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Improve Your Hearing Health in 2016 with Intermountain Audiology

Preserving your hearing health is important to your overall well-being. It affects many aspects of your life, from driving a vehicle to interacting with others to maintaining proper balance. When you take steps to keep your hearing in the best condition possible, you will help yourself to live a fuller life.

You might do a variety of things to maintain your hearing health. You may need to change some habits and replace them with better ones. You may be surprised at how much you can do to keep your hearing in good health.

Have Yourself Checked for Allergies

If your sinuses are blocked, your hearing may be adversely affected. When this happens on a regular basis due to allergies, you could suspect that you have a hearing problem when you actually have an allergy problem. If your eyes water, you sneeze incessantly, and your sinuses become clogged regularly, you might want to have yourself tested for allergies.

Reduce Your NSAIDs Intake When Possible

Taking high doses of aspirin, ibuprofen, or other types of NSAIDs too often may lead to tinnitus. This practice may also cause bilateral hearing loss. Avoid taking high doses of this kind of medication when you can.

Eat Healthy Foods

Research suggests that people who stick to a healthy diet may experience less hearing loss altogether. This includes eating plenty of vegetables, as well as consuming an adequate supply of healthy omega-3 fatty acids.

Get Plenty of Exercise

Getting enough exercise can also have a positive impact on your hearing health. This is because when you stimulate your cardiovascular system, you improve your circulation. This supports the good condition of your hearing.

Exercise Your Brain

You might also consider brain exercises so that you can hear better. Studies have indicated that auditory training may benefit your hearing.

Avoid Loud Music and Loud Noises

Loud music really does cause hearing loss, so be sure to keep your music turned down as much as you can. Additionally, give your ears a break now and then by turning the music off periodically. And if you know you’re going to be in a noisy environment, take precautions and use ear plugs or other forms of hearing protection.

Make Hearing Health a Priority

Taking proper care of your hearing is essential to your overall health and wellness. You might consider all or some of the suggestions mentioned here for your New Year’s resolutions in 2016.

Don’t forget to schedule regular appointments to have your hearing checked, as well – so that if you have experienced hearing loss, a doctor of audiology may offer you guidance.

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No pressure sales or scare tactics; only compassion and caring from this office - Kurt Mooney was knowledgeable and passionate about helping me discover the possibilities I have been missing out on for the past 12 years from my sudden hearing loss. The new technology available was explained clearly and simply and all the testing was painless. I am excited for what life changing options are right around the corner for me.- Suzie Bledsoe
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I had a very hard time adjusting to hearing devices and am thankful for Dr. Mooney's patience and expert help in getting them set up correctly. Julie does a great job keeping the appointments on track and helps make every visit very pleasant. I highly recommend this office and staff- Bruce Whisenhunt
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I enjoy going to see Dr. Mooney in Mesquite. He takes time to go over every little detail and explains things that makes it easy to understand. No question is unimportant to him and for me, that's huge. Office staff is warm and friendly creating a great atmosphere. Thanks for what you do to make my quality of life that much better. Truly appreciated.- Vickie Anderson
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