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Around 15% of the American population – over 50 million people in the US – experience tinnitus. Tinnitus is the perception of a sound – most commonly a ringing a clicking sound, but it could be a variety of noises – when there is nothing there. As such, tinnitus is not only an audiological condition but it also a neurological

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The most common recommendation when you experience permanent hearing loss is to wear hearing aids . However, if you’ve never needed any corrections for your hearing comfort before, the idea of receiving hearing aids can be confusing.  First of all, it is fair to mention that the recommendation to wear hearing devices is the result of observations and hearing examinations.

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When dealing with hearing loss, you can be afflicted with different types, like sensorineural or conductive , which may also have different causes. Sensorineural hearing loss is the most frequent cause of hearing problems. Nine out of 10 people who experience hearing difficulties have a form of sensorineural hearing loss. If you have received a recommendation for a hearing aid

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Tinnitus is a condition characterized by persistent sounds in the ears without any obvious external cause.  There are two kinds of tinnitus : one where the brain hallucinates the sound, and another where the machinery of the ear creates real noises. The first type of tinnitus is the most common, and there is no way, even in principle, of detecting

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If you work in a loud environment, or even if you're sometimes exposed to loud noises, hearing protection is essential. Hearing protection devices work by reducing the energy of sound waves reaching your inner ear. If sound waves have too much energy, they can damage the sensitive machinery of the ear, leading to progressive hearing loss and, sometimes, deafness.  Choosing

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The ear naturally produces earwax as a way of keeping itself clean. Pores in the ear canal secrete earwax – a sticky substance – which then gets transported by tiny hairs in the ear towards the outside where it dries and flakes off harmlessly into the environment.  Wearing hearing aids and some medical conditions, however, can disrupt this natural process

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Are you thinking about getting hearing aids? You can speak to your hearing instrument specialist about this choice and the options ahead . For now, let’s run down some of the things you can consider with this possibility. Different types There are actually a variety of different types of hearing aid that you can choose from. These are behind the

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Hearing loss is often viewed as an issue that only causes one problem; you lose your ability to hear properly. Most people assume that the only consequences of this are that life becomes a lot quieter. But, hearing loss can actually lead to lots of other problems too - particularly where your brain is concerned. Aside from leading to mental

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Assistive listening devices - often referred to as ALDs - help improve your hearing in different places, and can be used to enhance the performance of your hearing aids. As a hearing instrument specialist , we have lots of experience dealing with these different devices. So, we want to help you by explaining the different assistive listening devices and how

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Today’s hearing technology options offer some of the most advanced hearing aids with features that utilize Bluetooth , multisettings and rechargeable batteries. Because of these advanced technology options, caring for your hearing aids is an integral part of keeping them in optimal shape. Proper care isn’t just knowing how to store them; it also involves regular cleaning and maintenance, as

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