Hearing Health Blog

When most people think about hearing loss, their first concern is not being able to hear what people are saying to them, even at a close distance. But, as hearing loss progresses , some people notice that they aren’t able to communicate as effectively with others.  Speech problems are most commonly found in those who have had hearing issues since

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Nothing in this life is more important than your health. But while most people are happy to visit their general practitioner for an annual physical and checkup, a far smaller percentage of the population get their hearing checked on a regular basis. Given that over 50 million Americans experience some type of hearing loss, the importance of a hearing test

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Hearing loss affects over 50 million people in the United States alone. Unfortunately, many cases go undetected until the hearing loss becomes severe or profound. Regular hearing tests with an audiologist allow you to identify the issue far sooner, which can help you manage the condition in style. Nevertheless, prevention is the best form of protection and is the best

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If you are a member of the 15-20% of the population that experiences hearing loss, hearing aids are likely to be the most effective tools at your disposal in the bid to manage the situation. However, a lot of users fail to experience the full benefits of hearing aids . And those problems can be attributed to a host of

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Hearing loss can affect a variety of aspects of your life. While conversations face-to-face and in noisy places can become an issue, hearing loss can also affect phone conversations. While you would think that by holding the phone speaker to your ear that it would help you to hear what the other person is saying, often, you will still find

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Hearing loss is something that affects up to 20% of Americans . For many people, the signs at the start of losing your hearing may not be fully apparent. Often, the changes are so gradual over a very long period, then you may not notice them.  It may take friends, family members or partners to tell you that you have

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If you experience profound hearing loss, then this can have an impact on your life. You may find it hard to follow conversations in busy environments or even clearly hear the person that you are talking to over the phone. You may find that you have the television turned-up louder than you may once have done, and people around may

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Hearing tests are employed to determine whether an individual is displaying signs of hearing loss and to detect changes since the previous appointment. Hearing tests are not pass or fail exams, and sometimes, the results are not clear cut. If you’ve recently had a hearing test, which you passed, but you struggle to hear in some scenarios or settings, you

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Hearing aid batteries need changing on a regular basis, but there are ways you can maximize performance and prolong life expectancy. If you’re keen to save time and money by getting the best out of your hearing aid batteries, here are some tips and tricks to take on board.  Making your hearing aids last longer If you can make your

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If you have hearing loss , regular phone conversations can become difficult if the sound is not clear and loud. It can become even more challenging when trying to converse on the phone if you’re out and about, and there is background noise to contend with. Technology has advanced at lightning speed in recent years, and you only have to

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