Hearing Health Blog

Whether you love to listen to the latest Spotify playlist as you walk to work or enjoy getting stuck into a great audiobook, you wouldn’t be alone in always checking you’ve got your headphones or earbuds before you leave the house. Teens and young people, especially, seem to value the privacy provided by a portable escape that enables clearer thinking,

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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

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Have you recently noticed a change in your hearing? Common signs of changes to your hearing include turning up the volume on the TV so that it is louder than normal or challenges hearing people in environments with background noise. If you notice a change like this, then you should consult with an audiologist. It is important to get treatment

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People often assume that only those of a certain age experience hearing loss. However, this is not the case. You can experience changes to your hearing at any age. It’s also worth noting that there are various types of hearing loss that have a range of causes. For instance, you might find that your hearing loss is due to a

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Identifying the early indicators of hearing loss and scheduling an appointment with an audiologist can be difficult for adults, but it is normally something that the individual in question can manage on their own. When it comes to children with hearing loss, however, it is up to the parents to recognize the warning signals and then make preparations for an

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Low-frequency hearing loss, often known as reverse-slope hearing loss, is a very uncommon type of hearing loss. This name comes from the way it appears on an audiogram, which is a standardized chart used by audiologists to measure hearing levels during the testing process. Normal hearing loss shows as a slope going the opposite way. How Reverse-Slope Hearing Loss Affects

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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

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Your hearing health isn’t just important to help you more aware of the sounds around you, but also to your overall wellbeing. From diabetes and cognitive decline to hypertension, hearing loss has been linked to numerous other health conditions. Hearing loss has been linked to hypertension for the following reasons:  Hypertension makes blood overwhelm blood vessels in the ear, causing

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Having your hearing tested is an important facet of monitoring the health of your auditory system. Whether it’s aging or exposure to loud noises, you may develop issues with your hearing and not realize it. Consider having a hearing test: Once every three years if you are aged between 18-years-old and 40-years-old. Once annually if you are aged above 60-years-old. 

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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.

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