Hearing Health Blog

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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There is currently no cure for tinnitus , but this doesn't mean that you can't rebuild your quality of life. When you have tinnitus, you have a constant or intermittent buzzing or whistling in one or both ears. Sometimes, this can be a mere annoyance in the background of your life. And other times, it can be a devastating condition

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While you may not know what to expect during a hearing test , it's an evaluation that you need to have performed if you're experiencing hearing problems. A hearing test is a painless and non-invasive evaluation, but you'll likely have multiple questions before your first appointment. Your audiologist should be able to make sure that you feel comfortable and ready

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If there is one thing that can make a significant difference to your quality of life, it's wearing hearing aids. They can amplify sound for you again where before, it was muffled. With the help of a hearing aid specialist, you're going to be able to reclaim some lost identity. Most of the time, those with hearing issues and hearing

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The purpose of a hearing test is to determine the nature and extent of your hearing loss. Hearing loss can take many different forms and so a proper hearing test is vital to help characterize it accurately. Regular hearing tests are also necessary because the type of hearing loss you have can vary over time. The first question that many

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Tinnitus can be a difficult condition to live with. While researchers aren’t entirely sure what causes it, many believe it may be the brain’s response to a lack of sound stimulation. If the brain receives insufficient auditory information through the ears (perhaps because of hearing loss ), it’ll start creating its own, leading to a reduction in the quality of

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Finding the right audiologist is essential. An audiologist is more than a health professional who is certified to deal with matters related to the ear; they are a partner and a consultant - somebody who can adjust to your needs as and when you need them. The job of an audiologist is much more involved than performing hearing tests and

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Hearing aids are incredible devices, making use of some very advanced technology to deliver levels of clarity, amplification and sound processing than ever before. As impressive as they are, there’s no denying that problems can arise with that technology that makes them much less effective than they need to be. If you’re having trouble with your hearing aid, your audiologist

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Hearing aids are one of the most popular forms of treatment that audiologists, like Desert Hearing Care, will offer to help patients with hearing loss, but that doesn’t mean that they’re a one size fits all solution. There are many kinds of hearings aids. Different types are suited to different levels of hearing loss , manual dexterity, lifestyle needs and

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Excessive noise is one of the most common causes of hearing loss and in the US, hearing loss is also one of the most common occupational illnesses. Those who work in construction or in law enforcement are exposed to loud noise in ways most people are not. Loud machinery can damage hearing but a single shot from a shotgun at

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