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How Long Should my Hearing Aids Last?

How Long Should my Hearing Aids Last?

It’s tough to be separated from your hearing aid once you get accustomed to using one. Your hearing aids are, after all, your link to the world around you. But it will periodically need to be upgraded or swapped out just like all technology. A hearing aid’s typical lifespan From 3 to 7 years will […]

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8 Subtle Indications Your Hearing is Faltering

8 Subtle Indications Your Hearing is Faltering

Your hearing won’t be just gone one day when you wake up. For most individuals, hearing loss happens in degrees, particularly when it is related to aging. Some indicators show up earlier, though, and you don’t recognize there is an issue right away. The initial symptoms of progressive hearing loss are discrete. Identifying them sooner […]

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8 Discrete Signs Your Hearing is Failing

8 Discrete Signs Your Hearing is Failing

Your hearing won’t be just gone one day when you wake up. Hearing loss, particularly when it’s related to aging, usually advances in degrees. You may not recognize it’s happening immediately but some signs do show up earlier. These initially developing symptoms advance very discreetly. Slowing down the development of hearing loss and its related […]

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What is The Connection Between Concussions And Tinnitus?

You know that scene in your favorite action movie where something blows up next to the hero and the sound goes all high-pitched-buzzing? Well, guess what: that most likely means our hero suffered at least a minor traumatic brain injury! To be sure, brain injuries aren’t the part that most action movies linger on. But […]

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New Beginnings Sound Sweet!

New Beginnings Sound Sweet!

TikTok has some really awesome videos you’ve probably watched. Babies, after they just get fitted for hearing aids, hearing their mother’s voice for the first time. In some videos, the baby is uncertain initially. When the doctor tries to place the hearing aid in their ears, they put up a fight. They could cry before […]

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Keep Your Hearing Sharp With These Three Simple Tips

Pizza is a fascinating thing. You can change the toppings, sauces, even the cheeses involved, but as long as it meets some standard criteria, it’s still a pizza. That’s similar to hearing loss. Symptoms and presentations are a consequence of many different issues – loud noises, genetics, age, ear obstructions – but as long as […]

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How to Get The Most Out of Your Hearing Aids

How to Get The Most Out of Your Hearing Aids

If you aren’t really rich, a car isn’t really an impulse purchase. So a lot of research is most likely the first thing you do. You check out reviews, you assess prices, and you evaluate gas mileage. Google is your best friend right now. This level of research makes sense! For most individuals who aren’t […]

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Diplacusis: When You Hear Things in Stereo

Diplacusis: When You Hear Things in Stereo

The world was extremely different millions of years ago. This steamy, volcano-laden landscape is where the long-necked Diplacusis wandered. Diplacusis was so large, thanks to its long tail and neck, that no other predators were a threat. Actually, the long-necked dinosaur from the Jurassic Period is called Diplodocus. Diplacusis is a hearing condition that causes […]

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She’s Not Faking It: 4 Indications a Loved One Needs a Hearing Aid

It’s a normal first reaction – denial. Of course, my loved one’s hearing loss isn’t as bad as it seems. She’s too young to need a hearing aid. It’s possible, the both of you have begun to kid around with one another about it. Your loved one constantly asks you to repeat yourself. It’s only […]

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