Hearing Health Blog
A hearing test helps an audiologist to have a better understanding of the cause of your hearing loss, any medical conditions that may be influencing your hearing and your overall hearing abilities. Why is it Important to Have a Hearing Test Before Buying a Hearing Aid? Rather than purchasing a hearing aid without first having your hearing tested, it is
Aging is a natural process that cannot be avoided. It can, however, be delayed to some extent by adopting healthy habits and taking advantage of the latest advances in medical care. One of these breakthroughs includes hearing aids for seniors , which have been shown to reduce signs of aging. This blog post will explore how they work and why
Are you considering getting a hearing aid ? Have you always been curious about what it is like to use one but have never had the chance to try them out for yourself? If so, this blog post is just for you. First, you will get insight to some of the most commonly asked questions people have about using hearing
If you are like many people, you may be frustrated with your hearing aid batteries dying so fast. You may have even started to question if your hearing aids are defective or if they were made improperly. This article will address these concerns and shed some light on the situation. The five steps below should help you understand why this
Summer and the activities we like to engage in during the warm weather can be hard going on our hearing aids. Let's face it, when you have your hearing aids fitted, you are told to keep your hearing aids dry and away from moisture and humidity, but that's what summer involves – splashing about in the pool or the ocean
Hearing aids can be a life-changing experience with the right technology and settings. However, it’s important you understand how to correctly use your device and the controls to ensure you get the most out of the technology. How do you adjust a hearing aid volume? The design of a hearing aid enables it to adjust to various listening conditions faultlessly.
If you have a loved one who experiences hearing loss, then it is only natural that you might be concerned for how this change affects their life. There are real risks associated with untreated hearing loss, from feelings of depression and isolation to an increased rate of falls and other accidental injuries . Fitting hearing aids with the help of
When you experience hearing loss , you shouldn’t have to live with it for the rest of your life. Thanks to hearing aids and devices, there is no excuse. An audiologist can examine your ears and fit you with suitable hearing devices in a matter of minutes, eliminating the problem and enhancing your quality of life. Still, hearing aids can
Have you been hearing a continuous ringing, hissing, whistling, chirping or buzzing? This loud noise is commonly referred to as tinnitus, and it is very common in the U.S. In fact, it is estimated that more than 50 million adults live with this condition . Although tinnitus is usually associated with hearing loss, it doesn’t always cause hearing loss. Tinnitus
Loss of hearing is a condition that affects around 30 million Americans . While we tend to associate it with getting older, it can affect us at any time of our lives, and it can be exacerbated by degenerative conditions like Meniere’s Disease and hypertension. There’s even compelling evidence to suggest that conditions like diabetes can also affect hearing loss.