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The prospect of wearing hearing aids can be quite scary, but this could be the key step to restoring your health and comfort. Therefore, visiting an audiologist to gain an accurate diagnosis and advice on the next moves is vital. In truth, no two people are the same, so finding the best solution for your ears and condition is top

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Hearing aid repairs are unavoidable. With an average lifespan of five to seven years, chances are your devices will need some sort of repairs or upkeep during their use. While hearing aid repairs can be something as simple as replacing cracked tubing, there can be more extensive issues like water damage to the electronic components. To help keep your devices

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Don’t buy hearing aids until you read this article. There are three things you absolutely must know about hearing aids before you see the audiologist. 1. Hearing aid technology has changed Forget everything you have heard about hearing aids making your ears feel plugged or your voice sound funny. Today’s hearing aid styles go far beyond what you may have

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When you are considering the type of hearing aid that fits your needs, there is more to look at than just style. The unit may sit in your ear or behind your ear. But there are other choices to be made, including hearing aid features that go beyond what the hearing aid looks like. Today’s sophisticated digital technology offers options

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If you have hearing loss, getting fitted with hearing aids can greatly enhance your ability to fully interact with the environment and people around you. Once you’ve been wearing them for a while, you’ll never want to go anywhere without them. That’s why, when your hearing aid stops working well or working altogether, it’s important to get them fixed as quickly

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These days, there are many options when it comes to hearing aids . Your audiologist will recommend one or more styles based on your degree of hearing loss, ear anatomy, manual dexterity and budget. Here is a brief explanation of the different styles. Behind the ear (BTE) This is the most common style of hearing aid sold today. The hearing

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Elderly people are at a much higher risk for hearing loss . This is because hearing damage can accumulate over many years. Also, as the body ages, it can become more susceptible to problems such as hearing loss. Hearing loss is so common in elderly individuals that over 50 percent of all people over the age of 75 years old

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Hearing aid technology has come a long way in the last few decades, improving the listening experience of those with hearing loss in many unique ways. If you’re new to hearing aids, you may be wondering what features are available in today’s hearing aids and how they work. Understanding the features that are available and what your own hearing needs

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