Hearing Loss is Preventable & Treatable

Noise Exposure & Hearing Loss Are Associated with

  • Tinnitus
  • Ulcers
  • Alzheimer’s Disease
  • Dementia
  • Diabetes
  • Anxiety
  • Kidney Disease
  • Hypertnesion
  • Depression

Welcome to Our Health Hearing Clinic

Hearing Loss Prevention and Treatment
Hearing loss

is the most common occupational illness in the United States, with over 10 million people suffering from irreversible hearing damage due to noise. 40 Million people are exposed to dangerous noise levels every day. Firearms and Occupational Noise such as loud machinery can permanently damage your hearing; with some noise causing damage in a matter of seconds, according to the National Institute on Deafness and other Communication Disorders (NIDCD). Untreated Hearing Loss can result in physical symptoms like

Anger and Irritability
Depression, Tension,Fatigue, and Stress
Resignation from social situations
Reduction of alertness
Impaired alertness and growing risk to personal safety
Noticeable decrease in job production
Diminished mental and physical health

Top Causes of Severe Hearing Loss

Ongoing exposure to noise in the workplace
Change in pressure or injury
Medication including prescriptions and over the counter medicine
Chronic diseases including high blood pressure, Diabetes, Stroke and Heart Disease
Sudden and loud noises like Fireworks and Guns
Loud music and Concerts. Do not be embarrassed to wear hearing protection
Earbuds and Headphones
Buildup of Ear Wax
Ear Infections

If you are experiencing any of the above symptoms you should see a hearing specialist. In may cases hearing loss can be treated. It can always be prevented. Hearing aids and hearing protection can make a difference in your life. The worst thing you can do is ignore the symptoms as they will not improve unless you do something.