Category: Hearing Health

Depression and Hearing Aids

June 6, 2022

Depression is a significant issue that affects a large percentage of people who are 65 and older, and age-related hearing loss affects approximately two-thirds of individuals in this age group. According to several studies, correcting hearing loss may help reduce symptoms of depression. Hear Again America is the place to go for a hearing test […]

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Feeling Anxious? Hearing Loss Might be The Culprit

March 10, 2022

Do you feel anxious all the time? Do you find it hard to concentrate and focus on what others are saying? If so, there might be a good reason for your symptoms. A recent study found that people with hearing loss often experience anxiety and depression. This is because when we can’t hear well, we […]

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5 Questions to Ask Your Hearing Instrument Specialist

December 15, 2019

If you have been living with hearing loss and have gotten used to it, in a certain way, then wearing hearing aids and hearing the sharpness of sound that you have been missing out on for so long, can feel quite overwhelming, but also quite exciting. It can take some getting used to, as it […]


Audiologist versus Hearing Aid Dispenser

October 18, 2019

When it comes to diagnosing and treating hearing loss, there has been a lot of confusion from patients about the different hearing health professionals. It is still common for people today to end up being screened, fitted or tested for a hearing aid without actually knowing what qualifications the person in question boasts. We simply […]