Can Hearing Loss Make You Tired?

Everyone, whether you have hearing loss or not, has experienced the relief of leaving a meeting, exiting a party or ending a Zoom call. This is because social interactions are taxing – they require attention, focus, memory and utilize a lot of cognitive resources. This is especially true for people with hearing loss. Below we
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Make the Best of Your Holidays This Year!

Samantha Randels, Bountiful Hearing Center I think we can all agree that we need a little extra holiday spirit this year. Needless to say, 2020 did not turn out the way anyone expected it to. The coronavirus pandemic has brought out many emotions in us: fear, anxiety, frustration and most of all loneliness. The holidays
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Can Cardio Help Your Hearing?

As we head into the new year, many people will feel inspired to recommit to resolutions that the pandemic has made difficult to achieve, including exercising more. In addition to improving sleep, mood and cognition, regular cardiovascular exercise has been shown to boost hearing. Below is an overview of the link between cardiovascular strength and
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How Bad Is Delaying Hearing Loss Treatment for Your Brain?

Experts recommend seeking treatment for your hearing loss at the first sign of trouble. In addition to saving you years of frustration asking others to repeat themselves or missing out on important pieces of information, this advice can protect your brain from damage. The simple truth is untreated hearing loss is bad for your brain.
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HEAR for the Holidays!

With the craziness of 2020, many of us are probably looking forward to the holidays to distract us from everything.  And while Covid-19 may still put a damper on our holidays, we can still have small, intimate group settings with our families.  Having your hearing devices performing their best is vital during the holidays!  So
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Increase Your Quality of Life with Hearing Aids

When left untreated, hearing loss can lead to a number of physical, mental and emotional issues. Fortunately, seeking treatment through the use of hearing aids can not only prevent these comorbidities but can also improve your overall quality of life. Beyond improving your ability to hear, below are the top three benefits seen from hearing
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Wear Your Aids, Even When You’re Alone!

Did you know that October is Protect Your Hearing Month?  October also includes World Mental Health day.  You’re probably wondering what the correlation is.  It has been shown that hearing loss can increase one’s risk of developing mental illnesses!  This includes depression, anxiety, schizophrenia, and dementia.  Studies have shown that hearing loss can even trigger
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October is Audiology Awareness Month

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Hearing loss can be a confusing experience that easily leaves one feeling discouraged, frustrated and isolated. October is Audiology Awareness Month, which means now is a great time to meet your local audiologist to learn about life-changing options that can help make for a better tomorrow. Audiologists, including the experts at Bountiful Hearing Center, can
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How Hearing Loss Affects School Performance

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Untreated hearing loss can have far reaching consequences on your child’s school performance, as delays in speech and language development often lead to learning problems. Understanding that hearing loss may be misdiagnosed as a learning disability can help motivate you to seek treatment quickly. How Many Children Have Hearing Loss? The Center for Disease Control
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Don’t Forget About Your Hearing Health!

How often do you see a dentist?  How about your eye doctor?  And of course, we all know we should get a physical once a year.  These appointments are very standard in our day-to-day lives and even if we don’t actually go as often as we should, I would be willing to bet that you’ve
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