INTERVIEW ON THE PRICE OF BUSINESS SHOW, MEDIA PARTNER OF THIS SITE.
Recently Kevin Price, Host of the nationally syndicated Price of Business Show, welcomed Dr. Amy Sarow to provide another commentary in a series.
Do you experience ringing in the ears? According to the CDC, tinnitus affects an estimated 50 million Americans, with 16 million experiencing chronic tinnitus. On its own, tinnitus is a symptom and not an illness. However, some find their tinnitus extremely bothersome, affecting sleep, concentration, hearing ability, or mood. Tinnitus has become more prevalent since the pandemic’s start, and there has been renewed interest in tinnitus treatment as a result. The literature does not yet support a direct connection between Covid-19 and tinnitus, but further research is ongoing to explore its relationship. While there currently is no cure for tinnitus, there are ways to live well and mitigate its effects. Dr. Amy Sarow is an audiologist and Forbes Health Advisory Board member on a mission to improve the hearing healthcare landscape to make a difference in patients’ quality of life.
Audiologist and Forbes Health Advisory Board member Dr. Amy Sarow shares why hearing healthcare is a part of overall health and wellbeing. Dr. Sarow’s work has been featured on publications such as KevinMD, Authority Magazine, Healthy Hearing, and Soundly. She promotes hearing healthcare to improve patients’ lives and reshape the healthcare landscape. In this episode, she explains why treating hearing loss can be one of the most impactful ways to improve quality of life.https://amysarow.com and https://www.forbes.com/health/medical-advisory-board/amy-sarow/ as well as useful information for consumers at https://www.soundly.com. Recently joined a live radio broadcast of NPR 1A as a guest expert in a discussion on the clinical use of masking noise for tinnitus.Find out more about her work at
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