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You put them into your ears, turn them on and, what seems to be like magic, you’re able to hear better and more clearly.  While hearing aids might seem magical, they’re actually highly technical devices that rely on years of research, advancement and work to help people who suffer from hearing loss hear better and more clearly. But how do

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You’ve been diagnosed with hearing loss and have been told by an audiologist or other hearing healthcare professional that you would benefit from hearing aids . Now what? There are so many hearing aids available on the market today that it can be tough to know which ones will work best for you. And, because hearing aids are an important

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Picking out a brand new pair of hearing aids can be an exciting event. After all, hearing aids can improve hearing by an incredibly significant amount. For many people, hearing aids can be life changing and extremely empowering. However, it is important to consider lifestyle factors when you are picking out your hearing aids. This is because certain lifestyle factors

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Did you know that not all hearing aids are created equally? While most hearing aids are of good quality and can help people suffering from hearing loss have a better sense of hearing, not all hearing aids are right for every person. In fact, because of the nuances of the ear canal, some types of hearing aids won’t work for

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Your hearing test results are back and show some hearing loss. It’s a challenging diagnosis, but one with options. There are many different styles of hearing aids available, and each has benefits. How do you choose the one is right for you? Several factors are involved. Here is a look at the different styles and reasons why one type may

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If you’ve recently been diagnosed with hearing loss and the audiologist recommended hearing aids as the best treatment options, you might be wondering which style is the best for you. Understanding the types of hearing aid available empowers you to choose what’s best for you. This doesn’t have to be an in-depth understanding (leave that the audiologist) but simply having

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Summertime is fun time! Swimming, hiking and playing outdoor sports are just a few of the things we look forward to once June arrives. But in order to make it through the heat and humidity, your hearing aids require some extra attention. Here are some tips to use this summer to care for your hearing aids. Keep your units dry

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Perform a quick Google search for “types of hearing aids ” and prepare yourself for pages upon pages of results. After all, many types of hearing aids exist and, while they all perform the same basic function – amplifying sound to help those suffering from hearing loss pick up sound better – the different types have variances, such as size,

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With the number of hearing aids available on the market today, it can feel overwhelming to decide which one is right for you. If you’re consulting with an audiologist, you’ll receive expert advice and guidance for this important decision, but it’s ultimately up to you. To help, here is some advice about two key choices you’ll need to consider as

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It may be a little difficult to admit that you might need hearing aids . However, today’s hearing aids are not only smaller than what you remember; they’re also more efficient in helping you hear better. It’s time for a hearing test and a talk with your audiologist to determine how best to treat your hearing loss and how to

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Hearing aids and sound amplifiers are commonly confused. Many people think they are the same thing, but they are actually drastically different. Today, we’ll debunk the differences between hearing aids and sound amplifiers. What is a sound amplifier? A sound amplifier is something someone wears in their ear, and like the name says, it amplifies sound. This is not a

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Diminished sense of hearing can be a normal sign of aging. Approximately one in three people in the United States between the ages of 65-74 have some degree of hearing loss. In the U.S., almost half of the people over 75 have trouble hearing. The causes of this hearing loss can range from noise induced hearing loss to the side

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Do you need a hearing device but feel overwhelmed by the number of choices? A quick search on the internet reveals a baffling array of hearing devices. When selecting a device it’s important to understand the difference between a device that sits fully within the ear canal and one with just the receiver in the ear. When choosing the appropriate

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Your hearing aids are a marvel of engineering in miniature. Think of them as a combination of small computer and high fidelity sound system. This technology requires power; and the most common source of power is the disposable battery. Zinc-air batteries for hearing aids Hearing aids are powered by small, button-shaped batteries. Zinc-air batteries are a type of metal-air battery.

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If you’ve been diagnosed with hearing loss recently, chances are your audiologist recommended hearing aids as treatment. Selecting a hearing aid doesn’t have to be an overwhelming decision, especially when you focus on the type that would best suit your hearing loss. When it comes to hearing aids there are three main types, which can be further broken down as

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There are hundreds of advertisements luring people to buy hearing aids that are robust and can bear extreme conditions like being exposed to water. Before you decide on what fancy features you need, it’s important to consider the degree of your hearing loss and what your lifestyle necessitates. Heavy-duty hearing aids are made for people with a very active lifestyle.

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According to the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD), roughly 37.5 million Americans suffer from some degree of hearing loss. The likelihood of developing hearing loss increases as we age. The NIDCD also reports that one-third of Americans over 65 have hearing loss and the rate increases to two-thirds for those older than 75. A common treatment

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Are you anxious about wearing a hearing aid for the first time? Or perhaps your hearing care provider just recommended you get hearing aids and now you’re realizing there’s a lot of new information to learn. While hearing aids are the most common form of treatment for hearing loss, many people don’t know what to expect when it comes to

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Do you depend on your hearing aid ? Then imagine the horror if that device was damaged and you were faced with a sizeable bill for repair. When you rely on your hearing device you’re then faced with where you find the money to meet the repair bill. This could mean sacrificing a vacation, cutting back across the board, or

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