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Looking after your hearing aid is of the utmost importance. As hearing aids are small electronic devices that operate in your ear, which is a very damp and warm place, you've got to look after them properly . While hearing aid manufacturers do their best to guarantee the longevity of your hearing aid, you need to do your part too.

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It’s always important for you to be able to protect your hearing. Sometimes, you may feel as if this isn’t possible because your hearing is already at risk, but that’s incorrect. There are always circumstances for you to work on hearing protection that can help you stop your condition from worsening unnecessarily. Now, your hearing instrument specialist (HIS) can advise

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When your ear feels clogged and your hearing is affected, it can be worrying. But instead of panicking or trying something that can make the sensation worse, it’s important to do the right thing. This can be difficult to work out, so it’s essential for you to follow the right guidelines. Ideally, you’re going to work with your hearing instrument

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If you have been advised by your audiologist that you need a hearing aid, then you have probably been referred to a hearing instrument specialist. They are highly trained staff who will give you all the information you need regarding the type of hearing aid best for you and how you can wear them. Using your hearing aid can take

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A hearing aid can be a tremendous boon for those affected by hearing loss. With the help of a hearing instrument specialist (HIS) , a hearing aid can bring clarity back to conversations, even those that take place in busy locations. It can prevent friends and work colleagues from needing to repeat themselves and give those with hearing loss increased

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Hearing loss is a multifaceted issue with a wide range of contributing factors. While those of us who work with noise machinery or in loud environments are most at risk, there are many affected by genetic conditions like Meniere’s disease which can cause hearing loss. What is more, conditions like diabetes and hypertension can also make hearing loss worse. In

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Most of us have been affected by tinnitus at some time or another. That persistent ringing in one or both ears that never seems to go away, no matter what we do. It can be heard even when we’re in busy places, but when we’re all alone in a quiet room it can be practically roaring in our ears. It

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If you're starting to experience the symptoms of hearing loss , then it may be time to start thinking about wearing hearing aids. Hearing technology has evolved drastically over the past few years, and the new, more connected models available today can enhance your quality of life without any of the drawbacks you may have previously associated with them. The

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Problems with your hearing can disrupt your day-to-day activities, and this is why it is so important to look after your ears and auditory system as much as you can. A big part of this is knowing and understanding what it takes to keep your ears healthy, and when you might need to seek help for any of the issues

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