Hearing Health Blog
Because hearing loss is so common, chances are you likely know someone living with it to some degree, whether mild or more severe. It is considered an invisible condition, which means it’s easy not to notice it initially. However, it may become more apparent if conversations become difficult or challenging in noisy environments, or if they are asking you to
If you’ve been diagnosed with hearing loss , then the most likely course of action is working with an audiologist to learn more about your treatment options – hearing aids. There are several steps to ensure you get the best devices for your specific needs, including selection, dispensing and fitting of hearing aids. A professional fitting is much more effective
Hearing aid technology has been improving rapidly over the past few years with the advent of digital technology. Not all of those improvements are made to the hearing aids themselves, however. Significant advances have been made with hearing compatible phones as well. Not only are we improving the way that you’re able to connect your device to phones in order
There’s a good chance that you’ve experienced tinnitus before, even if you couldn’t put a name to the condition . Some of us experience it as a ringing, others as a buzzing. For some it can sound like a clicking while others may hear it as a humming. When we’re trying to get to sleep, tinnitus can keep us awake.
Your earwax plays a vital role in keeping your ears healthy and ensuring that the ear canal remains clean and free of debris. Earwax is something that we all need and rely on when it comes to maintaining ear health, the vast majority of the time. Unfortunately, earwax can, on occasion, become problematic. Rather than merely performing its core role