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Balance & Hearing

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There are three components to the ear: outer ear, middle ear, and inner ear. But it is your inner ear that is intricately linked with your balance. While hearing loss itself cannot cause balance disorders, problems within the inner ear and the vestibular system may. What is balance? “Balance is a choreographed arrangement that takes sensory information from a variety of organs and integrates it to tell the body where it is in related to gravity and the earth” (medicinenet.com).

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Diabetes & Hearing Loss

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Hearing loss is twice as common among adults with diabetes as those without. An average of 30 million people in the U.S. alone are living with diabetes; a disease in which the body’s ability to produce or respond to the hormone insulin is impaired. While the direct link between diabetes and hearing loss isn’t clear, it is known that high blood sugar damages blood vessels throughout the body and nerve damage is another complication commonly associated with diabetes. What does

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Why Seeing a Hearing Healthcare Professional is Critical

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A hearing healthcare professional is critical for your health—and overall wellbeing. A proper diagnosis of your hearing is essential in order to determine treatment. Hearing loss cannot be self-diagnosed. A hearing screening, whether it be online or at a physician’s office— is just that, a screening. Further testing is always required, should you fail a screening. Sensorineural hearing loss is the most prevalent and permanent form of loss that we see in our patients. Conductive hearing loss is another, caused

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Age-Related Hearing Loss & Cognitive Decline

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“Age-related hearing loss (presbycusis) is the loss of hearing that gradually occurs in most of us as we grow older. It is one of the most common conditions affecting older and elderly adults” (NIH.gov). In the United States, one in three people between the ages of 65 and 74 years are affected. In people 75 years and older, that ratio jumps to 50% of which struggle with difficulty hearing. While there is currently no cure for hearing loss, there are

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Buying Hearing Aids Online

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It’s 2018, and we buy an inordinate amount of things online; clothing, food, books, car tires, etc. If you can dream it—you can probably buy it—online.  If we can buy virtually anything with the click of a mouse from our own home—for, at times—a cheaper cost, why not do the same with hearing aids? What’s the big deal? Why shouldn’t I buy my hearing aids online? Here are 3 reasons why we, at Kubick & Kubick, would never recommend doing

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