Hearing loss is more that twice as common in adults with diabetes compared to those who do not have the disease, according to a new study funded by the National Institutes of Health. Twenty-one percent of the diabetics surveyed had hearing loss, compared to only 9% of no-diabetics. Of the diabetics tested, 68% of them were found to have hearing loss in the higer frequencies. Given these findings, diabetic patients and those at-risk for developing diabetes should have an annual hearing evaluation.
Aging (over age 50)
Working in excessive noise for years
Shooting guns, recreational noise (chainsaw, motorcycle etc.)
Fluid in the middle ear or ear infection
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|1991-1997||Nationally Board Certified in Hearing Instrument Sciences.|
|2004-Present||President of Advanced Hearing Aid Centers of CNY, Inc.|
|180 Credit Hours||Continued Education in Hearing Instrument Studies|
|40 Credit Hours||Hearing Aid Repairs & Modification Courses.|
|2001-Present||NYS Licensed Hearing Instrument Specialist/Dispenser|
NYS Licensed Hearing Dispenser Instructor
|1993-1997||Owner of Family Hearing Centers & Co-Owner Senior|
2605 Brewerton Road
Mattydale, NY 13211
1.) Do Family and Friends complain the TV is too loud?
2.) Is it hard to follow along in back-ground noise or in group conversation?
3.) Is it difficult to hear people that are not facing you?
4.) Do you sometimes hear, but can’t make out all of the words clearly?
EARLY DETECTION IS IMPORTANT!
If any of the above applies to you, schedule a complete free hearing evaluation today! Refer to our
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Robert D. DeMartino
Robert D. DeMartino
SOME CAUSES OF HEARING LOSS
Hearing loss and dementia are conditions that affect similar populations. Since many individuals do not seek treatment for their hearing loss, it is plausible that many patients seeking treatment for demetia have untreated hearing loss. One way to account for untreated hearing loss would be to conduct routine hearing screening on patients over the age of 55.
RECOGNIZING THE WARNING
SIGNS OF HEARING LOSS
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