Hearing Health Blog

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Hearing aids are powered by batteries and, in most cases, they last between three to 10 days. How long they last can depend on a range of factors, such as the type and size of hearing aid, the size of the battery, how you maintain the hearing aid, and more. If you ever need more specific advice about managing your

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Your hearing is one of your most important senses, helping you to perceive the world and even keep you safe. Protecting it is essential if you want to avoid hearing loss and other problems such as tinnitus. Your hearing can be damaged more easily than you might think, and spending time around loud noises at work or spending your weekends

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Bluetooth technology has grown in recent years and can now be used in many different ways. It's a wireless technology platform that allows data to be transferred between two different devices, which often means playing sound wirelessly through one device from another. It is used in many different devices, from computers and smartphones to speakers, headphones and TVs. Bluetooth technology

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If you have hearing loss and you have been advised that hearing aids will benefit you, choosing your hearing aids and having them fitted is the next step. When you get your hearing aids fitted for the first time, you might be uncertain about what's going to happen. Having your hearing aids fitted is necessary to ensure they feel comfortable

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You rely on your hearing aids for your day-to-day activities, which makes any kind of repair issue inconvenient to deal with. Because hearing aid repairs can be frustrating to deal with, it’s important to know what you can do to keep your devices in optimal shape. Of course, there are some instances where you can’t prevent a problem, meaning it

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If you have scheduled a hearing test in the near future, then knowing what to expect during this process can be hugely beneficial to your peace of mind. While it is impossible to predict precisely which tests your audiologist may need to conduct, below, we have provided a thorough explanation of the most common hearing tests currently in use –

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Although hearing aids are incredibly important devices that can significantly improve quality of life, and even help to guard against future health issues, very few insurance companies include hearing aids in their policy. For the 35 million Americans who experience hearing loss, the lack of coverage can make obtaining the treatment they need incredibly tricky. Why are hearing aids not

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Are you having issues with your hearing aids ? They might not be providing the level of power or sound that you need. Alternatively, they could be switching on and off in quick succession. Or, you might even hear buzzing and static when you try to use them. Before you speak to an audiologist , there are a number of

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Hearing aid technology was, for a long time, stuck in the past. While the devices in our pockets advanced by leaps and bounds every year, assistive hearing technology stagnated. Fortunately, that situation is beginning to change, and those who are hard of hearing are finally reaping some of the rewards of the digital revolution of the last couple of decades.

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