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Hearing Health Blog

Tinnitus is a symptom that impacts millions of people all around the world. In fact, it is believed that between 15-20% around the world experience tinnitus. While it is not considered a severe condition, it can be very frustrating. Of course, the main aim is to prevent yourself from experiencing tinnitus to begin with. However, this is not always possible,

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If you are experiencing any sort of hearing problem, one thing you need to do is use the services of an experienced hearing instrument specialist who can help to make sure you get the help and assistance that you require. There is a lot that a hearing instrument specialist can offer you. Yes, they can carry out hearing examinations and

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Chances are, you are already aware that a hearing test is a very important thing to have done from time to time. It is one of those health checks which are vital for ensuring that you are taking care of yourself, and you should make sure that you are doing this whenever you might need to. You should do it

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We all need to look after our hearing, but some people need to be extra careful. If you’re a musician, then you’ll need to ensure that your hearing is as good as possible. After all, it will influence your ability to hear the music that you’re creating. However, musicians are also at an increased risk compared with other people in

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Hearing loss has many different causes, including genetic factors, sensory overload, accidents or illness, and the aging process. It can range from mild to severe, which will be determined by your hearing instrument specialist (HIS). The two types of hearing loss are: Conductive Sensorineural It is called mixed hearing loss when a person presents with the above-mentioned types. Congenital hearing

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Hearing loss is something that we do not tend to worry about until it is too late. We do not give much thought to our hearing health until we notice that it is fading, and we cannot hear things as effectively as we used to be able to. If this sounds familiar, it is essential to book an appointment with

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Hearing device care can sometimes feel a little daunting and overwhelming. But it doesn’t need to be. By following a few simple guidelines, you shouldn't have any problem at all keeping your hearing aid device in good condition. We’re going to talk today about those tips and how you can start implementing them as part of your hearing device care

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Selecting the right hearing aids for the first time can be an overwhelming experience. You might be inclined to google, but you will have many options presented to you, making you more confused. It is advisable to visit a hearing instrument specialist (HIS) who will help you make a sound decision. They may recommend you use in-the-ear (ITE) hearing aids

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Hearing aids are delicate pieces of equipment and need extra care. It’s important to prevent their exposure to moisture, for example. There are certain precautions you can take to keep your hearing aids safe in situations where they’re more likely to come into contact with water. This is more common in summer, for example, if you decide to go swimming,

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Harmful sounds can come from all kinds of sources and various situations. Even relatively mundane activities such as listening to music, walking past a construction site or inspecting something as part of your job can contribute to hazardous effects on your ears that can lead to long-term damage such as tinnitus and hearing loss. Noise levels of 85dB or greater

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