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Tinnitus, also known as a ringing in the ears, is experienced by millions of people worldwide. Sometimes tinnitus can disappear by itself, but for those people who have experienced tinnitus over a long period of time, finding an effective treatment is essential, which is where hearing aids can be very useful. While hearing loss and tinnitus are connected, they are

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When it comes to performing hearing tests and helping you choose the best hearing aid for your lifestyle , your audiologist is invaluable. But audiologists provide additional support; they can help you to use and look after your hearing aids properly, provide invaluable advice and can fix your hearing aid if something goes wrong. What are the most common hearing

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We are very lucky to be living in a time of evolution in digital technology , especially in medicine. One of the best ways we’ve evolved as a society is with the help of high-quality hearing aids. It’s not just the outsides of the hearing aids that have changed, either.  The outside may have evolved from the giant, behind the

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Rechargeable hearing aids are hearing aids that are fitted with rechargeable batteries, these are an alternative to hearing aids that have disposal batteries. Rechargeable hearing aids work just like regular hearing aids, the key difference is that these hearing aids have a rechargeable battery that’s built into the device. When the power runs out you don’t need to take out

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Your health is one of the most important things that you have going for you in life. It’s not just looking after your sight or your heart, but your hearing is important, too. When you don't treat the symptoms of hearing loss, your health is going to be affected and you will find that you are feeling the issues in

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Children need to have their hearing checked regularly. Babies will typically have this done in a hospital. Toddlers will usually be taken to see an audiologist. Older children may be taken to see an audiologist. Sometimes they may do both. With that in mind, here is a quick guide to taking your child to the audiologist. Newborns If you give

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Whether you are a new hearing aid user, or have been wearing them for several years, it's likely that you rely on your hearing aids to carry out your daily activities. After all, being able to hear and engage with the world around us can have a huge impact on both our health and happiness. As a result, it can

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Some  hearing aids are designed specifically for use with smartphones. The good news is these sophisticated devices are not complicated at all and are very easy to use as their technological features do most of the work for you. Another good thing is they are compatible with any smartphone as they are designed to work with Apple or Android operating

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Hearing loss has several causes. An allergic reaction can be one of the reasons for hearing loss . This allergic reaction can be caused by various aspects, such as certain care products or pets. People with allergies are more likely to have a middle ear infection and hearing loss, but why? Are they connected? Let’s learn more. The first things

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Signs of hearing loss can appear at any age, from children to adults in old age. This can adversely affect our quality of life, especially when it comes to communicating with those around us: Conversations with family members Meeting with friends Talking on the phone Difficulty hearing in loud situations Early detection of hearing loss is best. This way you

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