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Hearing Health Blog

Since the Covid-19 pandemic, virtual meetings and gatherings have become an integral part of the US work environment. However, though remote meetings are a considerable improvement from the traditional audio-only conference calls, it's far from perfect. These are some of the primary issues associated with videoconferencing, from poor internet, distracting noises and people talking over each other to the muffled

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People's hearing can deteriorate for a variety of reasons. Sometimes it's because of the medications, other times old age. However, there are everyday activities that can negatively affect our hearing.  Listening to sound through earphones and headphones  We live in the digital age, and that means interacting with digital devices every day. Unfortunately, it also means listening to digital sound through

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When dealing with hearing loss, it's critical to develop an understanding of what the symptoms are, as well as what causes it. Hearing loss can occur for a variety of reasons, from exposure to loud noise and aging to chronic ear infections. Understanding the cause of your hearing loss can help your professional recommend the best treatment for your needs

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Whether you have mild, moderate or severe hearing loss, you will probably require a hearing aid to improve your quality of life. However, there are many hearing devices on the market all with varying features and possibilities. Choosing the right one for you can be confusing, but it is important for its durability and your personal comfort. Thankfully, there is

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Everyone knows there are many benefits to wearing a hearing aid , but that doesn’t mean that all hearing aids will do the right job. The only way to ensure that a hearing aid improves the wearer's life is to ensure that they have the right one. If they don’t, then they could find that it’s more of a hindrance

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It’s generally pretty straightforward to realize that you have eyesight problems, but hearing issues ? That’s a different matter. Because loss of hearing typically occurs gradually, the person experiencing the symptoms can sometimes fail to notice that it’s happening – or the severity of the condition. Even when it does become clear, it’s normal that there are some reservations towards getting a

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If you have hearing loss, have you wondered where to begin with getting a hearing aid? Or who to talk to about an assistive hearing device? A hearing instrument specialist (HIS) can help you uncover your hearing loss and find the best solution possible. Their job is to match their patient with the correct assistive hearing device suitable with their

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In every aspect of our lives, we are surrounded by noise. The more you listen to loud sounds or excessive noise, the likelier it is to affect your hearing. There is a connection between excessive noise and hearing loss, but it's important to note that hearing loss can be temporary, as well as permanent. And specifically, in relation to exposure

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If you have come to the realization that you have hearing loss and are ready to book in for a hearing test , you have taken the all-important first step to addressing it. Finding a hearing instrument specialist (HIS) can help you to understand how this condition is affecting your life, but also provide essential guidance towards the right hearing

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When the time comes that you are ready to purchase a hearing aid , you might wonder if it is affordable. While you may ponder this question, there are additional methods to help you pay for a hearing aid; it's important to find out if you can qualify for any financial assistance. As hearing aids are generally not covered by

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