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These days, with there being such a variety of different hearing aids on the market when it comes to your hearing aid controls, there is no one size fits all approach. When you first get your new hearing aids, the best thing to do is to have a run-through of the controls with your hearing instrument specialist (HIS). Then once

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According to the National Institute on Deafness and other Communication Disorders, around 15% of all adult Americans experience hearing loss. The statistics also show that men are twice as likely to experience hearing loss compared to men. What’s more, around one in eight Americans aged 12 or older have decreased hearing clarity in both ears. As you can see from

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There’s no denying that hearing aids are life-changing devices for millions of people . They help individuals have greater hearing clarity and increased confidence in their daily activities. The thing is, hearing aids aren’t indestructible devices. You must follow the right tips and guidelines for caring for your hearing aids. Doing so will ensure their longevity and prevent loss of

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Bluetooth-enabled hearing aids help you stay connected to the world around you when you use your mobile phone, TV, tablet or other device. Hearing aid technology is evolving rapidly and has made significant progress in recent years, including the recent introduction of Bluetooth technology.  Just as you can connect your mobile phone to your car radio, you can now connect

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Taking care of your ears is important, and it’s never too early to start doing so. By being proactive about hearing protection, you can reduce your risk of noise-induced hearing loss (NIHL). Given that NIHL from exposure to loud noises is not something that you can get back, taking steps now to protect your ears is very important. Use earplugs

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Hearing devices can be complicated little pieces of technology. Knowing if the problem is that of maintenance or repair can be tricky. We are going to look at some of the signs that your hearing aid needs repairs and just what is causing the issue. Silence Although this should go without saying if you are getting little to no sound

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There are several reasons why your ear(s) could become clogged. In some cases, the feeling of your ear being clogged can make it difficult to hear.  But, if you’ve safely cleaned your ears and the sound around you still seems muffled or you can’t hear people speaking the way you’re used to, it could be a sign of something more

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People take hearing tests for a variety of different reasons; your school may test their students or your job might want to make sure that you can hear things around you for the purposes of safety. It can be easy to be nervous about a test like this, with a lot of people worrying that their hearing won’t be good

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Experiencing a ringing in your ears is something many of us may have experienced at one time or another. This is called tinnitus, and can vary from mild to severe. It may also sound different from person to person – some may hear it as a ringing, while others may experience it as a buzzing sound. Annoying at best but

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Hearing aids can substantially improve your quality of life if you select the right one for your specific ear and hearing loss.  Not being able to hear properly can have an impact on your personal relationships, and even your career. Some people with mild hearing loss may be able to get by without a hearing aid, others may decide they

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