Studies on Hearing Loss & Injuries

Studies on Hearing Loss & Injuries

Mark Rahman, BC-HIS Research

Prevalence and Risks of Hearing Loss Hearing loss is one of the common health disabilities. The ear is a susceptible organ that can be damaged permanently by such ubiquitous sounds as a roar of a generator, a bang of a gunshot or the ding of a construction. A valid estimate suggests that about 10 percent of the people in the …

How Exercise, Diet, Sleep, and Hearing Affect Brain Aging

How Exercise, Diet, Sleep, and Hearing Affect Brain Aging

Mark Rahman, BC-HIS Diet, Hearing Health, Hearing Loss Prevention, Lifestyle and Leisure, Mental Health, News, Research

The most current science out there tells us that our bodies and minds are inextricably linked. More so, modern medicine now focuses on the entire person where health is evaluated. That is to say that none of our systems exists in a vacuum, and hearing health is no exception to that rule. Just as hearing loss can take a tremendous …

New Study Shows that 1 in 10 Adults in the US Suffer from Tinnitus

New Study Shows that 1 in 10 Adults in the US Suffer from Tinnitus

Mark Rahman, BC-HIS Hearing Health, News, Research, tinnitus

Tinnitus is the perception of sound without external sound stimuli. The condition is most commonly described as a “ringing” in the ear, but the perceived sound can be also be buzzing, tonal, hissing, clicking or even roaring noise. Tinnitus can be frustrating and distracting and is an indication of injury to the auditory system. The source of tinnitus varies from …