Blog | Northland Hearing Services, Inc. - Part 2

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Do You Know Your Hearing Aid Facts from Fiction?

March 29, 2019

Hearing and sight are arguably our two most important senses. Yet, if and when either starts to fail us (and both usually do as we age), we react to each quite differently. Look around at all the people with glasses, contacts, Lasik surgery or just cheaters, and it’s obvious that we have no problem or hesitation with treating vision issues. But... View Article

Five Reasons You Need to Treat Hearing Loss Right Away

March 23, 2019

Hearing loss affects millions of Americans each year. Although it is most common in older individuals, young people can develop trouble with their hearing, as well. No matter your age, career or life circumstances, managing hearing loss can be troublesome. Unfortunately, many people who experience hearing loss don’t take action against it right away. This ultimately is a big mistake,... View Article

Can Treating Hearing Loss Help Prevent Dementia?

March 9, 2019

Millions of people around the world suffer from declined mental cognition due to conditions like dementia. These conditions are most common in older adults and do not always have a direct cause. However, recent studies are showing a growing link between dementia and another common age-related problem: hearing loss. Because of this link, many are inquiring about whether utilizing services... View Article

Is Getting Hearing Aids on Your Honey-Do List?

March 5, 2019

There are many benefits to seeking treatment for hearing loss—better hearing, improved communication, a boost in confidence and reduced risk of cognitive decline, to name just a few. If hearing aids can help people with hearing loss hear better, then why not give them a try? Keep in mind that it’s not only you who will reap the benefits. Friends... View Article

Repeat After Us: Hearing Loss Is Treatable!

February 19, 2019

Living with hearing difficulties is frustrating. You find yourself saying “What?” and “Can you repeat that?” so many times a day you lose count, while your eyes communicate your confusion and lack of comprehension. Even your family and friends sound like broken records—but you can’t hear this! For example, you may be out at a restaurant with friends and your... View Article