Are Diabetes & Hearing Loss Connected?

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 Are Diabetes & Hearing Loss Connected?

Are Diabetes & Hearing Loss Connected?

Does diabetes put your hearing at risk? 1 in 3 Canadians have diabetes or pre-diabetes today, many people aren’t aware of the impact it can have on your health, including the likelihood of developing hearing loss. In 2013 a study…

 What is Tinnitus?

What is Tinnitus?

Tinnitus is usually described as ringing, buzzing, clicking or hissing, in your ears that only you experience. It may be constant, or it may come and go. But it is an internal sound, meaning there’s no external source to blame…

 How Often Should Hearing Aids Be Cleaned?

How Often Should Hearing Aids Be Cleaned?

Once every 6 months to a year, your hearing aids should get a thorough cleaning and check-up. These appointments are usually booked ahead of time and are important for the maintenance of your hearing aid. That said, these appointments are…

 Choosing the Right Hearing Aid

Choosing the Right Hearing Aid

Choosing the right hearing aid is undoubtedly a difficult decision considering the many different types of hearing aids that are on the market. At Evear Hearing, we are here to break it down and give you more guidance as to…

 Hearing Aids Made For Face Masks

Hearing Aids Made For Face Masks

Face masks have undoubtedly been a good thing when it comes to helping prevent the spread of COVID-19. But they present challenges when trying to communicate with others. Especially if you or the person you are communicating with has a…

 How could I have hearing loss without noticing?

How could I have hearing loss without noticing?

There’s many factors that affect why we might ignore or not notice hearing loss. Communication is about more than just hearing the other person speaking, it is also about body language, gestures, and context. These factors can help make up…

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