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Hearing Health Blog

It is important to take care of your hearing. The better you care for it, the less likely it is going to be that you experience hearing loss later in life. Or if you do, you are much less likely to find that it is particularly pronounced. To take better care of your hearing, it’s a good idea to limit

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When you are getting a hearing aid fitted , there are a lot of things that you need to take into consideration, and your audiologist will always help you with many of those decisions. One of the main things that need to be considered is what kind of lifestyle you lead, what activities you tend to get involved in and

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Hearing loss is a very common experience all over the world. Most people are going to experience some degree hearing loss at some point in their lives, whether it is when they are a little older or whether they are young. Whenever it happens, there is no doubt that it is the kind of thing which can change your life

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Hearing loss is an incredibly common condition impacting individuals ranging from infancy to adulthood. Most commonly, hearing loss develops gradually, making it difficult for most individuals to recognize when they have it. While getting diagnosed with hearing loss may feel like a challenge, it’s actually your first step to treating your condition and communicating better with the world around you

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There is nothing like going to the gun range after a long day, especially if you have a passion for hunting or shooting. It is an excellent way to relieve stress, but without proper protection, a day at the range can have adverse effects on your ear health.  Your passions should never put your health or physical wellbeing in jeopardy.

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According to statistics, an estimated 14.3% of Americans have reported some degree of hearing loss , and it is the third prevalent physical condition behind heart diseases and arthritis. Further studies have proven that one in every three American adults between 65 and 74 have hearing loss. Although age is a common cause, 15% of younger people experience some level

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If you have noticed your child asking for the TV to be turned up quite often, or asking you to repeat yourself often, it might be worth getting a test done to evaluate their hearing. This will help to confirm if they have hearing loss, and to what degree. It is essential to know that these tests are completely safe

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In recent years, rechargeable hearing aids have become more popular, they are low maintenance and do not require you to purchase hearing aid batteries regularly. And while they’re cheaper, the rechargeable hearing aids are also easy to use: if you have just swapped, there are some differences in how you must care for them, that you need to be aware

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Several people will take care of your hearing needs. One of those is an audiologist. You might have noticed that there are several abbreviations used for audiologists: AuD this is a Doctor of Audiology, CCC-A, which is a certificate of clinical competence in audiology  M.S.P.A this is a master’s of speech pathology and audiology Is an audiologist a medical doctor?

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A lot of people are worried about hearing loss, especially as they get older. While hearing loss is unavoidable in a lot of circumstances, there are also many cases whereby hearing loss could have been prevented if the person in question took the right steps in order to protect their hearing , including regular tests with an audiologist . With

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