Hearing Health Blog

Hearing is one of the most important senses as it helps us to connect with friends and loved ones. You use your sense of hearing at work, during your free time and when driving. Unfortunately, most people take their hearing for granted until it's too late. But did you know that some daily activities can harm your hearing ability and

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Human beings are social by nature; we rely on daily interaction to help us feel connected to the world around us. Yes, it’s vital to make time for yourself because you need to recharge and recuperate after a long day. However, our routine conversations enable us to perform better at work and life more fulfilling lives. Unfortunately, hearing loss is

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Hearing aids are an effective treatment for hearing loss, but if you’ve had yours for a while now, it could be time for an upgrade. Hearing aids are constantly evolving and innovations in technology mean there are many newer, more advanced models on the market. There could be other factors that influence you to get a new hearing aid, such

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Hearing aids are very effective in the treatment of hearing loss, but seeing as they’re complex devices, they sometimes need a little TLC. Proper cleaning and maintenance of hearing aids are essential to prevent any damage, and it’s also recommended to have regular check-ups with an audiologist to ensure they’re functioning as they should. By being proactive, you can help

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Hearing protection is necessary for those who are exposed to very loud noise mostly during work, or in other situations. There are different types of earplugs that work as hearing protection, along with earmuffs and canal caps. These will reduce the effect of the sound on your ears and protect them from any possible damage. Hearing protection also makes working

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A hearing aid may be a small device, but it can make a big difference to your life. Imrovping your hearing and restoring your confidence, there’s no underestimating its value. Once you’ve started using a hearing aid, you’ll never look back, which is why it’s important to recognize when it is time to replace it. Learn more about replacing your hearing

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If you’ve noticed that something isn’t right with your hearing, an audiologist can help. An audiologist can help test your hearing for signs of hearing loss and recommend treatment and support to help you improve your hearing. Left untreated, hearing loss can progress, which is why it’s important to get your hearing checked as soon as you become aware of

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Cochlear implants are an implantable medical device that allows its wearers to hear and process audio information more clearly. And, although cochlear implants perform the same functions as a hearing aid, there is some key difference between how each of them works.  How cochlear implants work compared to hearing aids Hearing aids work to boost sound signals, cochlear implants are

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For as long as hearing loss has been apparent, we have looked for a way to test for it. As medical practices have evolved so have the ways for testing for hearing loss. Right from the start in Greece through to modern testing, we’re going to have a look at the history behind hearing tests.  The first hearing test The

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Audiologists use their knowledge and expertise to help with a variety of conditions. Many people associate audiologists with just hearing tests, but, in fact, audiologists help people with many issues relating to ear health, balance, and hearing.  Audiologists play a vital role in diagnosing and treating hearing loss and other conditions. An audiologist can also offer advice on ear care,

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