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Hearing Health Blog

In the last 10 years, the technology that powers hearing aids has advanced leaps and bounds, making it easier than ever to connect with the world around you. As impressive as they are, however, they can suffer faults and issues from time to time. The technology inside your device is very small and complex, after all. Here, we’re going to

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Getting used to hearing loss can take time, and it isn’t always easy. Not only do you have the process of finding, fitting, and adjusting to a hearing aid to get through, but you also have your friends and family to consider. You may have had trouble understanding and communicating with them for some time, now, but now that the

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Hearing loss is a prevalent condition. We grow more likely to experience it as we age, and we may also be more likely to develop it if we’re exposed to severely loud external noises. Perhaps you’ve been worried that your hearing is a little off lately, have had odd sensations in your ear, or you have had trouble understanding people

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The difference that a hearing aid can make in your life is profound. It can immediately start to improve your hearing, but those improvements can be surprising, even a little uncomfortable at first. If you’ve worked with your hearing instrument specialist in selecting the right ones for your needs, there should be no major issues, but getting used to them

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If you’ve never had a hearing test , then we highly suggest you book one with a hearing instrument specialist right away. Even if you haven’t been experiencing any clear issues, it’s good to have a hearing test performed in adulthood to establish a baseline for any future problems that could develop. As with anything in life, the first time

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