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Hearing Health Blog

Millions of people in the U.S. live with some level of hearing off. It’s a common condition that affects many people at different stages of their lives, but especially as they age. Hearing tests should be a part of your healthcare plan in order to identify and treat them as soon as possible. Scheduling an appointment with an audiologist on a

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Every day, you are exposed to a number of sounds that can potentially damage your hearing. Loud music, construction work and leaf blowers are just a few of the culprits. If you are not taking steps to protect your hearing, you could be putting yourself at risk for permanent hearing loss. This blog post will discuss the dangers of noise-induced

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While your audiologist will be able to provide a wide range of hearing aid repairs and make sure that your device is working effectively, it’s always said that prevention is better than the cure. As such, here, we’re going to look at some of the keyways to prevent damage to your hearing aid and to keep it repair-free. Keep them

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When it comes to hearing loss many people have preconceived ideas about who experiences it, what it means, and how it can affect day-to-day life. In fact, hearing loss is potentially one of the most misunderstood conditions. So, here are some of the most common myths and misconceptions behind hearing loss and the truth behind them. Hearing loss is only

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Audiologists are qualified experts who are able to conduct hearing tests and to evaluate, diagnose and treat conditions related to hearing loss and balance issues. In order to successfully and accurately evaluate whether you are experiencing hearing loss – and the type and extent of hearing loss that you may be experiencing - audiologists will conduct a range of different

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Once you’ve started experiencing hearing loss, you’ll go through a range of emotions. Confusion and sadness can often be among these. At some point, however, you’ll need to consult an audiologist about the issue. That’ll benefit you in multiple ways. Firstly, it’ll determine the cause of your hearing loss while helping to slow its progress. Secondly is that you’ll be

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Hearing loss can present itself in a number of different ways, and this can subsequently make it a little tricky to diagnose. However, there are several signs and symptoms that you should look out for if you believe that you may be experiencing hearing loss. If you spot any of these signs or symptoms in your daily life or health

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Dealing with hearing loss isn't easy and finding a way to resolve some of your symptoms can change your quality of life quite dramatically. However, deciding who to visit for your hearing loss can be a little confusing, as there appears to be a number of different pathways to explore to change the way you hear.  So, how on earth

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If you are concerned about your hearing and you think you might need to get it checked out, your first port of call is always going to be an audiologist. They will be able to tell you whether you have hearing loss and how it might be treated and they will do this through a series of hearing tests, as

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According to the Mayo Clinic, 15-20% of people experience tinnitus at some point in their lives. However, it’s more common in older adults. Even though tinnitus in itself is not much of a problem, it could signify the presence of a concerning underlying hearing issue. Therefore, in many cases, once the audiologist manages the underlying hearing condition, the person no

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