Some people may dismiss hearing loss as an inconvenient, but not serious, issue. Our hearing specialists here at Hearing Associates of Las Vegas want to make it clear that this is not the case. Hearing loss has a clear connection to individuals becoming isolated and depressed. How Hearing Loss Lead To Isolation And Depression Even Read more..
Musicians love to create a joyful noise, combining rhythm and melody to move listeners. Unfortunately, this compulsion does more than please audiences. It can leave performers vulnerable to hearing damage and in need of hearing aids. With countless hours spent practicing or taking the stage, musicians are four times more likely to succumb to noise-related Read more..
Most people can easily rattle off several symptoms of anxiety, from shallow breathing to hot flashes to sweaty palms. Did you know, however, that long-term stress can actually cause hearing loss? It’s about that fight-or-flight response we experience when faced with stressful situations. Our bodies release a burst of hormones, spurring our heartbeat to speed Read more..
Most of us know that listening to loud music, noisy event centers, foregoing hearing protection around heavy machinery, and other high-volume environments can cause hearing loss. But one of the more surprising culprits behind hearing loss is one that people may not think to protect against. That culprit is ototoxicity. What Is Ototoxicity Ototoxicity is Read more..
As more scientific resources are dedicated to understand and cure dementia, more information as to the causes of dementia are made available. One surprising piece of information which has been discovered is the strong link between dementia and hearing loss. Hearing Loss Can Speed Up Cognitive Decline Several studies have noted that hearing loss has Read more..
The month of May has been dedicated to bringing awareness to hearing and speech issues, named the Better Hearing and Speech Month. As around 46 million Americans suffer from communication disorders, these issues deserve more attention. As hearing experts, the Hearing Associates Of Las Vegas have a vested interest in furthering awareness, research, and other Read more..
Losing your hearing can be isolating if you don’t have the right resources. To help prevent the isolation associated with hearing loss, the Hearing Associates of Las Vegas are proud to participate in Deaf History Month and highlight resources for the deaf and hard-of-hearing in our community. Deaf History Highlights American deaf history is still Read more..
The Hearing Associates were able to attend the NFLPA Former Players Convention this year! In March, our hearing loss experts provided free hearing screenings and hearing aid fittings to former players in need of care. It was a wonderful opportunity to help people suffering from hearing loss in our community and to provide free screenings Read more..
For those who love music, whether it be creating the music or listening to it, many of them have concerns that their hearing loss will interfere with their enjoyment in music. But there have been hearing aid heroes who have overcome hearing loss and set a positive example for hearing loss-afflicted music lovers. Hearing Aid Read more..
Your hearing can affect many aspects of your life, but did you know that it can also affect the health of your brain? Scientists are starting to find stronger links between our overall brain health and our ability to hear. While this information isn’t too surprising for those of us who are hearing specialists, it Read more..