Christmas party 1Paramus Award Program Honors the Achievement

Audiology & Hearing Aid Solutions has been selected for the 2018 Best of Paramus Award in the Hearing Aids & Assistive Devices category by the Paramus Award Program.

Each year, the Paramus Award Program identifies companies that we believe have achieved exceptional marketing success in their local community and business category. These are local companies that enhance the positive image of small business through service to their customers and our community. These exceptional companies help make the Paramus area a great place to live, work and play.

Family holidayIt’s said that “it’s the thought that counts” when it comes to giving gifts.

For those with, buying for someone with or simply concerned about hearing loss, part of that thought may be on how the item could affect one’s hearing or their day-to-day life. Audiology & Hearing Aid Solutions offers the following tips for what to buy and what to leave on the shelf this holiday season.

Image of man shoveling snow.Winter’s extreme temperature and humidity swings between the outdoors and heated buildings can wreak havoc on your hearing aids.

Your devices require special care and attention during this season to combat the condensation that can form inside them due to the frequent temperature changes. Condensation can lead to static buildup or harm their functionality.

Audiology & Hearing Aid Solutions in northern New Jersey offers the following tips to take care of your hearing aids this winter:

Image of Widex EVOKE F2 hearing aid and Iphone.Like most other modern devices, hearing aids are embracing technology, giving them capabilities that weren’t even considered not so long ago.

Audiology & Hearing Aid Solutions carries a number of Bluetooth-enabled hearing aids that take hearing technology to another level, able to make a reduction in background noise and an improvement in directional amplification of sounds you want to hear.

Hearing aids are increasingly becoming more connected, relying more on smartphone hearing options to improve the quality of life for those with hearing loss. Wireless connectivity essentially turns hearing aids into personal earphones, capable of streaming straight from your smart device.

Image of woman suffering from allergiesAllergies striking in the fall season can sometimes lead to temporary hearing loss or tinnitus (ringing in the ears).

An allergy is a common autoimmune disease, which is the body’s overly aggressive response to an allergen. Audiology & Hearing Aid Solutions, with six locations in New Jersey, reminds the public that up to 30 percent of American adults are affected by allergies, which can affect all three parts of the ear: outer, middle and inner.