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Whether you’re new to hearing aids or have decided that it’s time for a change, one of the most important decisions revolves around finding the right type of device. With a plethora of styles to choose from, you may be wondering if in-the-ear (ITE) devices are the right option for you. Thousands of American hearing aid users are turning to

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Dementia and hearing loss seem like two completely separate health problems, and it could shock you to find out that there may be a link between these issues. However, there is a great deal of evidence to show that the two are related, and many researchers have put forward respective theories as to why. The symptoms of dementia include a

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The vast majority of hearing aids require a battery to run. On average, these last anywhere from 3 to 10 days, but should reliably last up to two weeks. So, why don’t they? In part, many fail to take care of their batteries as they should. Here, we’re going to look at some battery care tips to make sure you

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What is a hearing health professional ? Essentially, they’re specialists in everything surrounding hearing health. A lot of people don’t know this, but they can help you with so many different aspects of your hearing. It’s well worth going to see one to seek out treatment and we find that it helps to understand how they can help. Keeping that

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If you’ve recently had a hearing test and found out that you needed hearing aids, then your audiologist will have invited you to a hearing aid fitting . A hearing aid fitting is a consulting session where you and a professional choose a hearing aid and correctly calibrate it for your unique variety of hearing loss. Knowing ahead of time

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Tinnitus is something that affects many people, regardless of age or occupation. Whilst you may be affected by a ringing (or another noise, such as whistling) in the ear throughout the duration of your life, there are many people who are affected by tinnitus for short periods at a time, and it can come and go. Whatever age group you’re

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One frustrating part of having a hearing problem can be a balance disorder. A balance disorder is where someone feels unsteady and essentially, dizzy. Because the labyrinth organ inside our inner ear is such an important aspect of our balance system, we need to find if this is the source of balance problems. When suffering from hearing problems an audiologist

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Hearing aids are sophisticated devices. And just like any other high-performance device, they need a degree of care to keep them in good working order. Knowing how to care for your hearing aid, however, can be a challenge if you’ve never done it before. Here are some tips for caring for your hearing aid that will help it last longer

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A professional ear cleaning isn’t always necessary. We all produce earwax, which plays a vital role in containing and removing bacteria and debris from the ear. However, some people produce more than others and enough of it can become a significant problem. Here are some signs you’re in need an ear cleaning from your hearing health professional. 1. A blocked

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Just like adults, children can also get hearing loss . However, the source of their hearing loss is often different from that of adults. Current estimates suggest that more than 34 million children worldwide suffer from some kind of hearing loss, making it a relatively common global problem. Sometimes parents do not immediately discover that their child has hearing loss;

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