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Hearing Health Blog

Hearing aids are complex and expensive devices. Daily maintenance is the key to extending the life and quality of your hearing aids. The biggest cause of hearing aid failure is wax and moisture seeping into the microphone and receiver! Proper maintenance will help avoid having to troubleshoot problems. Everyday maintenance Be sure to keep your fingers clean and dry before

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Hearing loss is detrimental to both physical and emotional wellbeing. Untreated hearing loss has been shown to cause anxiety, difficulty working, paranoia, depression and more. Knowing what questions to ask your audiologist can seem overwhelming when you are already dealing with the frustration of a hearing loss diagnosis. Here are some of the most common questions asked during a visit

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Emerging Technology in Hearing Aids Do you think of hearing aids as the new “cool” thing? Do you wish you had new hearing aids like you wish you had a new stylish spring handbag or a new set of golf clubs? No? With the amazing features in new hearing aid technology, hearing aids are on the precipice of being desired

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Hearing loss is routinely linked with noise exposure. While noise exposure is one of the leading causes of permanent hearing loss, there are a number of health conditions that are also linked with hearing loss. Hearing loss may be a direct result of the condition or have an unknown association with it. Know your risk factors and talk with your

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According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 48 million people in the U.S. have trouble hearing with one or both ears. Some hearing loss can be degenerative as we age; however, noise exposure throughout your lifetime is one of the biggest causes of permanent hearing loss. This is called noise-induced hearing loss . Inside your ears are

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What is tinnitus? Tinnitus is the sense of hearing sound even in the absence of all external sounds. This sound is often described as roaring, ringing or buzzing and may vary from soft to loud, and low pitched to high pitched. Like pain, tinnitus is a symptom of an underlying problem and not a condition itself. It may affect one

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