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People tend to clean their ears by themselves with items they can find at home. This may include little picks, it could include cotton swabs or it might even just be their finger. The correct way to self-clean your ears is to actually use a bit of warm water and a cloth. It’s something you can do in the shower

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Whether you have tinnitus , hearing loss, or any related condition, an audiologist is the best person to restore a sense of normality. However, it’s not merely a case of treating a health issue. In truth, attending to those problems can be the key to unlocking a better lifestyle. Here are just four ways in which an audiologist can support

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Choosing the right audiologist is key for to maintaining the health of your auditory system. An audiologist is a professional who can evaluate your hearing ability, provide a treatment plan and recommend the hearing aids that will be best for your particular needs. Additionally, the audiologist can help with other issues, whether it’s earwax impactions or balance problems caused by

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Audiologists might be focused on your ears but they can have a big impact on your overall quality of life. There are a number of ways that an audiologist can help you and they have a range of diagnostic methods to assess your condition and recommend treatments. Though your hearing is the most likely reason that you feel you need

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If you’re going to see an audiologist for the first time, you may be wondering what to expect. You may be slightly nervous, or you might be excited about the prospect of finding out more about hearing aids. If you’ve got your first appointment coming up, here are four things you can expect. 1. Your medical history If you’re attending

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Health should be a priority for all of us. If you hurt your leg or you kept having headaches, you probably wouldn’t think twice about seeing your doctor, but for some reason, many of us tend to ignore problems with our hearing. We may assume that hearing loss is part and parcel of aging or presume that issues will pass

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