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Hearing Health Blog

If you’re in the market for hearing aids , then you may be wondering if they can damage your hearing. The truth is that there’s no reason to be concerned as long as you get the proper fit and know how to use them correctly. It’s best to work with an audiologist if you need to be treated for hearing

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The primary purpose of hearing aids, as you may well know, is to combat hearing loss and the symptoms that come along with it. By amplifying noise levels around you, they can help restore your range of hearing to a healthy level. This can make it much easier to communicate, to enjoy music and to pick up sounds that you

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Hearing aid technology has rapidly and greatly improved over the past ten years, in large part due to the fact that they're more interconnected with digital technology than ever before. This includes increased connectivity with smartphones, which can allow for a lot more customization of your experience, as well as controls that you simply wouldn't be able to fit on

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Tinnitus is a symptom that can plague those afflicted with it for years. It can be both an audiological and neurological condition that can present intermittently, persistently, at varying intensities, over the years. It is as varied as it is a hindrance for those who have it. As such, audiologists are eager to try and help those living with tinnitus

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Your audiologist is here to help every step of the way through your hearing health journey. Whether you’ve just been diagnosed with hearing loss or you’re looking to update and upgrade, helping you choose a hearing aid is one area that they can offer a lot of expertise. Here, we’re going to look at the most common types of hearing

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While hearing aids are the most widely recommended form of treatment for hearing loss, it’s not advised that you purchase one without discussing your options with an audiologist. Instead, you need to undergo the proper hearing tests to determine your type of hearing loss. An audiologist can carry these out for you and you’ll learn precisely what's wrong with you

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To the average person, hearing aids are just small devices that help improve your hearing. But, did you know that there is so much technology built into these tiny things? It may not seem like it, but hearing aids have become highly advanced over the last decade or so. New advancements are coming every year and this excites every audiologist

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When it comes to your hearing aids , there’s one specific aspect that demands a lot of care and attention: the batteries. A lot of issues with these devices usually stem from poorly looked after hearing aid batteries, which is why we want to help! In this article, we’re going to cover everything to do with hearing aid batteries. This

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Are you having issues with your hearing? When you speak to an audiologist , they will test your hearing. If the test reveals a level of hearing loss, then hearing aids will typically be the recommended form of treatment. Hearing aids can provide you with the best quality of life and ensure that you have the level of support you

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Today, there are a multitude of different hearing aid styles on the market, and to many the options on the table can be bewildering, to say the least. With this in mind, we thought we would take you through some of the most popular and most common styles of hearing aid and explain what you can expect from each one.

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