These Delicious Side Dishes Are Good for Your Blood Sugar and Your Hearing

According to the National Institutes of Health, those with diabetes are twice as likely to have hearing loss. Because we’re deep into the grilling months, we’re offering a couple of delicious diabetes-friendly side-dish recipes for your next cookout that will tickle taste buds, turn heads, and take it easy on your blood sugar. Stuffed Mushrooms […]

5 Tips to Protect Against Falls

How’s your balance? Falls are the second leading cause of accidental death, per the World Health Organization. They’re also associated with hearing impairment, which can affect your balance. According to research, falls are more common among people with hearing loss. In one study of more than 2,000 adults ages 40 to 69, patients with mild […]

Our Hearing Treatment Plans Do NOT End When a Patient Gets Hearing Technology

Treatment for hearing loss should not end with obtaining hearing aids. While Fauquier Hearing Services provides state-of-the-art hearing technologies for hearing loss and tinnitus (e.g. ringing or hissing in the ears), we recommend (and include in our treatment plans) exercises to retrain the brain to listen and to get the most out of sounds that […]

Get Dad Something Different This Year

“It’s ‘Dad,’ not ‘DAAAD!’” You might wonder from time to time, “Can he hear me? Or does he pretend he can’t hear me?” It might be time to give him the benefit of the doubt: According to the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders, men between the ages of 20 and 69 are […]

Did you know? Noise from Popular Hobbies and Activities Can Damage Your Hearing.

Spring is the season to go, go, go with lighter, longer days. Make sure you’re protecting your hearing during some of your favorite spring pastimes and hobbies with our quick spring hearing guide!   Motorcycles Being aware of your surroundings is essential for a safe ride. However, motorcycles can affect your ability to maintain that […]