Hearing Health Blog

People who wear hearing aids didn’t just wake up and instantly decide that they should get some. It’s usually a process. It all begins with becoming increasingly aware that you’re struggling to keep up with conversations, because you can’t hear so well. Or perhaps your friends and family are telling you that you’re watching television with an increasingly loud volume,

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If you notice that you do not hear as well as you usually do, then it’s possible that you’re beginning to experience hearing loss. There can be many different causes of hearing loss. Perhaps the most common one is age-related matters. The older you are, the more likely it is that you’ll have some level of hearing loss. It’s important

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Protecting your hearing is an important part of looking after your general health, but too often, people don’t look at it that way. There’s too much riding on this, though, so it’s important you don’t overlook your hearing any longer.  There are lots of ideas that you might want to try out, as well as some important things that everyone

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If you've never used a hearing aid before or you're about to start using one for the first time, one of the things you might be wondering is how do you get the most out of it? There are lots of things to know about using your hearing device, and before you start on this journey, it's worth learning more

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Different kinds of hearing loss affect different areas of the hearing range. A low-frequency loss differs from the common high-frequency type of hearing loss and has certain signs indicating its presence. Watching for the signs early on and seeing an audiologist for treatment can help people regain their quality of life. Understanding low-frequency hearing loss Before addressing its signs, it

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Many people wonder whether having hearing aids will actually damage their hearing more so than it is already? It's a fair question, as many people report that after a few weeks of wearing hearing aids when they take them out, their hearing seems worse than it did before. However, while it might seem that this is the case, it is

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You may see hearing loss and dementia talked about together. While they are both more common as you get older, there is more to it than that as the two are actually linked.  Many people don't realize that hearing is actually a brain function, your ears collect the sound, and then your brain translates it into recognizable noises that alert

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Hearing aids have come a long way in recent years due to the advancements in technology . However, it is not just the hearing aids themselves, but the accessories that have also developed. There are now many additional items you can get to go with your hearing aids to get the most out of your hearing aids. Microphones You can

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Hearing aids might seem like they run off magic, but most models still rely on good old batteries to keep them going and keep your hearing at its prime. Depending on their model, patients should change hearing aid batteries every three to 10 days to achieve ultimate performance at all times. Fail to tackle this, and don’t be surprised if

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Technology and its vast capabilities are currently making themselves known in every corner of our lives. We communicate differently, shop differently, and even protect our homes with cutting-edge tech to hand. Hearing technology, too, has seen some groundbreaking additions/enhancements thanks to tech capabilities in recent years.  These changes stand to alter patient journeys through hearing loss for good and could

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