Face Masks and Hearing Aids
Jul 23, 2020

How To Wear A Face Mask With Your Hearing Aids

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed our way of doing things, with wearing of face masks as one of the recommended ways of reducing the spread of the virus. In most jurisdictions, it is mandatory to wear the mask when in public areas, whether individuals are experiencing symptoms or not. Due to this, people living with the loss of hearing are finding it increasingly hard to communicate with people who are wearing masks, since they are often inaudible. Inaudibility is not the only problem facing

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Daily Hearing Aid Use
Jul 10, 2020

Should I Wear Hearing Aids Every Day?

Hearing aids are devices used to treat hearing loss to both children and adults. These are communication devices with the capability to amplify and distinguish speeches, music, and environmental sounds from vehicles and heavy machines. Wearing hearing aids will help activate your brain in adjusting to and comprehending environmental sounds. Without hearing aids, it is difficult for your brain to identify sounds, which makes hearing more challenging. Hearing Aids Can Keep Your Brain Active Our

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5 Things to Consider
Jun 17, 2020

5 Things to Consider When Buying Hearing Aids

Some people expect an audiologist to just hand them the perfect hearing aids that are ready to go during the same appointment that they get the results that they may be needed. There are actually a few things that need to be considered before purchasing the right pair of hearing aids. Finding the right pair is essential to regular hearing care for the considerable future. Severity Of Hearing Loss Not all hearing loss is created equal and hearing aids aren't all the same. Finding the right ones

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Jun 04, 2020

Can Heart Disease Cause Hearing Loss?

Heart disease is a wide-ranging term for many ailments that affect the heart's structure and function. According to the Center for Disease Control (CDC), 1 in 4 Americans die from cardiovascular disease. However, heart disease doesn't just harm your cardiovascular system; it also affects the health of several organs such as your kidneys and respiratory system. Moreover, a significant body part often overlooked with cardiovascular diseases is your ears. The lack of blood flow and oxygen that

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