Sound AdviceTrent Essner, Au.D. Cathy Willen, Au.D. Steve Brown, Au.D.Diabetes: A Risk Factor ForHearing Lossdamage to the delicate blood vessels of theinner ear which in turn may lead to hearingDiabetes and hearing loss are two of the most loss. Regardless, individuals with diabetesprevalent health concerns in the United States. (and prediabetes) need to be mindful of theNearly 30 million Americans have diabetes, andover 34 million have hearing loss.A recent study found that hearing loss is twiceas common in people with diabetes as it is inthose who don't have the disease. Of the 84million Americans that have prediabetes, therisk of hearing loss is 30 percent higher thanfor individuals with normal bloodglucose levels.Researchers believe that elevated blood sugar hearing changes over time.levels associated with diabetes may cause9increased risk for hearing loss and have theirhearing assessed regularly by an audiologistas part of their diabetes treatment plan.If you or someone that you know has diabetesbut has not had a recent hearing assessment,please consider a visit to an audiologistto have your hearing thoroughly evaluated.Even if you feel that you have good hearing,an updated hearing assessment can serve a:sa baseline to see how yourSound Advice201 South Mt. Auburn Road, Cape Girardeau, MO 63703(573) 651-3404HEARINGDOCTORS

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Sound Advice Trent Essner, Au.D. Cathy Willen, Au.D. Steve Brown, Au.D. Diabetes: A Risk Factor For Hearing Loss damage to the delicate blood vessels of the inner ear which in turn may lead to hearing Diabetes and hearing loss are two of the most loss. Regardless, individuals with diabetes prevalent health concerns in the United States. (and prediabetes) need to be mindful of the Nearly 30 million Americans have diabetes, and over 34 million have hearing loss. A recent study found that hearing loss is twice as common in people with diabetes as it is in those who don't have the disease. Of the 84 million Americans that have prediabetes, the risk of hearing loss is 30 percent higher than for individuals with normal blood glucose levels. Researchers believe that elevated blood sugar hearing changes over time. levels associated with diabetes may cause 9 increased risk for hearing loss and have their hearing assessed regularly by an audiologist as part of their diabetes treatment plan. If you or someone that you know has diabetes but has not had a recent hearing assessment, please consider a visit to an audiologist to have your hearing thoroughly evaluated. Even if you feel that you have good hearing, an updated hearing assessment can serve a:s a baseline to see how your Sound Advice 201 South Mt. Auburn Road, Cape Girardeau, MO 63703 (573) 651-3404 HEARINGDOCTORS

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