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In this country, hearing loss is a prevalent condition, and ageing is not always to blame. Unfortunately, many people take hearing for granted and fail to realize its importance until it is too late. Because of this, maintaining our ears is crucial. must try our best to reduce the likelihood of hearing loss or, in some situations, to battle to

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From newborns to seniors, anybody can experience hearing loss . Even while hearing loss is more likely to occur as you age, it can strike anyone at any time. Sound waves vibrate the eardrum and pass through the ear canal. The cochlea, our hearing organ, is stimulated by vibrations that leave the eardrum and pass through the middle ear bones.

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You have likely heard of hearing loss before, whether you have experienced it yourself, or someone you know has. While it’s true that people who are older are typically more at risk even if they are not showing signs, it can impact younger people as well. It’s important to take care of your hearing health as best you can to

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There are many people out there right now who don’t know much about hearing loss. Despite the fact that the information is readily available on what causes it, what the symptoms are and so on. One of the common questions that people want to know the answer to is whether or not an ear infection can cause adult hearing loss

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Hearing aids have come a long way since the first ones were invented years ago. Where they were once basic pieces of equipment. Of course, with all the new developments of the hearing aid people thought that this was incredible and advanced, but it’s only getting more advanced. In this article, we’re going to be talking about three of the

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If you're experiencing hearing loss, it makes sense to visit your hearing instrument specialist (HIS) for a solution. Often, your HIS would administer hearing aids to treat your hearing loss. However, this can only happen after a hearing test where they determine your health history, examine the outer and inner ear and various tests ascertain the level of speech and

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Hearing aids help people with hearing loss improve their speech and hearing comprehension. Likewise, they promote a healthy lifestyle while eliminating social isolation and depression. Therefore, it makes sense that people visit their hearing instrument specialist (HIS) for these helpful devices to manage their hearing loss. However, is it important to take hearing tests before getting hearing aids?  What Is

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The majority of people will experience hearing loss at some point in their lives, especially if they work in loud environments or they are over 50 years old. The good news is there are plenty of ways to treat various types of hearing loss. In this article, you will find out more about hearing loss and the anatomy of the

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After your hearing examination, your hearing instrument specialist (HIS) will likely book you in for a hearing aid fitting . A fitting is usually the next appointment that follows an examination and will often be the first time you get to try your hearing aids, if you’ve requested a pair. A fitting usually involves testing different hearing aid styles  and

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In America alone, there are over 30 million people per year who experience hearing problems. Hearing loss and related issues are typically associated with aging, but numerous things can cause it. Things such as damage to the ears, exposure to loud sounds regularly and wax-related infections. Suppose you are experiencing hearing loss, and you feel it is becoming an issue.

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