Hearing Health Blog
One of the most frustrating conditions that people have to deal with is tinnitus. For most sufferers, it's just an annoyance, a noise in the background that isn't causing harm but does bug them through the day. For the rest, it's a constant and seemingly never-ending noise that goes from a distracting background sound to a devastating and isolating tune.
You’ve been diagnosed with hearing loss, talked with your hearing care professional, evaluated your device options and finally picked out the perfect pair for your hearing loss, lifestyle and budget needs. Next, you will have your hearing aid fitting appointment, which is incredibly essential to your listening experience. When preparing for your hearing aid fitting, expect the following four things
Whether it’s your first appointment with the audiologist or not, preparing for your hearing test in the right way is an incredibly important factor. Unfortunately, thousands of people are guilty of ignoring the crucial elements while also falling into the pitfall of making simple mistakes. Follow the simple dos and don’ts below to prepare yourself for the hearing test in
After visiting your audiologist and being advised that you need a hearing aid, they will guide you on what types of hearing aids are available, any additional features they may have and will recommend specific brands that are suitable for your budget. The most common types of hearing aids available are: In the canal (ITC) In the ear (ITE) Behind
Have you been having trouble with your hearing lately? Do you have to ask people to repeat themselves? Have you even started using subtitles so you can follow along with your favorite programs? If you answered yes, then it’s a sure sign you could benefit from the help of an audiologist . Such an individual provides hearing and screening testing