Hearing Health Blog

When you have a hearing aid for the first time, you will notice some important maintenance and cleaning tips to follow to keep your hearing aid functioning for longer. Hearing aids are small devices that are designed to help you hear, but due to their small size, they can be delicate, and you need to be careful when handling them

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Your hearing aids are an integral part of your life, and they offer you something that plays a massive part in helping to improve your hearing quality. Because of this, it is essential to make sure you take steps that will help you to look after these hearing devices more effectively, and this is something that plays a huge role

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When you have a high-pitched ringing in your ear that distracts you and cause you distress, it’s a sign you have a condition known as tinnitus. However, tinnitus is a very subjective experience and there's no way for other people to hear what you can hear – so how can an audiologist predict the condition you have and take steps

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Hearing loss can affect those of all ages, occurring gradually or suddenly. Although conditions such as presbycusis most commonly affects those of the older generation, babies, children and younger adults can also be affected by hearing loss. It can be split into three different categories: Conductive : Involves the middle or outer ear Sensorineural : Involves the inner ear Mixed:

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Choosing a hearing health professional means looking for the right qualities so that you know they can deliver the standard of care that you're looking for. Hearing care providers can vary in a number of ways, so any single provider won't be right for everyone. However, even though everyone is different, there are certain qualities that will benefit everyone. When

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