The Benefits of Bluetooth Hearing Aids

The Benefits of Bluetooth Hearing Aids

audseo Hearing Aid Technology

Technology can truly improve all parts of your life. From better replacement knees to a refrigerator that helps you write your grocery list; technological advancements are everywhere. The hearing aid industry is no exception. At Beverly Hills Hearing Center, we keep in tune with all of the latest technological updates for hearing aid models and we are ready to share …

Working with Hearing Loss

Working with Hearing Loss

audseo Hearing Loss, Work & Economy

Working with hearing loss has some challenges, but The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) makes it illegal for your employer to discriminate against you if you do have hearing loss. The ADA is in place to make sure employers, landlords and public venue managers make it their business to accommodate those with hearing issues. If you suspect you might have …

Osteoporosis and Sudden Hearing Loss

Osteoporosis and Sudden Hearing Loss

audseo Hearing Loss, Overall Health

Osteoporosis—which literally means porous bone—is a bone density disease in which the density and quality of bone are reduced. It affects about 54 million Americans. As bones become more porous and fragile, the risk of fracture is greatly increased. The loss of bone occurs silently and progressively. Often there are no symptoms until the first fracture occurs. (International Osteoporosis Foundation) …

Hearing Aids Can Improve Your Quality of Life

Hearing Aids Can Improve Your Quality of Life

Bonnie L. Baehr, Au.D. Family & Friends, Hearing Aids, Lifestyle & Leisure

People with untreated disabling hearing loss often suffer in other areas of their lives. Not only is your overall health at risk, but you may develop social anxiety, mental fatigue, depression, and/or a host of other conditions. Not to mention poor workplace performance as a result of any one or a combination of these. An extensive scientific report from Professor …

Comorbidities of Hearing Loss

Comorbidities of Hearing Loss

Bonnie L. Baehr, Au.D. Hearing Loss, Overall Health

Hearing loss is a medical condition that affects millions of people worldwide—about 48 million in the United States alone according to the Hearing Loss Association of America (HLAA). The Centers for Disease Control states that is the third most common chronic physical condition, more prevalent than diabetes or cancer. Often, disabling hearing loss can be linked to other medical conditions …

Q&A About Hearing Loss

Q&A About Hearing Loss

Bonnie L. Baehr, Au.D. Hearing Loss

The stigma of hearing loss prevents many people from asking questions about their condition. The embarrassment of asking a “stupid” question is another barrier to people educating and empowering themselves about hearing impairment. Let’s get past that and dispel some notions about hearing loss. Hearing loss is a fast-growing health concern and the best way to address the situations is …

Improving Communication with Your Family

Improving Communication with Your Family

Bonnie L. Baehr, Au.D. Uncategorized

If you have a family member that suffers from hearing loss, there are many challenges that will come your way. There will be times you feel loneliness due to the changes in communication and the way it has altered the relationship, frustration as you try to keep engaged, and possibly feeling distance from your loved one as it affects shared …

Working with Hearing Loss

Working with Hearing Loss

Bonnie L. Baehr, Au.D. Hearing Health, Hearing Loss, News, Research, Work & Economy

People affected by hearing impairment and are active in the workforce or are reentering the workforce need to be educated about their rights and their ability to sustain a productive work life and an accommodating environment. The statistics on the detrimental impact of hearing loss are staggering. Untreated hearing loss can cause loss of to $30,000 in income annually and …