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Ringing In Your Ears: What Does Tinnitus Sound Like?

Tinnitus manifests in countless ways, but there’s one thing people suffering from incessant phantom noise in their ears have in common. To borrow a phrase from an old Simon & Garfunkel song, they crave the sounds of silence. At Hearing & Balance Doctors, our doctors of audiology work to provide the best tinnitus treatment in […]

The Difference Between a Doctor of Audiology and a Hearing Instrument Specialist

Whether you should visit a doctor of audiology or a hearing instrument specialist has a lot to do with your needs. Both professionals are devoted to ensuring you enjoy the best possible hearing, but there are significant differences between the two. If you’ve already been identified as having hearing loss and simply want to get […]

Hearing Aid Heroes: Hearing Health Foundation

At Hearing & Balance Doctors, we’re devoted to providing exceptional treatment for people living with hearing loss, tinnitus, balance problems and related issues. It’s a mission that dovetails perfectly with that of Hearing Health Foundation. Why Hearing Health Foundation Is A Hearing Aid Hero Every day, Hearing Health Foundation works to help the millions of […]

How To Stop Your Hearing Aids From Falling Out This Fall

If you had to conjure one image evoking autumn, it would be brightly-colored leaves falling from the trees. If you don’t use care, however, you may see your hearing aids fall out this season, right along with the foliage. Fallen hearing aids can easily become lost or damaged, with common mishaps including having a hearing […]

Connections Between Hearing Loss & Cognitive Decline

A degree of hearing loss is a common occurrence among people over the age of 65. In fact, according to the National Institute of Aging, around one out of three adults who are 65-74 years old struggle with hearing loss. That hearing loss number goes to one out of two when adults pass the age […]

Audiologists Help Musicians Manage Hearing Loss

While creating amazing music, many musicians don’t consider the consequences of being in close proximity to loud instruments. Musicians plugged into an amp can experience decibels (dB) of 110 or more. Even unamplified instruments, such as the saxophone or violin, can reach 90+ dB, which is quite loud to be near the musician’s unprotected ear. […]

Real Football Fans Protect Their Hearing

Football season is upon us and that means fans can plan to head for a slew of games, whether they’re rooting for college teams like the Dixie State Trailblazers; treating themselves to an edge-of-your-seat NFL game; or cheering on the athletes at their local high school. You already know you need to bring a number […]

What Is Low-Frequency Hearing Loss?

It is not uncommon for hearing loss to present with a degree of frequency loss. For those with low-frequency hearing loss, the lowest ends of the sound frequency range, from around 2,000 Hz and lower, are inaudible. This type of frequency loss is not as common as high-frequency hearing loss. Our doctors of audiology can […]

Audiologist Monthly: 5 Common Sounds In The Workplace That May Be Hurting Your Hearing

Depending on where you work, there are some common sounds which may be damaging to your hearing. But, since these sounds are common, people tend to discount them as a potential problem. 1 – Construction Tools In Use One workplace where hearing loss can commonly occur is in construction. The tools used by those in […]

Hearing Aid Tip Of The Month: Protection Against Heat and Humidity

Like all other forms of technology, hearing aids and humidity are a bad mixture. While humidity is not a huge problem in the deserts of Southern Utah, we are hitting that point in the year where late, hot summer storms are rolling in and raising the humidity as well as the chances of being caught […]