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Warning Signs Of Hearing Loss You Shouldn’t Ignore

October 25, 2022

Hearing loss is something that it is perfectly possible to live happily and fully with, as long as you get the appropriate treatment at the right time. However, it’s important that you are not doing anything to allow your hearing loss to worsen, and a big part of that is making sure that you take […]

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3 Factors That Influence Cerumen Production

September 22, 2022

Cerumen or “earwax,” is a natural substance your body produces to protect your ear canal. While it may seem like something you have spent most of your life trying to remove, it actually serves a purpose in cleaning the ears and is an important part of your hearing system. What is Cerumen? Cerumen is a […]

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5 Common Hearing Loss Myths

August 25, 2022

Hearing loss is not as simple as it seems, as hearing loss can be a complex condition that is brought on due to a variety of different influencing factors. Far too many people have false information and impressions surrounding hearing loss, but this lack of clarity does nothing besides discouraging those who need a hearing […]

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How to Charge and Clean Your Hearing Aids

July 27, 2022

Upkeep is an essential aspect of owning and maintaining your hearing aid. With the proper care and attention, your hearing aids can go long periods without the need for professional cleaning or repairs. Although emergencies and accidents can take place, fortunately you can help to minimize the risk by understanding how to clean and charge […]

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What are the Most Common Hearing Aid Repairs?

June 20, 2022

Hearing aids are reliable devices that you can depend on for years. According to some experts, the average hearing aid should last you three to seven years or even longer, depending on how well it’s maintained. However, your hearing aids are made up of tiny, fragile and intricate parts, so they can easily break and […]

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3 Things to Ask Your Audiologist about Hearing Aids

May 17, 2022

Hearing aids are now one of the most common means of helping people with various hearing loss issues improve their hearing. While hearing aids themselves do not treat or fix a person’s natural hearing, they make it easier for you to hear and get back to your normal life. But before you decide you need […]

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Can Hearing Aids Be Reused?

April 18, 2022

Hearing loss is certainly a huge problem. Researchers have found that around 40-million people are going to have hearing impairment by the year 2025. This number is said to rise up to 53 million by the year 2050. If you have hearing loss or if you struggle to pick up on certain sounds, then you […]

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What is Tinnitus and How is it Treated?

March 28, 2022

Tinnitus is a well-known hearing condition that many people experience, and that is usually thought of as a ringing in the ears that doesn’t go away. It’s important to note, however, that tinnitus is not actually a disease, but is rather a symptom or side effect of different conditions that you may be experiencing. It’s […]

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What To Expect At Your Hearing Aid Fitting

February 21, 2022

Scheduling an appointment with a trusted audiologist to perform a hearing aid fitting can be such a relief for those who experience hearing loss, as it can offer a kind of light at the end of the tunnel. You can expect many different things to take place during your hearing aid fitting, as it’s a […]

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When Should You See a Hearing Professional?

January 31, 2022

Hearing loss is widespread and occurs between the age of 65 and 75. However, it can happen at any age and shouldn’t be dismissed as something that only happens to older people. Loss of hearing can begin from the age of 25 onwards and is made worse by excessively loud sounds, ear trauma and wax […]

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