If you have spoken to an audiologist about concerns to do with your hearing and undergone a range of tests, you may be on your way to a hearing aid fitting to improve your hearing. Your audiologist will have taken you through a lot of information about your hearing and how your hearing tests work, […]
Hearing loss can be alarming for the person experiencing it. People have different reactions to hearing loss. Here, we’ll explain the three main types of hearing loss that affect most people.
For non-specialists, it can be easy to mix up industry terms. After all, some of them sound the same, such as a hearing aid dispenser and audiologist. Don’t they both do the same thing and provide hearing loss testing and devices?
Hearing aids are impressive pieces of technology. It’s a modern marvel that so many features, like a microphone, speaker and processing unit, can fit into a device no larger than the end of your thumb. But just like other electronic devices, hearing aids deteriorate and, over time, eventually stop working altogether. Signs of a hearing […]
Hearing loss is a condition that affects more than 48 million people living in the US and is estimated to cost the country more than $18 billion in lost taxes per year. Hearing loss is prevalent, and yet sufferers can still find it difficult to tell others about their condition, whether family members, a dating […]
Hearing aids can bring substantial improvements to your quality of life, improving both physical and mental health. Here are some of their benefits.
You don’t want ongoing maintenance of your hearing aids to cost a fortune. So what can you do to extend the battery life of your device? Let’s take a look.
Failing to protect your ears can result in hearing loss and tinnitus – a condition where a person hears persistent noises with no external cause.
Let’s take a look at all the various ways that you can troubleshoot your hearing device from home, and when to bring it to an audiologist for repairs.
Audiologists can be easy to find, but selecting the right one is crucial to getting the diagnosis and treatment you need for your hearing condition.