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Hearing Health Blog

Sometimes people have a difficult time accepting they have some hearing loss. However, it’s important to remember that help is available. Once you see your audiologist for hearing tests and discuss the results, it’s likely that he or she will recommend hearing aids . While your audiologist is there to guide you through the process, selecting the hearing aid that’s

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Finding an audiologist can be a difficult task to undertake. It can become quite overwhelming not knowing what you need to know or ask when finding one for you or a loved one. Finding an audiologist can be as difficult for some as flying an airplane. But it does not have to be that way. Here are a few things

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Hearing aids come in a wide variety of shapes and sizes. Some fit in the ear canal, some go in the ear bowl and some even have cases that go behind the ear. There are also a number of different features that hearing aids can include. These features can alter the experience that you have while you use your hearing

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Not only is tinnitus difficult to pronounce (tin-ih-tus), for many people, it’s also hard to define. Tinnitus is a physical condition that causes a person to hear noises, such as ringing or buzzing, in the ears or head when no external sound is actually present. The word “tinnitus” actually means tinkling or ringing like a bell, which is a good

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Your hearing tests indicate that you will benefit from hearing aids. But before you take the leap, you want to be certain you’ve checked out all alternatives. While it’s tempting to consider purchasing hearing aids online or “off the shelf,” it’s likely you would find that purchase to be lacking. What is the importance of a hearing aid fitting ?

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Both hearing aid repairs and replacements can be extremely beneficial when it comes to making sure that you have fully functioning hearing aids to use. However, replacing your hearing aids can be significantly more expensive than repairing them. In fact, to get your hearing aids fully replaced can often cost over a thousand dollars. Repairs are typically a fraction of

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Audiologists do more than just offer hearing tests; they can treat many ear problems as well. Audiologists must obtain advanced college degrees in audiology, in addition to a number of other requirements. Audiologists are licensed by the state and are trained to evaluate hearing issues in people of all ages, from infants to adults. What conditions do audiologists treat? These

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Hearing aids are small highly sophisticated devices that do exactly what their name implies. They are aids to hearing. Hearing aids help you hear better, but they do not restore a lost hearing ability. No matter the brand, style or model, all hearing aids work on the same principles. Before you shop for hearing aids, here are some basics to

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Hearing aids can greatly improve many people’s ability to hear environmental sounds, hear a presentation even in a crowded public setting and stop missing important parts of everyday conversations; once you start to realize how much your new hearing aids enhance your life, you’ll never want to take them off again. Considering how many hours a day you wear your

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It might surprise you to know that, next to heart disease and arthritis, hearing loss is one of the top three most common physical problems in the U.S. At the same time, it can take up to seven years for those with gradual hearing loss to seek treatment from an audiologist . While part of that delay is just the

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