Hearing Health Blog
When working with an audiologist to treat your hearing loss , you will be guided through the wide selection of hearing aids at your disposal. Depending on your needs and the severity of your hearing loss, you might be recommended to use a behind-the-ear (BTE) device . This is one of the most common kinds of hearing aids, but we’re
Hearing loss is incredibly common, with statistics suggesting that a majority of people will experience the issue at some point in their lives. However, the causes of hearing loss are far less known - but also present an opportunity for hope. After all, if you know the reason for hearing loss, it naturally follows that there may be things you
If right now you are experiencing a ringing or buzzing in your ears, you could be dealing with a condition called tinnitus . It’s a condition that varies in severity from person to person, and it’s also one that affects different people in different ways. Some people report a low and constant hissing sound. Others notice intermittent, but high-pitched, whistling.
If you think that a loved one might have hearing loss , they need to see an audiologist so that they can have their hearing tested. Some people might need some assistance with finding an audiologist due to various reasons. If your loved one has asked for your help or you know that they will find it difficult to do
Most people don’t know what to expect when they are told they have to attend a hearing aid fitting and this is especially true if this is their first pair of hearing aids. It can be quite daunting, having to adapt to something new in your ear and hearing things that you couldn’t previously hear. This is one of the
When you’re given the option to fit a hearing aid to help you fight your hearing loss, your audiologist is going to help you choose the right kind of device for you. Here, we’re going to look at three of the main varieties of device. There will be lots of different models even within these categories, each with different features,
If you have been told you are experiencing hearing loss , your next step will likely be to look for a hearing aid to help manage the issue. Unfortunately, this is often trickier than people expect. If you have never bought a hearing aid before, you are likely unprepared for all the different options available to you. We understand how
Many people need to visit an audiologist at some point in their lives. The ears are vital to everyday life, yet deterioration is inevitable, whether due to old age, environmental impacts or more. Fortunately, audiologists can treat a wide range of conditions to do with the ear - they aren’t limited to conducting hearing tests and providing hearing aids .
Tinnitus affects around 10-15 percent of adults in the US. This common condition has a variety of causal factors, and a few different treatments for managing it too. If you have tinnitus or suspect that you might have it, it's important to get a good understanding of the condition. Learn about what it is, what causes it and how tinnitus
As you may have heard, recent legislation in most states dictates that all newborns must undergo hearing screening shortly after birth in order to detect if they have any kind of hearing loss . A lot of people support this decision because it makes it easier for doctors and parents to detect hearing loss in their children at a very