aspects of their life. When your family member is experiencing hearing loss, conversations can be difficult to follow, it can feel impossible to be in crowded spaces, and otherwise “simple” or normal activities such as watching TV or having a one-on-one conversation with a loved one can become difficult. Hearing loss can deeply impact their abilities to...
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November is National Alzheimer’s Awareness Month

Besides ringing in the holiday season, the month of November is “National Adopt A Senior Pet Month,” “National Peanut Butter Lover’s Month,” and “National Sweet Potato Awareness Month,” amongst others. While some monthlong observations of certain issues can seem somewhat light-hearted, there are others that are quite serious. November is also National Alzheimer’s Awareness Month and is meant to create awareness around the disease as the most common type of dementia that people can have....
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