Learn more about the most common ear diseases, hearing loss and the symptoms to identify them.
Our hearing health can tell us a lot about the underlying problems we may be having with our ears, whether it is Labyrinthitis or Otitis that you are suffering from.
We always recommend our customers to come in for a complimentary annual hearing check once a year, so you can stay on top of your hearing and take advantage of the professional advice our expert Audiologists/ Hearing care professionals can provide. A hearing loss is an irreversible disease; however, it can be prevented from getting worse by using hearing aids or ear plugs in certain environments.
Here are the following symptoms of a hearing loss:
Tinnitus, or ringing in the ear, is the effect of a inner ear damage or impairment.
Find out more about Hyperacusis: what it is, the symptoms and the causes associated with it, as well as treatments and prevention methods.
Anacusis, also called total deafness, is a complete hearing loss, a lack of auditory perception that affects one or both ears.
Hearing loss is common in children and the severity can vary. Hearing is an important part of learning so it is important to pay attention and look for the signs of hearing loss.
Some important things to look out for in children are:
Learn more about symptoms and treatments of Labyrinthitis, a viral inflammation of the inner ear causing vertigo and temporary hearing loss.
Some hearing problems can be temporary conditions due to weather, cold, water and allergies. Find out how to prevent and treat them.