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Hearing loss is often associated with older people. With constant exposure to loud sounds and noises, the ears get damaged over the years and this results in hearing loss. However, it is not only the old people that are prone to hearing loss. Exposure to very loud sounds can lead to a problem in hearing with younger people as well.
Just like any other device with electrical components, hearing aids will occasionally need to be repaired or replaced, but they will also stop working for other reasons. Before scheduling a visit to a hearing healthcare professional, do some troubleshooting to save time and embarrassment. These are the top two things to do when your hearing aid won’t work: Clean and
Far from uniform, hearing aids come in two basic types (in the ear and behind the ear), and a range of styles within these two types. If you’ve been diagnosed with hearing loss, an audiologist will help fit you with one of these types in a model and style that meets your individual needs, budget and preferences. Hearing aids that
You’ve been diagnosed with hearing loss and have decided that it is time to get hearing aids . Congratulations! Hearing aids are going to change your life in a very good and positive way. While purchasing hearing aids can be a bit overwhelming, the end result will be so amazing you will forget the anxiety you previously had. So how
A hearing health professional has a large job description and it does not just entail testing individuals hearing and selling hearing aids. There is so much more they do and can do for their patients and their families. T hey test hearing: yes it is a well-known fact that hearing health professional’s test hearing. They perform many different hearing tests