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Why Do My Ears Feel Wet in The Morning?

Ever wondered why your ears feel wet at times, especially in the morning? The answer is simpler than you might think. The sensation is often a result of increased production of ear wax, scientifically known as cerumen. Far from being a mere annoyance, ear wax plays several crucial roles, such as moisturizing the skin, trapping dust, repelling insects, and boasting 

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Decoding Tinnitus: Unraveling Common Questions and Concerns

The persistent ringing, whistling, or hissing sound in the ears, known as tinnitus, can be perplexing for many of our patients. This auditory phenomenon, often accompanied by hearing loss, can spark worry, though it’s usually not indicative of a serious ailment. While severe cases can be debilitating, tinnitus rarely signals a grave disease. Here, we address some frequently asked questions 

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How To Protect Your Hearing

Our sense of hearing allows us to connect with the world around us, from the joyful melodies of music to the soothing sounds of nature. Yet, in our bustling modern lives, exposure to loud noises and harmful environments poses a significant threat to our hearing health. Fortunately, there are proactive steps we can take to safeguard this precious sense. Here’s 

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Unraveling the Connection: Is Hearing Loss Linked to Balance Problems?

The intricate interplay between hearing and balance is a topic that often intrigues individuals grappling with these sensory challenges. If you’ve wondered whether hearing loss and balance issues are coincidental or interconnected, you’re not alone. The relationship between these two facets is both complex and fascinating. Let’s delve into the fundamentals and explore how the inner ear acts as the 

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Increased Risk of Dementia Among People with Hearing Loss

Increased Risk of Dementia Among People with Hearing Loss The unfortunate reality is that hearing loss can be a risk factor for developing dementia. This is why if you notice yourself or your loved ones are having difficulty hearing, it is important to get it checked out as quickly as possible to avoid any negative side effects. There are a 

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Rights and Resources for Montana Students and Employees

Whether you’re in school or the workforce, there are hearing service programs available to you. Below we highlight help for both students and employees. Students If you’re a recent high school graduate or current college student, check out the hearing services programs available at our local colleges. Our public educational institutions offer services to students who have hearing loss, wear 

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How is Your Child’s Hearing?

The human body is uniquely resilient and adaptable, overcoming debilitating infections, viruses, bacteria, and congenital difficulties, including hearing loss. A bevy of recent studies suggests that our children may not get all the quality hearing care they need to succeed academically, socially, and professionally. Yet, with all the developmental difficulties associated with pediatric hearing loss, catching hearing loss early usually 

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The Evolution of Hearing Technology: From Ear Trumpets to Digital Marvels

Modern hearing technology is truly remarkable, with devices so small they’re practically invisible, waterproof options, and advanced features that allow you to stream music and phone calls directly to your ears. But how did we arrive at this point? Let’s take a journey through the annals of hearing aid history to discover the fascinating evolution of hearing technology. Prehistory The 

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Moisture Prevention for Hearing Aids

Moisture Prevention for Hearing Aids:  Protecting Your Devices during the Summer Season. The month of May introduces a well-known period of summer heat!  This means that extra care should be taken to ensure your hearing devices are working to their full potential. Although hearing aids are advertised as being “water resistant”, they are not “waterproof”.  In addition to humidity that 

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Hearing Aid Resources For Our Veterans

As a service-disabled veteran, I can certainly identify with many who are frustrated with the frailties of the Veterans Affairs healthcare system. Yes- authorizations are taking a long (long, looong) time- between the pandemic and the elections and the holidays, the system got a little gummed up. We are proud participants in the Community Care Network and have multiple conversations every 

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