Hearing Aids in Winter
Dec 05, 2019

5 Tips to Improve Your Sleep with Tinnitus

Tinnitus is a symptom of another condition such as an ear injury or age-related hearing loss. The symptoms you'll experience include hearing phantom sounds such as ringing or buzzing. Although it doesn't usually signify something serious, tinnitus can be quite bothersome. The most significant annoyance is interference with sleep. We recommend the following five tips for hearing care and improving your sleep with tinnitus. 1. Regulate Your Bedtime Did you know that going to bed and waking up at


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Hearing Aids Whistle
Nov 21, 2019

Why Do My Hearing Aids Whistle?

The average hearing aid consists of three parts—the microphone, the amplifier, and the receiver. The devices pick up sound, amplify it, and send the sound vibrations to the ear. When a hearing aid's volume is too loud, or wax is present in the ear, it can cause it to whistle. It can be jarring to the nervous system and causes the person with hearing loss to miss out on what another person says. To better understand the solutions that exist to prevent hearing aids from whistling, it's essential


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Temporary Hearing Loss
Nov 14, 2019

Treating Temporary Hearing Loss

Temporary hearing loss can be a frightening occurrence that has a multitude of potential causes. Chicago Beltone invites prospective clients and interested parties to read the following short blog providing an overview of this health issue. Defining A Temporary Loss Of Hearing Temporary hearing impairment is an audio malady that causes the impediment of someone's audio capacity for a specific duration of time. That said, this loss is not permanent and eventually returns. Causes Of Temporary


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Meniere's Disease
Oct 24, 2019

Can Hearing Aids Help with Meniere's Disease?

What is Meniere’s Disease? Meniere’s Disease is an inner ear disorder that causes vertigo and dizziness that can last from hours to days, hearing loss, tinnitus (ringing in the ear), or pressure build up in the ear. Meniere’s disease is not common, and its cause is not well understood, but there are some treatment options that can help alleviate chronic symptoms. How can Meniere’s Disease be Diagnosed? To diagnose Meniere’s disease, the patient must be documented to have experienced at least


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