Arkansas Hearing Professional | Your Hearing
Hearing loss has many causes, symptoms and effects when untreated over time. Do you have ringing in the ears? We have a solution for Tinnitus! Schedule your your free hearing appointment to get started with your personalized hearing solution!
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Your Hearing

Hearing loss has many causes, symptoms and effects when untreated over time.

In fact, well over 30 million Americans, of all ages, report having some degree of hearing loss. Many of these people could reconnect themselves to the sounds they love if they chose to use hearing aids. Our goal is to help anyone who feels they may be experiencing the negative impact of hearing loss in their daily life take the first step.


If you, or a loved one, are ready for your free hearing appointment, simply submit your information on our Contact Us page and we will be in touch to schedule an appointment at your convenience.

Better Hearing may help reduce the likelihood of Dementia & Alzheimer’s

“Hearing Aids could delay or prevent dementia by improving patients’ hearing” -John Hopkins and National Institute on Aging

A recent study by John Hopkins Medicine and the National Institute of Aging report a correlation between untreated hearing loss and the development of dementia and Alzheimer’s.

The main cause for concern relates to a term called ‘auditory deprivation’ which means that instead of the brain actively processing sounds throughout the day, the decrease in sounds, due to hearing loss, reduces this stimulation of the brain. The reduction of brain activity from processing sounds and comprehending speech may play a big factor in the development of dementia in many cases.


“Seniors with hearing loss are significantly more likely to develop dementia over time than those who retain their hearing”


Untreated hearing loss can have an impact on more than just communication and relationships. It is now being reported to be linked to the increased development of dementia. Treating hearing loss with the use of hearing aids can be a very important step towards delaying or preventing dementia. We recommend that anyone experiencing hearing loss to take the important first step in addressing the issue by scheduling an appointment for a hearing consultation. 

Experiencing Ringing In The Ears?


We Have Your Relief! Persistent ringing in the ears is a condition called tinnitus that actually affects an estimated 50 million Americans, according to the American Tinnitus Association. This condition is caused by extensive damage to the inner ear hair cell nerves . It is commonly a result of overexposure to loud noises or from side effects from medicinal treatments. For many, this ‘ringing in the ears’ can be overwhelming and difficult to deal with on a daily basis.