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Servicing Your Hearing Aids at Home

Hearing loss is a significant problem that currently affects 48 million people in the United States. Nowadays, obtaining hearing aids is easier than ever before and adjusting them can also be done in the convenience of your home.

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Misplacing Your Hearing Devices

Imagine waking up one morning and realizing that your hearing aids have gone missing. You think about the last time you wore them and realize that you must have lost them somewhere during the day, but can’t quite remember where or when. As you search in vain for your hearing aids, you slowly begin to realize that they really are nowhere to be found.

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Batteries for Hearing Devices

Using hearing aids requires you to utilize hearing aid batteries that are available in various shapes and sizes, depending on your hearing aid model. You can check the manual of your hearing aid or consult your audiologist to determine the correct battery size and category for your particular hearing aids.

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Medical Ailments That Might Lead to Hearing Impairment

A number of medical conditions have been found to contribute to the development of hearing loss. Some of these conditions may be temporary and treatable, while others are more severe and could lead to lasting damage to one’s hearing health.

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Hearing Loss in the Inner Ear

Various types of hearing loss exist, among which one of the most common types is sensorineural hearing loss. This type of hearing loss occurs due to damage to the inner ear due to problems of the vestibulocochlear nerve or disruption in the auditory areas of the brain that centrally process sound.

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Preparing to Fit Your Hearing Device

Obtaining new hearing aids can be an overwhelming process. Preparing yourself for your hearing aid fitting appointment can help ease your transition back into the world of hearing and ensure you go through the process smoothly.

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Ear Protection for You

Prevention is always better than the cure. Hearing loss can occur even if you do not necessarily work in loud, noisy environments. It can occur even if you operate loud machinery at home, such as lawn mowers, snow blowers, chainsaws or other power tools.

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Break Free from Your Hearing Loss Limitations

Hearing loss does not necessarily need to limit your life. Recent enhancements in technology have significantly improved the effectiveness of hearing aids so that they are discreet yet significantly efficient in helping to enhance your hearing experience.

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The Importance of Hearing

Take a moment to think about all the glorious sounds that you are enveloped by each day; the tinkling of a stream, the chirpy song of a bird, the gleeful laugh of a child, and your favorite song on the radio. Each of these sounds transforms life into a melodious experience.

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Listening Efficiently With Hearing Aids

Obtaining new hearing instruments can take time to adjust with. A lot of the new sounds you hear as a result of using hearing aids can appear foreign to you, thus you may need to reacquaint yourself with the world of sound.

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Health and Hearing

The world of sound is often only appreciated until you can no longer hear it. Hearing not only affects your communication but also has significant impacts on your physical health. A primary function of having proper hearing is to maintain proper balance and poise.

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Invest In Your Hearing

People do not hesitate to invest in significantly expensive deals when it comes to financial schemes, real estate, or stock market shares. Investment is often thought to be as a purchase made in order to gain profits in the future out of that particular purchase.

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Vertigo and Hearing Loss

Vertigo is the impression of spinning even though you are not moving. You may feel like the room around you is whirling around or may feel as though you yourself are going round in circles even though you and your surroundings are completely still in reality.

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Myths Regarding Tinnitus

Tinnitus affects a significant number of people each year. It can be a frustrating experience which can give rise to a sense of hopelessness, confusion, and anxiety, especially if incorrect information is obtained regarding its true nature. This article aims at correcting some of the commonly held mistaken beliefs about Tinnitus.

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Interpreting Your Hearing Test Results

When you go in for a hearing test, your results are recorded in an audiogram to help you understand the results and measure the extent of your hearing loss. Basically, your audiogram, or hearing test results are recorded as a graph that indicates various frequencies on which the average person can hear, and where you lie on that scale.

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Repairing Your Hearing Aids

Hearing aids, like any other device, are prone to damage and deterioration over a period of time despite engaging in appropriate maintenance techniques. This may require professional repair to make sure your hearing aid functions to the best of its ability.

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