Little Rock Audiology Blog

Tips For Getting Ready For a Concert

Here are 4 tips for minimizing the risk of hearing loss after a concert Don’t stand close to the loudspeakers at any point during the concert Use earplugs for concerts – and do it correctly. Go all-in if you attend concerts regularly: get hearing protection that’s shaped for your ears and does...

Your Loved One Has Hearing Loss

Do you have a loved one that is dealing with hearing loss? Here are 6 quick tips to help you! Choose a private location to discuss it Talk without shouting Remind them they aren’t alone Express how their hearing loss affects you Explain how treatment can improve their quality of life Show your...

Vertigo and Dizziness

Did you ever play a game where you turned around in circles and then tried to walk? You probably had trouble walking and might have fallen over. People with balance problems may feel that way all the time. When you have balance problems, you may feel unsteady, woozy, or confused. You may have blurry...

Mild Hearing Loss

If you have mild hearing loss, the most difficult sounds of speech – consonant sounds like “f” and “th” or “k” and “p” – can be lost during a conversation. That means it will be difficult for you to clearly distinguish between words. For e...

Noise Induced Hearing Loss

Some people may get noise-induced hearing loss from one very loud noise, such as an explosion, and others from prolonged exposure to loud noise over time. There are two factors that affect the likelihood of noise causing damage to hearing – the power of the sound, and the length of exposure to it...