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Whether the first pair you’ve ever tried or a new replacement for those that don’t work as well anymore, a new pair of hearing aids can make a major difference. In fact, it usually takes some time to get used to. Your audiologist will be there to help you address any questions and fix any issues that might crop up

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Naturally, some of the benefits of hearing aids are very easy to point out. It greatly improves your hearing, which means you’re able to perceive the world around you, rely on all of your senses, communicate, enjoy music and enjoy a great quality of life. Additionally, wearing a hearing aid can protect you from further hearing loss. However, beyond that

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Tinnitus is a symptom commonly described as experiencing sounds or noises that are only audible to the listener. Sometimes, it can sound like a ringing, buzzing, or throbbing noise. For some, it is intermittent, for others, it is constant and for many it gets more and less severe throughout the day. Tinnitus is known to have a significant impact on

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Everyone produces earwax. It’s a healthy and important part of your auditory system, designed to help shift and remove dirt, dust, and bacteria, keeping the ear free of foreign material. However, a buildup of that same earwax can become a problem, especially for those who wear hearing aids. An earwax buildup can cause damage to your hearing aid, cause issues

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When you first wear the hearing aids picked out with the help of your audiologist, they can have a truly profound and transformative effect on your life. The immediate difference they can make to your hearing and the quality of life improvements you discover as you continue to wear them can be nothing short of life-changing. However, nothing lasts forever,

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Without hearing protection, you could experience permanent, yet preventable, hearing loss. Exposure to noise can have a detrimental impact on your hearing function, particularly if your ears are subjected to loud noises or a moderate level of noise over a particular length of time.  Even relatively quiet noises can cause hearing damage if you’re exposed to them for long enough,

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When you are looking for hearing health specialists, there are several professionals that you could visit. When there are numerous job titles that these people might have, it can be confusing. Two of the common types of professionals that you might come across is an audiologist and a hearing instrument specialist (HIS). While both of these specialize in hearing health

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Tinnitus is characterized by noises in the ear that don't come from an external source. They can include whistling, ringing, crackling, popping, humming and various other sounds. Not only can tinnitus affect your hearing, but it can also affect you emotionally. You might find that it makes it difficult to sleep and that the sounds bother you throughout the day.

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Technology plays an increasingly important role in modern medical care. Hearing aids have come a long way over the years, and contemporary versions are incredibly impressive. One of the most significant developments in hearing aid design in recent times is the introduction of Bluetooth technology. If you’re keen to learn more about this innovation, here’s everything you need to know

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Tinnitus is a health condition that causes individuals to hear sounds that have no physical basis. For example, an individual who has been diagnosed with tinnitus will hear sounds that are not caused by external sources. The condition is relatively common, affecting around 15 percent of the US population. In this piece, we’ll discuss both the symptoms of tinnitus, as

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