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Taking care if your hearing is vital not just as you get older, but throughout your whole life too. It's one of our most important senses, helping us to do everything from staying safe on the road to enjoying music. If you notice any issues with your hearing or you just want to have a checkup, you will need to
Hearing aid fitting appointments can be highly beneficial. This is because during a hearing aid fitting you will find out whether or not your hearing aids physically fit, your hearing aids will be programmed for your specific needs, your questions will be answered and you will be given instructions on how to use and maintain your hearing aids over time.
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Are you one of the 48 million Americans with hearing loss ? Hearing loss is a common problem, affecting nearly one-third of all Americans. It doesn’t just affect older people, either; hearing loss can affect people of all ages. When going untreated, hearing loss can be a detrimental health condition, causing secondary and tertiary issues including depression, isolation and regression.
If you’ve recently been told you have hearing loss , you’re probably contemplating which hearing aid is the best. While all hearing aids are designed to help you hear the world around you better, there are certain styles, features and models available that would be more beneficial depending on your hearing loss needs, lifestyle and budget. All and all, there
When it comes to your hearing health, you want to make sure you’re in good hands. Searching for an audiologist can feel overwhelming whether you have too many options or simply don’t know where to start. There are a number of simple ways to locate an audiologist in your area, try these four easy methods: 1. The internet Finding an
If only hearing tests were like the exams from high school or college that you could study for and ace! But it’s just not like that. Perhaps it’s better to equate a hearing exam to an eye exam – easy and painless. If you’ve noticed a decline in your hearing in recent years or you find yourself turning up the
You wear your hearing aids every day and know how vital they are to helping you deal with daily events. Sometimes there may be a minor glitch or two, but nothing you haven’t been able to take care of with a good cleaning or a change of batteries. But sometimes things happen that can’t be fixed at home. When they
Did you know that about two to three of every 1,000 children in the United States are born with a detectable level of hearing loss in one or both ears? And that more than 90 percent of deaf children are born to hearing parents? While hearing loss in infants is a terribly prevalent problem, it’s important to catch and diagnose
In a perfect world, getting a hearing evaluation and buying a hearing aid would be easy, and would all be done through your audiologist. But it’s not a perfect world; and many hearing aids are sold by medical supply businesses who try to blur the lines between medical professional and salesperson. Bottom line: an audiologist , and only an audiologist,