Hearing Health Blog

Like any device, the constant use of your hearing aids may cause some wear-and-tear, affecting the effectiveness and quality of the device. In addition, hearing aids are delicate and can be susceptible to damage. When you experience problems with your hearing aids, you may be faced with the option of repairing or replacing them. Here is a guide to help

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We are all aware of what our hearing does for us, but it is something we can take for granted. Once you have irreversible hearing damage, it will have an impact on your quality of life. It is important to diagnose any hearing condition as early as possible, but it's also important to make sure you know how to protect

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When someone is experiencing some form of hearing loss, a hearing aid is usually the logical solution. When we expose ourselves to loud noises over time, this can damage our ability to filter frequencies. And this is why we need to ask the question, if exposure to loud noises damages our hearing, could hearing aids damage our hearing, as well? 

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As we get older, experiencing changes in our hearing is common. But we must remember that it is not something that happens overnight. When we are concerned that we are on the road to developing some form of hearing problem, we have to pay attention to the initial signs. If you believe you are experiencing some form of hearing loss,

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The average person hears sounds of less than 25 decibels (dB). This means that if you can only hear sounds from 30 dB and above, you may require hearing aids, as they act as amplifiers for ears that cannot hear so well. There are many reasons why you might need hearing aids, a common cause being hearing loss. However, the

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Getting hearing aids is just the first step to better hearing. Thanks to technology, these devices have made it easier for people who experience hearing loss to make sense of the sounds in their environment. Indeed, hearing loss and its related issues are not so rare in the United States, with about 15% of American adults 18 years and older

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Our sense of hearing goes beyond just the ability to hear sounds. It adds up to the complex makeup that enables us to walk upright and maintain balance. Many things depend on our ability to hear; hearing loss robs us of some of these primary motor functions and puts us in harm’s way. Studies have proven a direct link between

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Are you starting to notice that you don’t hear as well as you used to, especially after a noisy night - at the theatre, for example? Has your hearing been affected after years of working or living in a noisy environment? Did a sudden change in sound level result in you losing your hearing in both ears? If you answered

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Difficulty in hearing or hearing loss can change your lifestyle in several ways. In children, it may stunt their development in speech and language. For adults, studies show that hearing loss can lead to other conditions like headaches, high blood pressure, depression, withdrawing from social activities, and memory loss.  But despite these effects, many people still do not realize that

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For most people, hearing aids can transform their lives and help them live as normal as possible even after experiencing hearing loss . However, hearing aids are constructed using delicate components, which means you must take extra special care of them to guarantee a long lifespan. While your audiologist will have already discussed how to care for your hearing aids,

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