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  • The Important Job of Earwax

    Why is Earwax important? The Ear In order to look after your ears and successfully preserve your hearing for a long period, one should be aware of the important role of earwax. Most of us consider the sticky substance as an unpleasant waste material that should be thoroughly removed from...
  • How to Maintain Good Ear Hygiene

    Regular cleaning and examination of the ears should form an important part of one’s overall hygiene regimen. Although a healthy ear will naturally clean itself, it is important to watch out for potentially harmful conditions. Earwax, for example, serves as a natural protector of the inner ear canal against dust...
  • Finding a Hearing Specialist

    Many people are not sure about the right time to visit the doctor in order to check their hearing. The truth is that if someone is wondering if they are suffering from hearing loss in all probability they are likely to have some form of hearing loss. If a person...
  • Hearing Loss Prevention Drugs

    Hearing loss is a condition that affects more than 10% of the population worldwide. The future tendency is that the number of hard of hearing will continue to increase rapidly due to the aging population and modern lifestyles often jeopardizing hearing. Although there are types of hearing loss that can...
  • Earache Types and Treatments

    Most people have endured a certain type of earache at least once during their lifetime. There are many various reasons behind the condition and the typical symptoms include aching, itching, swelling, redness and inflammation in the different parts of the ear. The experienced pain may range from mild to severe...
  • How To Remove Earwax

    Earwax is a secretion formed in the ear canal, which is responsible for keeping it lubricated, cleaned and protected from dust, dirt, bacteria and small insects. Without it, our ears would feel dry, itchy and would be exposed to hostile microbes and infections. The official term for ear wax is...
  • What Is Hearing Impairment?

    Hearing impairment is a term used to describe the inability to hear and is characterised by four levels of hearing loss. The difference between these levels is determined by the lowest level of sounds a person is able to perceive. Mild hearing loss This level of hearing loss results in...
  • Does Hearing Loss Affect Only The Elderly?

    It is widely believed that hearing loss is a condition mainly connected to the elderly and the natural progression of the age. While this may be the case for many hard of hearing, it is not the only cause of hearing loss and deterioration. Hearing loss can stem from various...
  • Reducing Infection Led Hearing Loss

    One of the causes of hearing loss can be infections. Untreated infections, even mild, may damage the delicate parts of the ear and compromise hearing. While in the beginning, hearing impairment may be reversed, lack of proper attention and treatment can lead to permanent hearing loss. Children often suffer from...
  • The Impact Of Unmanaged Hearing Loss

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