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If you are worried that you may have hearing problems, it is important to get the professional assistance you need sooner rather than later. After all, the last thing you want is for the problem to get worse. With that being said, in this blog post, we are going to take a look at the different signs of hearing loss

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A rechargeable hearing aid is one that has batteries that are built-in. This means that the batteries do not need to be removed and replaced on a regular basis, as is the case with hearing aids that use traditional disposable batteries. Instead of removing the batteries from the device, the hearing aids will simply be docked every night on a

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Many people who have a hearing test as adults do so because there is an issue with their hearing. They’ve noticed a decrease in the range of sound that they can hear, so they book a hearing test with a hearing instrument specialist in the hope that they could get some answers. In most cases, hearing loss is due to

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Children undergo hearing tests for a variety of reasons, but usually hearing tests for children are routine. There are those that sit outside the usual routine tests when a problem arises, and when a child has hearing loss it’s better if this is identified as early as possible in life so that provisions can be made. When children have hearing

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Hearing aids are devices that sit either in or on the ear to help you to hear sound clearer than before. They are run on batteries, and they come with a microphone that picks up on the various sounds in the area around you, which are processed electronically and then amplified. This gets passed onto the receiver and converted into

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Although hearing loss can be frustrating and isolating, many people assume it's a natural part of the aging process. Unfortunately, this reduces the number of people who seek help for their hearing loss and leaves that at risk of further health issues.  Your hearing function plays a major role in your health and your day-to-day life. By allowing hearing loss

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If you suffer from hearing loss and associated tinnitus, hearing aids could improve your auditory experience and minimize the symptoms of your condition. Whether you're affected by a constant buzzing in both ears, an intermittent ringing in one year or a low-level whooshing sound, hearing aids could provide relief from the symptoms of tinnitus. Is tinnitus caused by hearing loss?

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Characterized by a ringing, buzzing or whooshing sound in your ears, tinnitus can be a frustrating condition to deal with. Although it’s not usually associated with any serious medical conditions, experiencing regular or constant noise can interfere with your day-to-day activities and affect your quality of life.  Many people assume that tinnitus only refers to a constant ringing in your

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Hearing aids are commonly recommended for people who find it difficult to hear, particularly in cases when hearing has clearly deteriorated over a period of time. If you’ve been struggling to keep up in conversations or meetings, you find yourself asking friends to repeat themselves, or you’re constantly turning the volume on the TV or radio up, you may be

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Tinnitus is a very common condition, but it’s often poorly understood. Many people who experience ringing and buzzing sounds in their ears don’t really understand why. In many cases, tinnitus is linked to hearing loss , but it is possible for those who have tinnitus to be able to hear well, and for people with hearing loss to display no

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