Hearing Health Blog
Admit that your hearing isn’t what it used to be – Most people wait five to seven years before solving their hearing problem. That’s time you cannot get back. Keep a positive attitude while you seek help – Success with your hearing aid will depend on your attitude, your desire to learn, and determination to increase your ability to hear.
Daily cleaning and regular service is extremely important for your hearing aid. Proper care extends the life of your hearing aid and ensures proper hygiene. Caring for Your Hearing Aid: Store your hearing aid in a safe place that’s dry and cool. Change the batteries often so they don’t suddenly run out of power. Switch off your hearing aid when
It’s a popular talking point in our industry - how long will a hearing aid battery last? And the answer is not a simple one. There are several factors that determine the life of a hearing aid battery. Below we review the 6 most important factors and why battery lifetime can be so variable. Factor #1 The Extent of the
By: Dr. Kerry Braunberger Eartech Audiology An audiologist is a professional who evaluates, diagnoses, treats, and manages hearing loss and balance disorders. The majority of hearing loss cannot be treated with medicines or surgery but can be treated by an audiologist with the use of hearing (re)habilitation (counseling, education, auditory training/exercises), hearing aids and/or assistive listening devices (products to use
Did you know that the way your brain processes sound is as unique as your personality or your fingerprint? Hearing is comprised not just of receiving sounds, but how we interpret them within our brains. What we actually hear is shaped by our life experiences, our lifestyle, and our personal physical and psychological make-up. The individuality of each person’s hearing