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Probably you've noticed that you're getting lost in a conversation or hearing words incorrectly. Or your family is always complaining about how the television is too loud. And almost certainly, your family and friends think that you should get your ears checked.      If any of these situations is a normal occurrence, you're likely one among the millions of

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Tinnitus is mainly caused by exposure to loud noise such as music or as a side effect of some non-prescription or prescription medications, however there are several different things that can contribute to its symptoms. Tinnitus can often be prevented in many cases with the right measures, from proper protection to acknowledging loud environments. The following are some ways you

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Persuading a family member to give hearing aids a try can be a tricky task, especially if they are not convinced by the benefits that a hearing aid can bring to their life. Perhaps they have held some misconceptions that are leaving them unenthusiastic about the idea of wearing them, or have other personal or financial reasons that are making them

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Many new hearing aid wearers have some anxieties about their devices and the level of comfort they will experience when wearing them, especially those who might not be fans of earplugs. The biggest concern and question people find that they ask themselves is will my hearing aid fit comfortably? Hearing aids are only uncomfortable when they aren’t properly fitted by

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We all need our senses to be performing perfectly as we get on in this life. Most things like hearing, sight and smell are only really valued when they’re gone – or when they’re not doing as well as they once did. Hearing is something that is especially taken for granted due to the fact that our ears are used

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Most people don’t know what to expect when they visit an audiologist for the first time. With around one in eight US citizens living with hearing loss , though, appointments like this are a lot more common than you might expect. Hearing experts work extremely hard to make sure that their patients get the treatments they need, but the process

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Hearing aid technology is always improving, with manufacturers and engineers across the world working to advance these devices and improve user experience. Many of the latest features you’ll find revolve around reducing interference, producing natural sound, and removing the need for induction loops to make hearing aids work properly. Whether it’s turning up the television or adjusting the volume during

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Hearing aids are incredible tools that can provide those with hearing loss with a unique opportunity to improve their sense of sound. These devices have advanced dramatically over the last few decades, with modern examples including wireless functionality, rechargeable batteries, and a host of other features to improve user experience. Despite these improvements, though, these devices aren’t indestructible, and their

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If you are one of the 50 million Americans that experience hearing loss , it's very likely that hearing aids will form an integral feature of your ongoing management plan. Before buying hearing aids , though, it's imperative that you prepare yourself for the process ahead.  After all, without the necessary education, you'll never unlock the full potential of wearing

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Tinnitus, or ringing in the ears, is more common than many of us realize – and yet we think of it as a rare disorder. It isn’t – approximately 50 million Americans – that’s around 15% of the population – experience or as dealt with tinnitus in the past. Tinnitus, while not a life-threatening condition, can be very inconvenient and

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