Causes of Hearing Loss

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...

A growing body of research shows an association between hearing loss, quality of life, and a number of common chronic diseases and health conditions. More recently, however, researchers are discovering a significant link between hearing loss and other health issues, such as cognition, dementia, depression, falling,...

Hearing loss could be a side effect of your medication. Some diuretics for heart disease, chemotherapies, and antibiotics (especially gentamicin, neomycin, and others in the –mycin family) could damage your ears.Getting better is probably your first priority, but it’s worth contacting Little Rock Audiology to...