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When people think of hearing loss , they usually have an image of a senior with a clunky device attached to their ear. It’s an incredibly common stereotype, but also a very wrong one. Hearing loss can affect everyone. In fact, many people have slight hearing loss but they assume it to be normal so they don’t do anything about

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Modern hearing aids come equipped with a vast array of different features these days. And some of these smart pieces of technology could be essential to your comfort, so it’s worth discussing your needs with your audiologist when it comes to getting a hearing aid. In this guide, we’re going to explore some of the incredible features available on hearing

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Your hearing aid fitting could make a huge difference in your life. The change will be sudden and dramatic. As soon as it’s switched on, you will be able to hear sounds that you haven’t encountered in a long time. To make that change as easy and effective as possible, you want to choose the best hearing aid . But

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Hearing loss is never a pleasant thing to experience. It’s usually a sign that you’re getting old, but hearing loss can also happen as a result of exposure to loud noises . It’s a reminder that you’ve made some poor decisions in life, and it can be distressing thinking back and regretting your choices. However, thanks to modern technology, hearing

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ITC or in the canal hearing aids are designed to fit inside the ear canal for optimal discretion. If you suffer from hearing loss, but you don’t want to wear a highly visible hearing aid, an ITC aid could be an ideal option for you. If you’re weighing up the options, and you’re keen to see if an ITC hearing

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When it comes to selecting the right hearing aid , there are a number of factors to consider, including hearing loss needs, desired features and styles. Hearing aids are available in a number of different styles to meet the needs of every individual, but can be broken down into three main categories. In-the-canal (ITC) hearing aids ITC devices offer the

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Learning that you need hearing aids is a bit of an emotional roller coaster. There’s the stress of a major purchase along with the optimism of improving your hearing. With a little research and help from your audiologist, you will find the style and options that are best for you. Here are four questions to ask about hearing aids. 1.

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Although all hearing aids can improve hearing, people have different levels of hearing loss. This means that one type of hearing aid may be perfect for one person, but may be too small or not have the right features for another individual. Hearing aids have different levels of amplification strength, and different styles to accommodate different hearing loss levels and

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You’ve made the step: after months — maybe years — of living with undiagnosed hearing loss, you finally went to an audiologist and learned what you (and likely your loved ones) knew all along. Don’t worry: hearing loss is very common in the United States. In fact, more than 48 million Americans have hearing loss; it’s the third most health issue

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Are you ready to “roll out those lazy, hazy, crazy days of summer?” Picnics, trips to the beach, boating, swimming, golfing – there’s lots of fun to be had during the warmer months. But there are some activities that could pose some problems for your hearing aids. Here are some dos and don’t’s for summer hearing aid care . Do

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When a hearing healthcare professional fits you with a new hearing aid , it will greatly improve your hearing – but it will also take some time to adjust. To help you through this phase of your new listening lifestyle, here are some answers to why it’s necessary, how long it will take, and what you can expect along the

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The sense of hearing, like any other sense, is crucial to your quality of life. We only tend to realize the importance of a sense like hearing when we start losing it. If you want to know the real value of eyesight, ask someone who is rapidly losing their ability to see. Similarly, the sense of hearing is also often

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Are you ready for a spring break? Whether winter blues have you down and it’s time to head to the beach or you want to take one last ski trip, spring break is here. Travel at the end of winter and beginning of spring is all about doing something different. Make sure your hearing aids are ready for spring break

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Times have definitely changed, and you have a choice now as to which type and style of hearing aid you prefer. To find the best hearing aid type for you, work with your audiologist and consider your lifestyle, budget, hearing loss and dexterity needs. Once you have an idea of the type of device you’re looking for, take a moment

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It is estimated that nearly 29 million American adults could benefit from using hearing aids . If you find you have more difficulty hearing than you used to, you are likely experiencing hearing loss and should consider visiting an audiologist for a hearing test. Most hearing aid wearers find these devices dramatically improve their quality of life, but with so

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