Category: Auditory Processing

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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Beyond the Ear: Auditory Processing and Working Memory

Auditory Processing and Working Memory “I can hear, I just can’t understand.” Sound familiar? As an audiologist, I hear this complaint many times a day. It can be difficult, in the rush of a hearing appointment, to stop and talk about the importance of auditory processing. The focus of most of my time with patients is on the hearing aids or 

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