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As the Baby Boomer generation ages into a stage of life where hearing loss is generally accepted as something that just happens, a more detailed look is being taken into the impact of hearing loss. The most common issues, like the difficulties of social and verbal interaction are more widely known than ever before. However, there are more hidden dangers

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There are a lot of things that produce noise which can cause damage to your hearing over time. Damage like this is the most common cause of hearing loss in people of all ages and is usually caused by exposure to excessive noise levels. The sound we hear is measured in decibels. Any sound over 85 decibels have the potential to

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Hearing aids can be an effective device that can last anywhere between three and seven years. This will often depend on the quality and type of device but also how well the user looks after the device or devices themselves. When a hearing aid stops working or becomes less reliable than it used to be, it might be time to

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Hunting and shooting are two very popular pastimes in the United States. If you enjoy these hobbies, you understand the need to remain safe at all times and to protect your hearing health and wellbeing. Therefore, you might wonder whether it’s essential to wear protection during a session. The truth is that ear protection, such as earmuffs or earplugs, is

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Age-related hearing loss is a feature of getting older. As the body’s systems age, they become less effective. Even though most people learn to deal with the changes, it doesn’t change the fact that an estimated 33% of Americans between the ages of 65 and 74 experience hearing loss. Unfortunately, people can get too comfortable with hearing atrophy. Studies show

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The threat of age-related ailments, such as dementia, is always an issue you have to consider as you get older. Nobody wants to deal with mental health problems, which is why it’s essential to take measures to negate the impacts of growing older as soon as possible. Thankfully, new research highlights how hearing aids are excellent tools for people who

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Tinnitus is a persistent sound that occurs in the ear with no outside stimulus. It is most referred to as a ringing in the ears although that can be misleading as it does not just have to mimic a ringing noise. Tinnitus can also present as a roaring, clicking, buzzing or hissing sound. Noises can happen at any pitch and

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There are a few different types of hearing aids to choose from , after your audiometry test , your audiologist will discuss your options. Your audiologist may recommend any one of the following types of hearing aids: In the ear (ITE): ITE hearing aids fit directly inside the ear, rather than behind the ear. These hearing aids are often praised

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Despite proper maintenance, sometimes modern hearing aids need that professional touch. There are specific issues that can occur with your hearing device that will require your audiologist. We are going to look at today at a few of these issues and what to listen out for. Feedback Issues As many of us know, feedback issues with a hearing device can

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Tinnitus is often described as a ringing in the ear . For some people though, it can sound more like buzzing, or even like a rush of wind. The problem with tinnitus is that you can hear it even when the room you’re in is completely silent.  It’s not its own condition. Rather, it’s the result of another underlying condition.

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