Hearing Health Blog
The decision to see (and trust) an audiologist is not one that many of us make lightly. Seeking their advice and professional help is not a step that any of us take unless we’ve first given it a great deal of thought. It’s not uncommon for us to be in denial about our hearing loss. Many of us are unaware
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
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 .
Audiologists are experts in hearing health, but most people don’t quite understand what conditions or problems audiologists actually treat. To help you gain a better understanding, consider three of the most common conditions that audiologists can help you overcome. 1. Hearing loss The most common problem that audiologists deal with is hearing loss . It might sound like an obvious
It’s very important that you choose the right hearing aid for yourself. When it comes to behind-the-ear (BTE) hearing aids, who should consider them? Is there are a certain type of person or group of people that are best suited for this design? Or are they generally good for everyone? Have a look at the information down below to find