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The term hearing test is often used singularly, as if there is only one type of evaluation that a person can experience. However, there are actually a number of different hearing tests available, which audiologists can utilize in order to provide a thorough overview of an individual’s hearing. Here’s everything you need to know. Pure-tone audiometry testing The ‘classic’ hearing

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Tinnitus is usually described as a ringing in the ears that is not caused by any external sound. But tinnitus is actually a much broader condition than hearing a just a "ringing," and can result in other sounds too, like buzzing, hissing, chirping, and whistling. The nature of the sound can change too. For some people, tinnitus is a constant

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Two of the most common causes of hearing loss are noise and aging. Noise-induced hearing loss refers to hearing loss that is caused by exposure to loud noises, usually for extended periods of time. This can include working in a noisy environment or exposing yourself to loud noises while not wearing protection for your ears. In comparison, age-related hearing loss

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When was the last time you had a hearing test ? If you can’t remember seeing an audiologist, or you think that it might be a good idea to have your hearing tested more frequently as you get older, it may be wise to book a hearing test. If you’re not sure whether or not you need a test, this

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In the world we live in today, protecting your hearing is more important than ever. The proliferation of loud music and earbuds has meant that more and more people are suffering from hearing loss than ever, and yet loud music isn’t the only culprit for loss of hearing. There are plenty of work environments that are causing issues for people

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