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Hearing loss is widespread in the US , with experts estimating that about 28.8 million American adults could benefit from using hearing aids, which amplify sound to help you hear better. Nowadays, you can buy hearing aids from an audiologist, in several shops and even online. Despite this convenient access to hearing aids, buying online or from a shop eliminates

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It is no secret that you need your sense of hearing to communicate effectively with others as –   such, experiencing hearing loss can make engaging in everyday conversations challenging and frustrating. The National Institute of Deafness and Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD) says adults aged 60-69 experience the most hearing loss. Using hearing aids may help you hear better but

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If you find yourself needing to turn the TV up a little too often. Or perhaps you keep having to ask people to repeat themselves during conversations. You might find that you have some hearing loss. And while it could be time to get a hearing test or head to the audiologist for a chat, you might wonder in the

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Whether you have some concerns about your hearing, ear, and balance health, or your primary health care provider has recommended that you make an appointment, your audiologist is the most qualified individual to help address any issues you might be experiencing. With either a masters or doctorate in audiology, they are equipped to inspect, diagnose, and treat all manner of

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People with hearing loss are regularly encouraged to attend hearing aid fittings. A hearing aid fitting is a process in which a hearing health professional helps you to select and set up a hearing aid . But what exactly happens during these sessions? And how do audiologists fit assistive hearing devices? Let’s take a quick look: You’ll discuss different styles

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As well as needing maintenance from time to time, your hearing aids may require repairs if something goes wrong. Although there are various causes of hearing aid malfunctions , there are also some easy ways to spot when your hearing aids need repairing .  Excessive feedback or whistling If you notice that your hearing aid is making more noise than

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The goal of a hearing test, which is best provided by an audiologist, is to ensure that any occurrence of hearing loss is addressed and that further risk to your hearing loss is prevented. Hearing loss affects over one-tenth of all adults in the country, including many who don’t fall into commonly known risk factors like exposure to loud noise

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It takes time to get used to a new hearing aid . You become used to the absence of background noise and suddenly hearing it again can be intrusive and confusing. Your hearing care professional can show you the noise-reduction program on the hearing device, but even then it takes time for your brain to adjust. In a person with

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When someone begins to experience hearing loss, there can be a lot of initial uncertainty both from the individual affected and from those around them, who may have questions or concerns about how best to manage the situation. The truth is, with the variety and technology of hearing aids available these days, taking control of your hearing is easier than ever.

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Many people think that hearing loss is inevitable and is just something that happens with old age. This isn't necessarily true, and while hearing loss can't always be prevented, there is one type of hearing loss is 100% preventable, and that is due to noise exposure. Loud noises can be dangerous and can permanently damage your hearing , no matter

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