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Hearing loss can be easily remedied these days with the use of modern hearing aids . There are many different hearing aid types that you might try, such as the behind the ear (BTE), in the ear (ITE) or in the canal (ITC). But the type you are expecting to have fitted, it’s important to get it properly fitted at a

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Hearing aids are one of the common ways that an audiologist will treat hearing loss, and they can help to improve the quality of your life. However, there is a lot to think about when it comes to hearing aids, and there are different styles that can help you to better improve your hearing as well as considering your lifestyle

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Tinnitus is one of the most common hearing problems that people experience. Tinnitus is not a condition but a symptom of other underlying hearing problems. These underlying problems are often ear injury, a damaged circulatory system or hearing loss related to aging. Tinnitus can get worse with age but treating the underlying causes will help. What causes tinnitus? There are

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There are so many different styles of hearing aids out there. Therefore, it is vital for you to choose the right one that fits your specific needs. Let's show you the three main styles: In the canal (ITC) ITC hearing aids are made to fit partly within the ear canal. As they are small, manageable and incorporate a wide variety

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Like all electronic devices, hearing aids are not meant to last forever. Small things can happen that cause them to malfunction and need repairs. Unlike with other devices, however, a hearing aid that doesn’t work can be more serious than a broken TV. Since a hearing aid is made of lots of small pieces, there are several reasons that it

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If you have recently noticed signs of hearing loss, and have been researching the best course of action to take, you’ve probably found out that it’s always advisable to have a consultation with a reputable audiologist. While audiologists tend to be easily contactable and accessible, however, many people feel a bit hesitant at first to actually call in and arrange

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One of the most important steps to getting the most out of your hearing aid, is the hearing aid fitting that you will have. Overall, the whole process is quite a simple one, but having the right hearing health professional will help. If you’re not sure what to expect at your appointment, then here are four things to expect and

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Looking after your hearing aid is of the utmost importance. It is a very delicate device and can you help us to live a fuller life. While hearing aids are getting smaller and easier to use, we have to ensure that we care for them properly. What are the key things to consider when looking after your hearing aids? Keep

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If you need to see a hearing health professional , the first step is always to find the best possible specialist available for you. If you take a look at the Internet, you will see that there are many different hearing health professionals to choose from and this can be a bit overwhelming. This is why you need to know

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For adults, identifying the early signs of hearing loss and making an appointment with an audiologist can sometimes be a bit tricky – but it is generally something that the individual in question can address of their own initiative. When it comes to children who are experiencing hearing loss, however, it falls to the parents to identify the tell-tale signs

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