Author: LIttle Rock Audiology

A hearing aid is an electroacoustic body worn apparatus which typically fits in or behind the wearer's ear. The hearing aid is designed to amplify and modulate sound for the wearer.How do I know if I need a hearing aid?If you think you might have...

Some people report a correlation between their diet and their tinnitus symptoms. Though the science is not yet settled, there is a chance that consuming alcohol, nicotine, caffeine or high-sugar foods may have an impact on how you experience your tinnitus. If you suspect this...

Immediate tinnitus relief may be as simple as turning on the radio. Adding more noise may seem counterintuitive, but being in a quiet environment means you're more likely to focus on tinnitus-related sounds. Adding in some background noise like soft music or nature sounds will...

Millennials, Gen Xers, baby boomers, and all generations are encouraged to engage in physically active lifestyles for both their hearing and heart health. Studies have shown that a healthy cardiovascular system—a person’s heart, arteries, and veins—has a positive effect on hearing. Conversely, inadequate blood flow...