What You Should Know About Asymmetrical Hearing Loss

If your hearing loss is worse in one ear than the other, you may have asymmetrical hearing loss. Here is what you need to know about asymmetrical hearing loss. What is asymmetrical hearing loss? Asymmetrical hearing loss refers to a condition in which there is a difference in hearing ability between the two ears. This …

How to Train Your Brain to Better Hear in Noise

When you listen, you focus on one source of sound, such as the voice of the person you are talking to or the TV show you are watching. Your brain automatically filters out background noise, such as traffic noise, background music, or other conversations happening around you. This can be difficult in some circumstances, and …