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Hearing aids are truly incredible, life-improving devices that millions of people across the country rely on. However, hearing aids are also the product of complex, sophisticated engineering, which means that a few care measures are required to ensure your device is always fully functional and working at its best. Below, we’ve brought together the best tips and advice related to
Any sound over 85 decibels has the potential to be harmful to hearing health and can lead to the development of a condition known as noise-induced hearing loss. Ear protectors are by far the best way to protect against this concern, preventing dangerous levels of sound from reaching the delicate inner ear. You may have seen these generic, mass-produced protectors
Despite proper maintenance, sometimes our hearing aids need that professional touch . There are specific issues that can occur with your hearing device that will require your audiologist. We are going to look at today at a few of these issues and what to listen out for. Feedback Issues As many of us know, feedback issues with a hearing device
For most people, hearing loss is a condition that affects one aspect of life; the ability to hear . However, newly emerging evidence has found that there may be a connection between from hearing loss to dementia and cognitive decline. The evidence People with untreated mild hearing loss are almost twice as likely to develop dementia than those with normal
A hearing health professional is a trained medical professional who specializes in everything to do with hearing and your hearing health. They also work on hearing loss prevention and are required to be educated to advanced degree level. With several hours of clinical practice and training a hearing health professional is qualified to take total care of your hearing health.