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When you get a new pair of hearing aids, there are many things you will need to do to keep them working to the best of their ability. Your hearing is incredibly important, and getting a hearing aid fitted can be the difference between a good quality of life and a bad one.  Once you have a hearing aid fitted

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If you’re ready to start using a hearing aid to improve your hearing then there are a number of different styles to choose from.  But if you’re wondering which one is the best, that’s a difficult question to answer. Different people prefer different types that fit in with their lifestyle.  Here are the main styles of hearing aid that your

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After prolonged exposure to loud music, it is not uncommon for most musicians to experience hearing loss. This condition is especially prevalent among those who often perform to a live audience. Apart from musicians, anyone else is prone to experiencing hearing loss. Fortunately, there are various types of treatment available you may want to consider if you experience the following

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A lot of people assume that hearing loss is something that only impacts people as they get older. While hearing loss can occur as we age, it can happen due to several other reasons. If you suspect that you may have hearing loss, it is vital to get in touch with a hearing health professional as soon as possible so

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There are few things associated with getting older that people want to go through. Hearing loss can often be one of the more detested aspects of the process. That can be because of how frightening and confusing the overall journey is. If you’ve been told about completely-in-canal (CIC) hearing aids as an option for you, then you might want to

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If you’ve invested in your quality of life by getting a hearing aid, it makes sense to take care of it. Remembering a few basic precautions can prevent you from needing to visit a hearing health professional for hearing aid repairs . With that in mind, here are six tips to help you prevent physical damage to your hearing aid.

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Hearing loss in one or both ears is common, with one in eight people experiencing some type of hearing loss during their lifetime. The most common cause of hearing loss in adults is aging. For children, the most common cause is genetics – which hearing care provider will often diagnose at birth or soon after. The third most common cause

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We don’t consult hearing health professionals on a regular basis. While we may visit the dentist twice a year, an optometrist once every two years and doctors for regular checkups, we only really see a hearing health professional when we experience changes to our hearing or other symptoms such as those of tinnitus. This means that when many of us

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Coming to terms with experiencing some form of hearing loss is never easy, and if you are about to visit a hearing instrument specialist to fit your hearing aid or aids, you need to know what to expect. When you are told you need assistance with your hearing, you need to be prepared for your hearing aid fitting so you

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What is the best way to find out if you have hearing loss? You could go to your doctor’s office and get a hearing test. Luckily for you, there are many options available that will allow you to take an easy home hearing test in the comfort of your own home! This article talks about everything you need to know

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