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Over-the-counter (OTC) hearing aids are a new category of hearing devices that people experiencing hearing loss can buy without needing to speak with an audiologist . As appealing as they sound if you’re experiencing this, it’s not recommended you simply go straight to the store to buy them. Instead, you’ll need to know a few things before you do. Since

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Anyone experiencing hearing loss needs to take steps to minimize the effect it has on their life. Hearing aids can be an effective option for this, but cochlear implants can be recommended in certain cases. Unless you’ve spoken to an audiologist already – which you should do when you’re experiencing hearing loss – you might not know the difference between

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Your balance and hearing are closely connected. When you experience a problem with your hearing, you may find that your balance suffers too. Understanding how hearing impacts balance can help you pay attention to key signs you may have a hearing problem. Getting treatment for your hearing issues could help you regain your ability to balance, allowing you to carry on

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Wearing hearing aids for the first time can take some getting used to. It can be a big change to start wearing a hearing aid, and many people struggle to get used to it at first. It’s important that you stay patient and persevere with your hearing aid to help you feel its benefit. Not only that, but it can

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Regular health check-ups are important for staying on top of your health. Most people make regular trips to the dentist or the optician for checks, but hearing tests aren’t always at the top of the priority list.  A hearing test helps detect changes to your hearing, helping to identify signs of hearing loss. Whether you’ve had a hearing test before

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At a hearing aid fitting , you select a hearing aid that meets your specific needs, and your audiologist customizes it for you. First, they must perform an ear exam and a hearing test before you can be fitted for hearing aids. This doesn't take long, and it's usually done simultaneously as the actual fitting. Your audiologist will then assist

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As we age, our hearing becomes less sensitive. This is a natural process, and it is not something that can be stopped. However, there are some things you can do to help preserve your hearing. One such thing is increasing your intake of certain foods. Sound travels through liquid in your body and accumulates in your ears. By eating more

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The first sign of hearing loss is often difficulty understanding conversations, especially in noisy environments. This can also manifest as tinnitus or ringing in the ears . But what if you’ve been experiencing these symptoms for years? How would you know if it’s something more serious? Hearing loss is a complex condition and it can be difficult to diagnose. This

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Have you noticed that your hearing has been declining over the last few weeks or months? If so, then your family may have noticed it too. They might be complaining to you that your television is too loud or that you shout when you talk. This is not a problem at all and once you get help from an audiologist

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A hearing aid is a wonderful way to improve your quality of life if you have a hearing problem. One minute you're feeling alienated and embarrassed about your inability to keep up with a discussion, and the next your social life is thriving again. This is important for the millions of people who are experiencing a decline in their hearing

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