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Hearing Aids: Myths and Truths

Hearing Aids: Myths and Truths

 

Are you looking to buy a hearing aid?

 

Before you make an appointment with an audiologist who will dispense and fit your hearing aid, it’s necessary for you to learn more about these devices. It’s always smart to be informed and get the essential details. That way, you can make your own decisions and not just rely on what the experts tell you.

 

That said, here are some of the most common myths and truths about hearing aids. Continue reading

What You Need to Know about Hearing Aids?

What You Need to Know about Hearing Aids?

 

The latest studies show that hearing problems usually start at age 45, and that a third of people over 65 years of age have difficulty hearing. Fortunately you can get around this problem by wearing hearing aids. Before you do so however, consult an audiologist who can diagnose your problem and recommend a solution.

 

How Hearing Helpers Work

There’s no way to restore dead hair cells, but the latest hearing devices can provide a lot of help and improve your hearing ability significantly. Digital hearing aids, for instance, are superior to older hearing aids, which amplified the sound on everything including unwanted background noise. That’s no longer the case with their digital counterparts as these are equipped with microphones that relay audio to a chip. Continue reading

Different Styles of Hearing Aids to be chosen after the Hearing Aids Prescription

Different Styles of Hearing Aids to be chosen after the Hearing Aids Prescription

 

If your hearing is no longer normal, you should receive a hearing test and evaluation before your hearing aids prescription. Your audiologist may prescribe the hearing aid that will work best for your particular situation. Hearing aids can come in different styles, and here are some of the more common styles of hearing aids: Continue reading

Why you need to wear a Hearing Aid

Why you need to wear a Hearing Aid

 

Earlier this week, a friend told you she was calling your name at the supermarket but you never heard her. And just this morning, your son was complaining that you no longer listen to him every time he has something to say. If these issues have been going on for quite some time, it may mean you have a hearing problem.

 

Losing your hearing is often quite subtle, you lose it bit by bit over a period of time. It could be because of aging or it could also be because you’re often exposed to loud noises (for example, your job requires you to work in an environment with hazardous noise levels). Continue reading

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