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Study on Dreams in People with Hearing Impairments

Do you remember your dreams? Some people can recall the vivid places they travel to and the places their subconscious leads them. Meanwhile, some people wake up in the morning with no recollection of the places they’ve been while they were in the dream world. Nonetheless, whether you remember your dreams or not, everyone dreams. It’s important for your brain’s health.  There are four stages of sleep that the brain enters multiple times in a...
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Can You Hear While Sleeping?

We commonly think of sleep as a time where the brain and body shut down and does not receive or process information from the external environment. But the brain is actually more active during sleep than we think. Throughout the duration of sleep, we move through several sleep cycles which include different stages and in some of these stages, the brain is more active and is able to hear and process sound – even though...
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Supporting a Loved One with Hearing Loss

If you have a loved one with hearing loss, you might wonder if there’s anything you can really do to help. The experience of hearing loss is intensely personal, working on the physical, mental, emotional, and social levels of our lives in ways that only the individual can fully understand. Although you might sometimes feel at a loss for how you can help your loved one, there are practical steps you can take to make...
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Signs You May Have Tinnitus

Have you heard a faint buzzing or ringing in your ears? That sound might be tinnitus. Tinnitus can’t be cured, but there are several treatment options that will make your tinnitus manageable, and let you leave the buzzing behind. Tinnitus is Very Common Tinnitus is a lot more common than you might think. In fact, the American Tinnitus Association estimates that 15% of Americans have tinnitus. That’s over 50 million people. Some people experience mild...
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