Hearing Loss is an Important Part of Caring for Your Health as You Age

Dr. David DekriekAge-Related Hearing Loss, Health, hearing health, hearing loss, Hearing Loss Treatment

Hearing Loss is an Important Part of Caring for Your Health as You Age

Having teenage children is the fastest way to realize how old you really are. They won’t fail to tell you how the music you listen to, the clothes you wear, and the words you speak belong to a bygone era. Another sign of aging comes from physical changes in your body. The signs of aging are generally understood to be … Read More

Understanding Sudden Hearing Loss

Dr. David DekriekHealth, hearing health, hearing loss, research, Resource

Understanding Sudden Hearing Loss

Most of us think of hearing loss as a product of aging or perhaps because of exposure to a loud jarring sound like an explosion. Sudden hearing loss is just that – hearing loss that occurs suddenly or just within a few hours. The first step to understanding any type of hearing loss, and getting treatment, is getting a hearing … Read More

Great Things to Hear This Holiday Season in Cerritos, CA

Dr. David DekriekCommunity, Events, News, Tips & Tricks

Great Things to Hear This Holiday Season in Cerritos, CA

Happy Holidays from Fidelity Hearing Centers! The holidays are here in Southern California and we can’t wait to get out and experience some winter fun. If you’re looking for something great to hear this season, check out some of the great music and performances happening around Cerritos. Southern California Brass Consortiu Free Holiday Concert 5:00-7:00 PM Sunday December 9, 2018 … Read More

Hearing Aids Keep Your Brain Healthy by Making it Easier to Connect

Dr. David DekriekBrain Health, hearing aids, hearing health, hearing loss, News, research

Hearing Aids Keep Your Brain Healthy by Making it Easier to Connect

November is National Alzheimer’s Awareness month, designated as such in 1983 by President Ronald Reagan. In that year, according to the Alzheimer’s Association, there were fewer than 2 million Americans living with Alzheimer’s disease. From then to now, that number has increased to an estimated 5.7 million people. This month is about raising awareness and educating ourselves about this prevalent … Read More

Common Questions about Hearing Loss

Dr. David DekriekHealth, hearing aids, hearing health, hearing loss, Resource

Common Questions about Hearing Loss

Have you noticed any changes in your hearing recently, or started to have difficulty following conversations? Do you have trouble hearing in places with a lot of background noise, or find it impossible to understand what your grandkids are saying? If you or a loved one has been having difficulty hearing, you might have a few questions about hearing loss. … Read More

The Impact of Noise on Hearing Loss

Dr. David Dekriekcauses, Health, hearing health, hearing loss

The Impact of Noise on Hearing Loss

Sounds surround us each and every day. From the moment we wake up to the time we close our eyes to dive into a deep slumber, we experience sounds. Either from sound emanating from our alarms to traffic to those coming from the television as we watch our favorite shows, these sounds are generally at safe levels and don’t cause … Read More

A Link Between Stress and Hearing Loss

Dr. David DekriekHealth, hearing health, hearing loss, Mental Health, News, research

A Link Between Stress and Hearing Loss

If you feel as though you are stressed out more often than you should be, you are not alone. Stress has become an increasingly prevalent issue in today’s society. The American Psychological Association has even begun to recognize chronic stress as a national public health crisis (http://www.apa.org/monitor/2011/01/stressed-america.aspx). According to a study by the association, about 44% of Americans surveyed reported … Read More

World Alzheimer’s Month: How Our Ears and Our Brains are Connected

Dr. David DekriekDementia & Alzheimer's, Health, hearing health, hearing loss, Hearing Loss Related Disease, hearing loss research, research

World Alzheimer's Month: How Our Ears and Our Brains are Connected

Most people understand that Alzheimer’s disease is a form of cognitive decline that causes memory loss and confusion. Beyond this knowledge, there seems to be a veil of misinformation, misperception and even stigma surrounding Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia. To help combat this, non-profit organization Alzheimer’s Disease International (ADI) has named September as World Alzheimer’s Month. The purpose … Read More