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Problem Solver

Are you an ambitious problem solver? Many people ignore or downplay their health problems, and they do so for a variety of reasons. But addressing hearing loss sends the message that you’re willing to deal with issues like this head-on: You’ll do what it takes to stay atop your game. Little Roc...

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Hearing Loss and Your Income

Hearing loss can pose a significant barrier to productivity, performance, overall career success, lifetime earnings, and household earnings — in fact, it can lead to almost $30,000 in lost income every year. Luckily, treating hearing loss can make a hearing-related income loss negligible, and it c...

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Hearing Loss and Your Career

More than 10 percent of full-time employees have a diagnosed hearing problem, and another 30 percent suspect they have a problem, but have not sought treatment.  And of those with a suspected hearing loss, nearly all report that this hearing loss impacts them on the job, with complaints ranging fro...

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Trouble With Your Balance?

Are you having issues with Balance?  Don’t let balance problems affect your quality of life. If you are experiencing dizziness, balance issues, or falls, schedule an appointment with Little Rock Audiology today....

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5 Tips to Protect Against Falls

Get your vision checked. Being able to see rocky terrain or unstable surfaces will help keep you safe. Tying in with our first tip: Check your surroundings for hazards such as uneven surfaces, slippery floors, small rugs, or unstable handrails. Be sure to understand how any medications may affect yo...

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Clang! Slam! Rizzz! Vroom!

Is your workplace safe from noise? From engines running and car doors closing to sanders whirring and air compressors humming, workplace noise comes with the territory, and some of it can prove damaging to a your ears and hearing health. An estimated 22 million American workers across various indust...

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Causes of Chronic Tinnitus

Chronic tinnitus has more foundational causes than temporary tinnitus: Noise-induced or age-related hearing loss Head or neck trauma Vestibular disorders, such as Ménière’s disease TMJ (temporomandibular joint disorder) TBI (traumatic brain injury)...

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Impact of Chronic Tinnitus

Chronic tinnitus can greatly affect quality of life. Those with moderate or severe tinnitus often experience: Depression Anxiety Trouble sleeping Pain Economic hardship It also affects the friends and family of those with tinnitus. The constant ringing or pulsing can make hearing difficult, so conve...

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Do You Have Chronic Tinnitus?

Do you have chronic tinnitus?  If you are not sure, please call Little Rock Audiology and we can help determine if your tinnitus is temporary or chronic. Chronic tinnitus is just what it sounds like: The ringing, buzzing, or pulsing is permanent, and it’s present 24 hours a day, seven days a week...

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Hearing Test Time

Do you suspect that you may have hearing loss?  It is time to schedule your hearing test.  Little Rock Audiology is trained to detect hearing loss.  Call us today and schedule your appointment....