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It’s often assumed that hearing loss only affects people of a certain age. Indeed, much associate loss of hearing with the elderly population. The reality is quite different. Instead, hearing loss is comparable to changes in your eyesight. Changes to your eyesight can occur at any age. You may require glasses when you are a child, or you might require

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It’s important to be proactive about your hearing health and one easy way to do this is to have your hearing checked by an audiologist. They will be able to perform a hearing test along with a general exam of your inner ear to determine whether there are any issues. An audiologist will then be able to provide further help

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Your hearing aids may be small devices but they contain powerful technology , and need the proper care and maintenance to ensure they perform at their best. The right methods for cleaning your hearing aids may depend on the model and for this reason it’s a good idea to get plenty of advice from your audiologist. They will be able

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Dealing with hearing loss is something that you don’t want to leave by the wayside. It’s important to get help and advice from an audiologist who will have the experience and knowledge in what may be able to help with your hearing loss, regardless of the extent of damage that has been caused. It’s important to know what questions to

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It’s frustrating to have that conversation with someone who won’t seek advice about their potential hearing loss or say yes to wearing a hearing aid. If you had bad eyesight, you wouldn’t refuse to go without getting glasses or contact lenses, right? However, when it comes to your hearing, that can often be one that people avoid rectifying, despite it

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Your health is largely influenced by the food you eat and the amount of exercise you give to your body. However, can a healthier diet lower the risks of hearing loss? Hearing loss is something that can affect many of us in our lifetime. Here are some of the reasons why healthy eating can help reduce the chances of hearing

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Hearing loss doesn’t only affect the ears. In fact, hearing is intimately connected to the brain, and if untreated, hearing loss can also have a negative impact on your cognition. Treatment for hearing loss is very important, not only because it improves the patient’s hearing but it also supports the brain. If you or a member of your family experiences hearing

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Leaving hearing loss or any form of hearing health issue untreated can lead to permanent hearing damage, which can significantly affect your life quality. From regular social isolations to making simple conversations a bit harder, the consequences of untreated hearing issues are numerous. The great news is hearing loss is easy to diagnose and can also be prevented. Besides, with

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The CDC estimates that 45 million Americans experience ringing , buzzing, and other similar sensations in their ear without any actual noise. This condition, known as tinnitus, can significantly disrupt your everyday life.  Tinnitus is a widespread symptom of hearing loss, which you must address quickly to prevent decline. Audiologists usually prescribe hearing aids to people experiencing tinnitus because studies

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Using a hearing aid is a big step in addressing hearing loss . It is something to celebrate, so congratulations! The next step is figuring out how to adjust to your new way of life. There is a bit of an adjustment in the first few days. Here are some ways to quickly adjust to your hearing aids. Don’t get

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