Little Rock Audiology Blog

Wear Your Hearing Aids!

This is perhaps an obvious tip, but you would be surprised at how many people who have hearing aids insist they don’t need them in many situations. You may think hearing aids are unattractive, when the reality is often the opposite. More attractive to your significant other is the ability to talk...

Are You Ready for Valentine’s Day?

It’s that time of the year again: the time of the year when every retail shop suddenly dons the same red-and-pink color scheme, plasters hearts across the windows and unloads a truck full of chocolates and red roses right next to the check-out line. Whether or not you plan to shower your significa...

Experimenting is Good

Practice in advance with different hearing aid settings to find which works best for you when outdoors. For example, there may be a setting that reduces wind noise. Don’t be afraid to experiment in any social gathering. Little Rock Audiology can give you ideas to help you enjoy your time...

Eating Healthy as a Family!

Modeling good health habits for your family can help your children and grandchildren develop healthy habits of their own and stave off hearing loss due to poor nutrition.  Eat a balanced diet, get the proper amount of exercise, protect your hearing from exposure to loud or excessive noise.  Schedu...

Is Your TV Too Loud?

Typically, we think noise induced hearing loss is caused by prolonged exposure to incredibly loud noises, such as factories, construction sites, or rock concerts, etc.. Did you know that if your TV is too loud it could be a sneaky culprit for hearing loss? Years of listening to the television at hi...