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Hearing Health Blog

If your partner or spouse isn’t hearing very well, then you will know that sometimes this can be frustrating. You may feel as though you cannot have a conversation with them without repetition, and that you are also losing your connection with them as well. Either way, it’s important to remember that it’s not their fault. They might not be

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Living with hearing loss is something you get used to over time. However, what you never fail to find shocking is how easy hearing aids are to break or lose. Sometimes, a small amount of pressure is enough to distort the volume and clarity of a device. And, misplacing an implant for one second can lead to confusion as you

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Finding a phone that is compatible with your hearing aid is a decision that you shouldn’t take lightly. As technology changes, there are dozens of different factors to consider to make sure you choose a handset that fits your needs. At Advanced Hearing Care , we’re hearing instrument specialists, and we want to ensure that your device is as hassle-free

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The past few years have given us some fantastic advances in the latest hearing aid technologies . From filtering out your own voice to sensors in our hearing aids that can keep track of our health, there are plenty of new advances that will give us new ways to use our hearing aids. To determine what kind of technology you

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Hearing loss and tinnitus are closely related conditions due to being caused by the same root causes. For example, exposure to loud noises causes noise-induced hearing loss , which can also cause tinnitus. Similarly, damage to the inner ear that affects the nerves may cause both hearing loss and tinnitus depending on the severity of the condition. As a result,

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Hearing aid batteries might not seem like the most exciting part of the hearing aid device you use, but they’re certainly significant. They provide your hearing aid with the power  they need to function correctly, and there are lots of things that hearing aid users should know about them. We’re going to look at the best hearing aid batteries that

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One of the things that people often worry about when they find out that they have to get a hearing aid is the costs associated with these devices. Is it something that is covered by your insurance? And what are the other options can you utilize to finance your much-needed hearing aids? These are all common and valid inquiries, and

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Most people don’t know this, but there is more than one type of hearing aid on the market. Speaking to a reputable hearing instrument specialist is important when it comes to choosing the right hearing aid for you because without the right advice you can’t make a good decision to suit your hearing needs. There may be a long list

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Hearing aids are the embodiment of technology in miniature. This means that you are going to have all the tubing and circuitry that you need to help your hearing and it’s all tiny in size and sits in the palm of your hand in a little shell. The last thing that you want from your hearing aid is to have

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Getting hearing aids for the first time is a new experience. If you've never worn them before, there will be a period of adjustment while you learn your devices. While hearing aids won’t restore your hearing, they will significantly improve your listening experience. It can take you a while to get used to them but there are some things that

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