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To choose the right hearing aids for your needs, you first need to understand what types are available. There are a number of options for you to select from, but starting with the three main types can help you to get started. Behind-the-ear (BTE), in-the-ear (ITE) and receiver-in-ear (RIC) hearing aids are the most common options, with several different styles

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When was the last time you had your hearing tested ? If you haven’t been to see an audiologist for years — or even ever — it may be time to book a hearing test. If you’re unsure whether or not you’d benefit from arranging an appointment, here are four signs you need a hearing test. 1. Struggling to follow

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So, you’ve been to see your local audiologist , and they performed an assessment of your hearing and determined that you need to wear a hearing aid. That is not the end of the world, and you should notice a vast improvement in your ability to communicate once you get access to the devices. Of course, you’ll have to go

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Tinnitus is a very uncomfortable condition to live with, and it will cause problems throughout your daily activities. Booking an appointment with an audiologist allows you to gain the very best treatment for your condition, and hearing aids may be the answer to all of your problems. While tinnitus is only one of several factors behind potential hearing loss, hearing

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Audiologists are healthcare professionals who have advanced training in the diagnosis, treatment and management of hearing problems and balance disorders. Many people see an audiologist when they notice changes in their ability to hear, but audiologists are not just experts in the diagnosis and treatment of hearing loss; they’re skilled and qualified to treat a handful of other issue. Here

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Did you know that hearing loss happens at just 85 dB ? It may be hard to visualize how loud that is, so let’s use a few examples. Normal conversations happen at around 60 to 70 dB. This isn’t enough to harm your hearing (unless you are permanently shouting and screaming) so it’s not much of a deal. Hand drills

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Prior to your first hearing test , it’s natural that you will be curious about what the test is going to involve. In an effort to try and resolve any anxieties you may have, below, we’ll go through the four most common questions people have about hearing tests— and providing the answers and reassurance that you require. What does a

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So you’ve had a hearing test and you’ve identified that you’ve got some level of hearing loss. Next will be a few appointments and meetings with audiologist to determine how you’re going to treat it. In most cases, you’ll be required to get a hearing aid and this will require a fitting which can be daunting if it’s your first

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Do you constantly have a low-pitched humming sound in your ears no matter where you are? If so, then you might have tinnitus . While tinnitus is incredibly common, many people don’t realize it’s an actual problem and chalk it up to something obscure going on with their ears. To better understand tinnitus and how it’s treated, it’s crucial to

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Hearing loss is something that affects about 20 percent of all Americans, over 48 million people. The third most common health issue after arthritis and heart disease, it impacts more of us than you might think, but it’s also not always as easily noticed as you might think. There are different degrees that can gradually progress from mild to severe,

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