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Hearing loss can affect 15% of all Americans at some point in their lives. Still, while the majority of these people will seek assistance through their audiologist in the form of hearing aids, there is a minority who are resistant to accepting their condition. When it comes to relationships, this attitude towards hearing loss can have a strenuous effect on

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In the US, approximately one in eight people experience hearing loss in both ears. Furthermore, up to three of every 1,000 children are born with detectable hearing loss in single or both ears. Consistent progress in treatment has made it easier to cope with experiencing hearing loss. If you are one of the 13% of Americans who have experience with

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Before we can understand what causes tinnitus, you need to understand what tinnitus actually is. Tinnitus is a known condition that describes the noise heard in the ear when there is no external sound. It’s usually known as ringing in the ear, but it’s not just ringing that some patients experience. Some people hear buzzing, clicking, whistling, whooshing or gushing

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A phone that is compatible with hearing aids could be one of the best inventions of the last decade. The problem is that finding the right phone to work with your hearing aids could be a struggle. After an appointment with your audiologist, you will have better insight as to whether you would be eligible for a hearing aid compatible

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Hearing aids are the most common solution for dealing with hearing loss. Hearing aids can come in many different shapes and sizes, and modern devices have many unique features that can be useful for helping you adjust to them more quickly. However, regardless of how unique or modern hearing aids are, there can still be a learning curve when getting

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When you start using hearing aids, your audiologist will provide you with information about cleaning and storing your hearing aids and changing the batteries. Hearing aid batteries need swapping on a regular basis, so it’s useful to know how to test, buy and change them. Once you start wearing hearing aids, you’ll soon get used to looking after the devices

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Tinnitus, also known as ringing in the ears, is often associated with temporary symptoms, but for some people, it can be a chronic, debilitating problem. When you experience tinnitus, you hear noises in your ears that aren’t produced by an external source. In most cases, people report hearing a ringing noise, but tinnitus can also present in the form of

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Ringing in your ears, also known as tinnitus, is a common problem that can affect people of all ages. Tinnitus occurs when you hear phantom noises, which don’t come from an external source. These symptoms are often indicative of an underlying condition. In younger people, tinnitus is often linked to exposure to loud noises, while in older people, it can

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Almost every situation for those with hearing loss is better off with hearing aids. The thing is, there are certain times where hearing aids alone don't do the job and they cannot provide enough of a benefit. It's these situations communication partners are those who can help the most. Those who suffer hearing loss often enter a world that is

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We are communicating and connecting differently around the world right now, and technology hasn't left the medical world untouched. While hearing aids and other hearing issues are usually left behind, hearing aid manufacturers are catching up with the available technology on the market now. This has lead to some pretty exciting developments in hearing aids, enabling those with hearing loss

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