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Hearing Health Blog

If you have recently been diagnosed with hearing loss, your thoughts might immediately turn to selecting your hearing aids. Wanting the best hearing aid for your hearing loss is natural, but there are many things to consider when making this decision. Unfortunately, there is no singular best hearing aid that is the perfect fit for everyone. Everyone will have different preferences

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If you’re considering taking a hearing test from your Hearing Instrument Specialist, it’s only natural that you might have some questions. Here are some of the most commonly asked questions and the answers that you may be seeking. When should I have a hearing test? If you’re experiencing any symptoms of hearing loss including muffled noises, difficulty understanding speech or struggling to hear in

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The term Hearing Instrument Specialist is somewhat unfamiliar to many people, especially those who are only beginning their journey in the world of hearing health. However, these professionals have an important role to play in hearing health management, from testing your hearing to recommending the right devices for treatment. What do Hearing Instrument Specialists (HIS) do? A Hearing Instrument Specialist is

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Do you think of hearing aids as the next “cool” thing? Do you wish you had new hearing aids like you wish you had a new stylish spring handbag or a new set of golf clubs? No? With the amazing features in hearing aid technology, hearing aids are on the brink of being desired instead of dreaded for anyone experiencing hearing loss. Current innovations

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Hearing loss is detrimental to both physical and emotional wellbeing. Untreated hearing loss has been shown to cause anxiety, difficulty working, paranoia, depression and more. Knowing what questions to ask your hearing care professional can seem overwhelming when you are already dealing with the frustration of a hearing loss diagnosis. Here are some of the most common questions asked during

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In an effort to make hearing aids more accessible and cost-effective for people with self-perceived mild to moderate hearing loss, the FDA has created a new category for hearing devices called over-the-counter hearing aids (OTC HAs) . This new class of products, also known as personal sound amplification devices (PSAPs) , are available without a prescription or visit to any

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The ear is made up of the outer, middle, and inner ear . The type of hearing loss you may have depends on what part (or parts) of your ear are damaged. Hearing tests provided by a hearing care professional, such as a Hearing Instrument Specialist or Audiologist, can tell you which type you have and what the best treatment is

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According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 48 million people in the U.S. have trouble hearing with one or both ears. Some hearing loss can be degenerative as you age, however, noise exposure throughout your lifetime is one of the biggest causes of permanent hearing loss. This is called noise-induced hearing loss . Inside your ears are tiny fibers called cilia

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