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Hearing loss of any degree can be a frustrating experience. The quality of life we live depends, to a great extent, on the ability to perceive sound. The discomfort of being in a room full of conversing people without deciphering much of the conversation is immeasurable. Without effective hearing aid or device, a hearing loss can limit our social and

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There are many types of hearing aids available on the market today. Hearing loss is relatively common, and many people rely on these devices. When hearing loss is diagnosed and there is a recommendation to start wearing hearing aids – it is important to know which devices are recommended and what features are available on many devices, which can make

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According to an estimation provided by the American Tinnitus Association , over 50 million Americans or 15% of the general public, experience this at least once during their lifetime. Tinnitus is a hearing condition that causes you to hear phantom noises such as clicking, buzzing or ringing.  Generally, tinnitus is not a medical condition on its own but a symptom

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Just like any device we use in our daily life hearing aids have a defined lifespan . There are many reasons for which you might wish to change or upgrade your hearing aid . A change in lifestyle, hearing condition or opinion about hearing aids might cause you to want more from them.  A study conducted by ASHA shows that

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If you talk to a relationship expert, they will tell you the key to any successful relationship is communication. While there are other factors involved, communication is at the core of every solid human connection.  When you’re dealing with hearing loss, your communication can be disrupted in a variety of different ways. Not only can that be frustrating for you,

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Making an appointment with a hearing instrument specialist (HIS) is the best thing you can do if you feel you are starting to experience hearing loss. It’s best to get your hearing checked by a professional so that, if anything needs to be done (such as fitting you for a hearing aid ), it can be carried out sooner rather

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Severe hearing loss refers to a hearing condition whereby you may be able to hear some sounds, but extremely poorly. You may not be able to hear another person speaking, even if it is their normal voice they are using. It could be that you are only to pick up sounds that are very loud. In this article, we're going to

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Hearing aids are complex pieces of equipment, and although they are relatively easy to take care of, sometimes they will need to be repaired when something goes wrong with your device . Hearing aids can give you many years of absolutely perfect and reliable service when you clean them each night and ensure they are properly dried before you use

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Some people feel that their hearing is not what it once was. As we get older, our hearing can begin a slight decline, which is normal. But if it gets to the point where you are struggling to hear certain things that were loud and clear, you may consider getting a hearing test, which could mean you need a hearing

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Earplugs and earmuffs are two common types of protection for your ears . But which is better? It's important to know the differences between the two so you can ascertain the best ways to use both devices, depending on the situation.  If you have concerns about your hearing, making the right choice will make all the difference between protecting your

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