Music can be uplifting and inspiring. Music acts as a great way to express and manage emotions. While the radio was once the prime method of listening to our favorite songs, headphones and earbuds have recently taken their place.
Dealing with your noise-induced hearing loss can have numerous benefits. Doing so can ensure that you will keep a more active social life, get better earnings, lifting up your energy levels and of course, helping you be happier with your life overall.
Auditory processing disorder, or APD, has recently been receiving more exposure in the medical and general community, creating awareness for children who suffer from this disorder and helping to increase access to diagnostic care.
Some medical problems that are common among the older population receive a lot of attention. Anyone has probably seen commercials aimed at people suffering from high cholesterol or erectile dysfunction. But one ailment that is even more common doesn’t get talked about that often.
Hearing loss and aging have long been subjects intricately associated with one another. Medical scientists continue to grapple with the apparent inevitability of age-related hearing impairment, referred to among professionals as presbycusis.