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Figuring out whether you have hearing loss can be challenging. Most people go for years before they realize they have a problem. Unfortunately, the longer you wait to get help, the more difficult it is to slow down the progression of the condition. People with hearing loss can experience secondary conditions, such as tinnitus and depression, if they don’t get help

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Living a happy, fulfilled and enjoyable life is something that many people take for granted. Having purposeful conversations with loved ones, listening to music and participating in meetings at work is something that people with clear hearing get to experience every single day. However, when you’re faced with the prospect of hearing loss, you don’t always get to benefit from

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For one reason or another, hearing aids have had a stigma attached to them as years have gone by. Many people equate having hearing aids to getting older or being elderly, but this can have a huge impact on the health and quality of life of people who require hearing aids on a day-to-day basis. When someone avoids getting hearing

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A common prescription for tinnitus or hearing loss is hearing aids, which is becoming more and more openly talked about amongst patients and communities. Tinnitus is often described as a constant ringing or buzzing in your ear and can be caused by a number of different things, from work environments to genetics. If you’re interested to know how hearing aids

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You don’t have to master sign language to communicate with the hearing impaired. Realistically, you just need to make some simple adjustments to properly communicate with them. Hearing loss is a spectrum, some people may be completely deaf while others may struggle to hear certain tones or pitches. Hearing loss is far from being a one size fits all impairment either.

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Hearing aids are incredibly common and offer the wearer an even better quality of life. Hearing issues are also very common; millions of people each year are diagnosed with hearing loss. That is why hearing aids can provide numerous benefits. Your audiologist will be able to speak to you relating to the types of hearing aids available and how they

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Many people who wear an analog hearing aid and want to use a mobile phone at the same time must make sure that the two devices are compatible with each other. Otherwise, there is a risk that annoying noise will arise when making a phone call, when the hearing aid and the mobile phone meet. These range from a monotonous

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Your hearing is very important, but it is something that often taken for granted until there’s you begin to experience hearing loss .  If you notice some of the symptoms of hearing loss such as needing to turn up the TV or radio or not being able to hear normal conversations. Some people also experience a ringing in their ears

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Hearing loss is becoming increasingly common throughout the population , but did you know that in many cases, hearing loss is caused by exposure to excessive noise? Protecting your ears from this repeated exposure to noise can reduce or event prevent noise-induced hearing loss altogether.  This is where ear protection comes in. It is essential in protecting the delicate structures

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There’s a lot you’ve got planned to do during the summer, and you want to be able to enjoy every single moment! But when you’re living with hearing loss, you’ve got a few more things to keep in mind during your summer activities.  Namely, you’re not sure how to take care of your hearing aids as you travel or go

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