With so many different sounds across the world, many people take the normal sounds they hear every day for granted. Sounds such as simple conversation or sounds from nature can seem like background noise after hearing them consistently for so long. However, for people with hearing loss, simple sounds can sometimes be the best sounds. Read more..
As technology continues to improve, many would argue that we have begun to see a stark increase in our quality of life. Things like banking, finding a flight, or diagnosing an illness have all become instantaneous and more effective since the advent of technology. In particular, individuals with various disabilities have found their lives significantly Read more..
Hearing loss is one of the major issue that creeps up on people all over the world. By the age of 65, one in three Americans suffer from hearing loss. While the symptoms and causes of hearing loss vary from case to case, we have pinpointed some of the main forms of hearing loss so Read more..
Unfortunately, throughout the history of medical practice, “cure-all” remedies are sometimes proposed that end up being detrimental in hindsight. From leeching to snake oil, sometimes when people need a quick fix, they will turn to any sort of cure. Recently, a cure has been gaining traction that seeks to fix a problem everyone has: a Read more..
As we begin to grow older, our bodies begin to show signs of wear and tear. From vision to hearing, the older we get, the more prone we are to losing the very senses we take for granted. Here at the Hearing Associates of Las Vegas, we have spent years studying the causes and effects Read more..
For years, thousands of people have sought a cure to one of the most common afflictions among Americans: hearing loss. While we at The Hearing Associates of Las Vegas do our best to identify and treat hearing loss with services such as hearing evaluations, hearing aid fittings, and tinnitus treatments, it is important for us Read more..
While Halloween is rapidly approaching, many people are looking to avoid scary stories in their everyday lives as much as possible. With an overload of scary thoughts brought upon by the season, most people are looking to eliminate drama and keep this October stress-free. One of the frightening issues that have crept into relevance this Read more..
According to the CDC, occupational hearing loss is one of the most common work-related illnesses in the United States. Over 22 million people in the US are exposed to dangerous noise levels while working. Whether you are a rock star or a farmer, almost everyone has to deal with some level of noise daily as Read more..
Since the onset of coronavirus, many people have found their lives altered in some sort of manner. From having to stay at home to wearing masks in public, most people on the planet have been affected in some way by this virus. While some of these life alterations may be more obvious, it’s also important Read more..
Perk up your ears! It’s probably a saying you’ve heard at least once or twice in your lifetime. The saying comes from watching animals of all types move or perk their ears when they hear something new or interesting. Think about your dog or cat (or horse or monkey, etc)–when you whistle or call their Read more..