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Visiting your audiologist for the first time can be daunting and exciting all at the same time. You and your audiologist want to get the most out of your appointment, so there are a few ways that you can prepare yourself before you go.  Bring your medical information Your audiologist will need to know about your medical history, so ensure

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You may not even know that you need a hearing aid until you visit your audiologist and take a test . If they determine you could benefit from one and give you a range of options, you might be surprised by the difference it makes. Modern hearing aids offer exceptional sound quality and can significantly enhance your hearing. Whether you

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Nobody likes a test. It means you might fail and must take steps you're not ready for. This is exactly what scares people about taking a hearing exam. They fear they might have to get a hearing device or change their lifestyle, but this is not always the case. A hearing examination is more like going to the dentist for a checkup.

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Hearing loss and cognitive decline are two things that are more closely connected than many people realize. If you’re going to ensure your cognitive capabilities remain as strong as they possibly can for the longest possible time, it’s important to understand how it links to untreated hearing loss. By getting treatment for your hearing loss, you can take better care

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Our hearing can be harmed and damaged in a vast variety of situations. If you’re looking to better protect your hearing , it all starts with being aware of the various activities and sound environments that can damage your auditory system. You might be exposing your ears to threats without even realizing that you’re doing it, and that’s going to

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The number one reason why people take the time to get a hearing aid fitted by an audiologist is that it can help to improve their hearing. After all, that’s what they were invented for. However, recent studies have shown that there are many other advantages to wearing a hearing aid, benefits that are happy side effects rather than the

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Background noise is something we take for granted in life. But when we begin to understand that background noise can have an impact on our hearing loss it's important to get to the root of the problem. Even people with normal hearing might have issues distinguishing sounds when there's a lot of background noise present. But those with hearing impairments

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Tinnitus is a condition that is known to affect over 45 million Americans. Although anybody can develop tinnitus, some people can have a higher risk of exposure to it due to their lifestyle or age. If you have experienced symptoms of tinnitus, such as ringing swishing, hissing or buzzing in your ears, you may be able to reduce this. Here

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A hearing aid is a device that changes the lives of millions . It's a lifeline for people who have discovered they have a hearing problem, and a hearing aid can help an individual live their lives better thanks to being diagnosed with a hearing condition, so why isn't it generally covered by insurance?  The coverage of hearing aids in

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Hearing loss is something that many people experience in their lifetime. While it is commonly regarded as being something that happens as you get older, in actual fact, hearing loss can affect people of all ages.  Around sixteen percent of people between the ages of 20-69 experience hearing loss .  It is essential that those experiencing hearing loss don’t ignore

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