Hearing Health Blog

Hearing impairment, deafness or hearing loss refers to the inability to hear sounds completely or partially. Symptoms might range from mild to moderate and severe to profound. Patients with slight hearing loss may have difficulty understanding speech, especially if there is a lot of background noise, but those with moderate deafness may require a hearing aid. Some people are profoundly

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When you take good care of your hearing aids, they will take good care of you. They will perform as they should for longer, and you won't have to replace them regularly. With this in mind then, it's important to consider the dos and don'ts of hearing aid care . By following the advice below, you will keep your hearing

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Are you planning a visit to your audiologist in the near future? If so, you’re in luck. In this post, we run through four of the most common frequently asked questions during your audiology appointments.  What caused my hearing loss?  Understanding what caused your hearing loss in the first place is essential for preventing it from getting worse, so many

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If you are one of the roughly 30-million Americans between 25-75 years of age who experiences hearing loss, you should take time to consider what type of hearing aids are right for your personal needs. Whether you are a homebody, an active gym member or a retiree taking it easy after a lifetime of hard work, then there is a

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A hearing test is carried out by an audiologist to help assess your hearing and to determine whether or not any treatment is needed to improve it. Just as with an eye exam, there are different types of hearing tests that can check for different conditions.  Understanding the different types of hearing tests can help you learn what to expect

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