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Hearing a pulsing sound in your ear could indicate a serious health issue, explained Rebecca Lewis, AuD, Audiology Director of PNI's Adult and Cochlear Implant Program, in an interview for Healthy Hearing. “You might hear your heartbeat in your ear, even when you're just laying down, not exerting yourself. While it's often benign (not harmful), it's more likely to have an identifiable source, and may be the first sign of some kind of underlying condition,” says Rebecca Lewis, AuD. Ruptured Ear Drum, Ear Sound, Rare Disorders, Neck Surgery, Carotid Artery, Hearing Problems, Middle Ear, Cochlear Implant, Medical Help

Pulsatile tinnitus - when you can hear your pulse

Hearing a pulsing sound in your ear could indicate a serious health issue, explained Rebecca Lewis, AuD, Audiology Director of PNI's Adult and Cochlear Implant Program, in an interview for Healthy Hearing. “You might hear your heartbeat in your ear, even when you're just laying down, not exerting yourself. While it's often benign (not harmful), it's more likely to have an identifiable source, and may be the first sign of some kind of underlying condition,” says Rebecca Lewis, AuD.

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Subclinical hearing loss may be associated with cognitive impairment

The association between hearing loss and cognition may begin earlier than previously thought — even when patients are still considered to have normal hearing, according to a study published in JAMA Otolaryngology–Head Neck Surgery. “There has been growing data suggesting that age-related hearing loss is a risk factor for cognitive impairment and dementia,” Justin S. Golub,

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