Little Rock Audiology Blog

Drinking and Hearing Loss

Not only can alcohol use disorder lead to the development of chronic diseases such as high blood pressure, heart disease and stroke, it can also put you at risk for developing hearing loss. Here’s how… Excessive drinking damages the auditory cortex in the brain, affecting the way your brain pro...

MRI Machines are LOUD!

Doctors order more than 35 million MRIs in the US every year, and most people consider it a pretty routine test. However, the sound in MRI machines can reach decibel levels beyond that recommended by OSHA when it comes to workplace safety.  If your doctor orders an MRI for you, discuss why the test...

Diabetes?

Hearing loss is about twice as common in people with diabetes. Hearing depends on small blood vessels and nerves in the inner ear. Studies have shown that people with diabetes have a higher rate of hearing loss than people without diabetes. Although the relationship between diabetes and hearing loss...

It’s Your Life – Make it Great

Little Rock Audiology understands the inner workings of the ear, the complexities of hearing loss and is trained in the many hearing aid solutions. Getting the right hearing aid for your level of hearing loss and lifestyle can absolutely change your life for the better. Work with our hearing aid spe...

How to Address Hearing Loss With Your Parents

Parents often give the best advice, but what happens when they’re the ones who need some guidance regarding a difficult topic like hearing loss. If you’re ready to broach this difficult topic and tell your parents it’s time to get hearing aids, there are right and wrong ways to go...