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Hearing loss is a serious issue that can impact your quality of life in a number of ways. Not only can hearing loss make it difficult to communicate with others, but it can also lead to cognitive decline. In this blog post, Hometown Hearing Centre, the top-rated hearing loss clinic in Cambridge, ON, will discuss the link between hearing loss and cognitive decline, and explore some ways to prevent hearing loss from causing cognitive issues.


Those who experience hearing loss may feel left out or frustrated when attempting to communicate with friends, family members, or co-workers. That won't be the case anymore. Hometown Hearing Centre in Ontario has provided a few tips on how to effectively speak to someone with hearing loss below. Contact our office near you to learn more.

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Do you find yourself repeating the same thing over and over to your elderly loved ones because they can’t hear? There is no need to worry, as it is a common occurrence. 1 in 3 adults suffer from hearing loss as they get older. The number rises to 1 in 2 adults, for ages of 75 and over. While it may be difficult and frustrating for both our loved ones and us, it is completely treatable. Let’s see how Hometown Hearing Centre in Ontario can help you with this, step by step.

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It may be pretty uncommon, but it is possible to suffer from partial hearing loss caused by earwax buildup. Earwax is actually very beneficial for our ear, because it traps dust and bacteria that would otherwise enter the ear. However, excess earwax can cause hearing loss for some people. Normally, the treatment of excess earwax is very easy, however improper cleaning may lead to much more serious problems, such as infection and hearing loss!

Learn more and contact Hometown Hearing Centre in Ontario for help!