HEARING LOSS AND CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASES

Research shows a person’s hearing health and cardiovascular health frequently correspond. Cardiovascular disease includes coronary artery disease issues which can be caused by a number of factors including high blood pressure, elevated blood sugar, high cholesterol and atherosclerosis. Researchers have found that narrow, clogged blood vessels which become unable to provide enough red blood cells to deliver oxygen and glucose …

Newsletter – Winter/Spring 2016

ANNOUNCEMENTS New Stockton location: 10200 Trinity Parkway, Suite 201 I am happy to announce the opening of our Stockton office! Audiologist, Deborah Planchard will be available for all your hearing healthcare needs at this location. Deborah has 30 years of experience as an Audiologist. She began her career working for Burger Rehabilitation Systems which served geriatric patients in long term …

The Link between Hearing Loss and Dementia

According to Herbert, Weuve, Scherr and Evans (2013), 4.7 million Americans over the age of 65 were diagnosed with dementia. Audiology today (2014) reports 40% of those over 65 years old will present with hearing loss and 66% over 75 will have hearing loss. In 2011, a link between hearing loss and cognitive decline was discovered. How has hearing loss …