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Hearing Health Blog

Wearing a hearing aid for the first time can open you up to a world of sounds that you haven't heard in a long time. Because of this, the experience can take a bit of getting used to, especially if your hearing loss developed over a long period.  If you are new to hearing aids , check out the following

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Hearing aids, like most of today's mobile electronic devices, rely on batteries. Here, we're going to run through some of the most common hearing aid battery questions that you might have. What types of hearing aid batteries are there? Hearing aid batteries can be split into two separate categories: rechargeable and non-rechargeable. In the past, the most common form of

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Hearing aids , like just like other electronics technology, continue to advance. Today's devices are smaller, offer more features, and operate for longer without requiring a battery change. Bluetooth is a relatively recent addition to assistive hearing devices , giving them the ability to communicate with a wide variety of compatible devices, such as smartphones, desktop computers, and televisions. What

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If you think that you might be suffering from hearing loss, it’s sensible to go for a hearing aid evaluation . A hearing aid evaluation comprises a consultation followed by a battery of tests to determine the nature and extent of any hearing problems you may have. Your hearing is a vital sense and an essential part of your daily

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Wearing hearing aids for the first time can be quite scary, not least because you don’t know what to expect. Whether your hearing loss has been confirmed by a hearing test or you’re due to visit the audiologist in the coming days, a little info on the experience and expectations associated with wearing hearing aids can be hugely beneficial. Here’s

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Conditions relating to lost hearing are among the most common in modern society, with around 50 million Americans suffering from hearing loss as we speak. However, only a small percentage allow themselves to get the support they deserve by wearing hearing aids . So, is it time for you to consider the prospect of wearing assistive hearing devices? The fact

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Hearing aids are fantastically helpful devices that are only getting more effective as the technology improves, increasing the clarity and power of amplification while offering all kinds of features that cater to the individual needs of the wearer. However, as impressive as that technology is, it’s also quite delicate. It’s not uncommon for the earwax, dirt, debris and moisture that

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Proactive maintenance and care for your hearing aids are essential. When you first receive your device from your audiologist , you might receive plenty of advice on how to keep it dry, how to store it at night, how to prevent it from getting damaged and how to keep it clean. While doing your part is important, there are also

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Hearing aids are used day-in, day-out. Because of this, they often require repairs . Even the best-engineered devices eventually wear out. The question for many people is what the most common hearing aid repairs are. Let’s take a look. A clogged connecting tube The connecting tube is a little wire that connects the “brains” of the hearing aid (the section

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Behind-the-ear (BTE) hearing aids fit comfortably on the outer ear and are usually attached to a custom-made earpiece. It’s a style that is very popular and the one that most people recognize when they are talking to their audiologist about the right hearing aids for them. It’s one of the most widely used types of hearing aid and they are

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