Gender Differences In Hearing Loss - What Are They?
Does gender have a part to play when it comes to hearing loss? Who is more likely to get hearing loss first - men or women?Learn More
How Does Hearing Loss Affect Relationships?
Hearing loss can seriously impact your relationships with friends, family & loved ones. Learn why & how you can make changes to improve your communication.Learn More
Conquering Communication Breakdowns Caused by Dining
Just because you're hard of hearing doesn't mean you need to endure difficulties communicating at the dining table. Call us to find the right hearing aid for you.Learn More
Conquering Communication Breakdowns On The Phone Caused by Hearing Loss
Phone calls are one of the most difficult places for people who are deaf or hard of hearing to communicate.Learn More
Conquering Communication Breakdowns In The Car Caused By Hearing Loss
Car rides can present unique communication challenges for those with hearing loss. We have the right hearing aid for you. Contact us to find out more.Learn More
Conquering Communication Breakdowns At Home Caused By Hearing Loss
For those suffering from hearing loss, even the day-to-day communication that goes on at home can be a real challenge. Call us to find the right hearing aid for you.Learn More
What Is A Baseline Hearing Test And Why Do You Need One?
Ideally, you should have your hearing tested for a baseline hearing level when you’re between 21-50 years of age. Call us today to learn more.Learn More
How Much Are Hearing Aids and Will Your Insurance Cover Them?
The team at The Hearing Solution will help you determine what hearing aid technology best suits your lifestyle. Call us to get the maximum bang for your buck.Learn More
Hearing Loss and The Holidays: Tips for Hearing Loss at Gatherings and Parties
We're here to help you make the holiday season easier for you, despite your hearing loss. Contact our team to learn more about the hearing devices we offer.Learn More
What is Amptify and How It Can Benefit Your Hearing
Hearing aids can restore our access to sounds that we were unable to hear, but there is a crucial part of how we hear that can't be helped with hearing aids.Learn More
Why is Hearing in Noise So Hard?
Get in touch with the team at The Hearing Solution to find the hearing aid devices that meet your needs and augment your lifestyle. We look forward to help you.Learn More
Am I ‘Losing It?’ - The Connection Between Hearing Loss and Cognitive Decline
If you're worried that your hearing loss is connected with your lack of attention, call (916) 646-2471 to schedule a consultation or a hearing evaluation.Learn More
How Fast Will My Hearing Loss Progress?
If you have a hearing loss you probably have questions about the progression of this loss. In this article, we’re answering some of our own patient’s common questions.Learn More
Benefits of Lip Reading with Hearing Loss
If you have hearing loss, learning to lip read will help you understand a whole lot more of the conversation. Contact us now for help with your hearing loss.Learn More
Raising the Bar: What is Normal Hearing?
Are you suffering from a hearing problem or feel your hearing is impaired in any way? Feel free to schedule an appointment with our team today.Learn More
Recent Study Shows That Mild Hearing Loss Can Lead To Cognitive Decline
Recent research has shown that adults who develop age-related hearing loss also have a higher chance of cognitive decline.Learn More
4 Tips To Help Enjoy The Holidays With Hearing Loss
Getting through the holiday season can be difficult for people who are hard of hearing as they may feel left out. Don't let this happen to you. Call us for help.Learn More
What Is Auditory Deprivation?
Auditory deprivation can lead to a plethora of problems that can lower the quality of your life. Fortunately, we can help you. Schedule a consultation now.Learn More
Are Hearing Loss and Dementia Related?
Worried that your early signs of hearing loss are linked to dementia? We can help you. Call us to learn more about our unique approach to hearing loss treatments.Learn More
High Pitch Hearing Test – What it is and why you might need one.
Losing the ability to hear higher frequencies is different from other types of hearing loss, and requires specific solutions. Call us for a free consultation.Learn More
Sudden Hearing Loss – What Does it Mean and How is it Treated?
Are you experiencing rapid changes in your hearing ability or worried you're losing your ability to hear? Call us for help with finding the right hearing aid.Learn More
What Is Sensorineural Hearing Loss?
While there's currently no known cure for sensorineural hearing loss, we can help you deal with it with proper treatment and management. Call us to learn more.Learn More
What Causes Hearing Loss?
Are you suffering from hearing loss? Would you like to learn more about our comprehensive diagnostic testing in Sacramento? Schedule a consultation right away.Learn More
How Auditory Training Can Retrain Your Brain to "Hear" Better
Even mild hearing loss can change your brain. So, what does this mean and how does auditory training help?Learn More
The Hidden Link between Hearing Loss and Memory Loss
How do you know if you’re suffering from memory loss, hearing loss, or a combination?Learn More
Sound Therapy for Tinnitus to Reduce Ringing in the Ears
Tinnitus is the perception of a sound without an external sound source and is most often described as a high pitched ringing or buzzing.Learn More
Eating Out with Hearing Loss
Eating out in Sacramento restaurants can be a challenge for people with hearing loss. Read our tips to enjoying a fine meal with your friends and loved ones.Learn More
Protect Your Hearing During Exercise
A healthy lifestyle involves exercise and protecting your hearing during those moments is important. Consider some tips here.Learn More
Exercise and Your Hearing
Exercise can have great benefits for your hearing. Learn more about why this is true from this article describing how to take advantage.Learn More
Popcorn and ear plugs?
Hearing experts recommend people start wearing ear protection when exposed to 85 decibels or more for prolonged periods. Need help with hearing loss? Call us.Learn More
Are movies getting too loud?
Summer blockbusters are about to hit theaters, but could those movies be harmful to your health — specifically, your hearing?Learn More