Hearing Health Blog

If you are trying to decide which hearing aid is going to be best for you, then something you need to look at are the features. Each hearing aid will have slightly different features to the others on the market, and it is up to you to decide what you need based on your individual circumstances. In this article, we

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Knowing when to seek help from your audiologist can save you time and hassle when it comes to hearing aid repairs. While day-to-day maintenance can help to minimize the risk of issues, there are times when professional hearing aid repairs will be needed.  To ensure you get the best performance from your hearing devices and to increase their lifespan, always

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In the canal hearing aids are larger than some of the other options that are placed inside the ear, but are still quite small. Small enough that they aren’t necessarily going to be visible to the everyday person walking past you, but big enough that you will be able to see them if you are looking for them. Down below,

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When you need advice and support with your hearing, your hearing health professional is there for you. They can talk you through everything to do with your internal and external hearing structure, and they can test your hearing for any losses.   The question is when you should see yours? There are a lot of hearing issues that you should

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As a hearing aid user, we know that battery life and hearing aid battery preservation is important to you. So, it's understandable that you would want the best information about how to care for your batteries, preserve battery life, and troubleshoot problems.  The great thing about hearing aid batteries is that they are fairly easy to store and care for.

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People with hearing loss are regularly encouraged to attend hearing aid fittings. A hearing aid fitting is a process in which a hearing health professional helps you to select and set up a hearing aid. But what exactly happens during these sessions? And how do audiologists fit assistive hearing devices? Let’s look: You’ll discuss different styles and technologies Hearing aids,

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Tinnitus is one of the most common health complaints in modern society, with between 10% and 20% of all Americans suffering from the condition to some level. If you believe that you are one of them, you must get the issue checked ASAP. Before seeing an audiologist , though, it’s important to educate yourself on the subject. Asking questions is

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Hearing aid fittings are designed to ensure you get the best auditory experience from your hearing devices. Whether you’re using in-canal hearing aids, in-ear hearing aids, or behind-the-ear hearing aids, your audiologist will use your hearing aid fitting to make sure you’re getting the most from your equipment. If you’ve never had a hearing aid fitting before or it’s been

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Audiologists are primarily associated with the treatment of hearing loss, hearing aid fitting and management. However, while it is true that audiologists do manage hearing health, the number of conditions and the ways in which they can help you are far more expansive – as we have outlined in more detail below.  Hearing health concerns  Audiologists can help with all

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The goal of a hearing test, which is best provided by an audiologist, is to ensure that any occurrence of hearing loss is addressed and that further risk to your hearing loss is prevented. Hearing loss affects over one-tenth of all adults in the country, including many who don’t fall into commonly known risk factors like exposure to loud noise

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