What Type of Hearing Aid Is Right for You?

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If your audiologist has suggested that you would benefit from hearing aids, you may have already begun the research process. If so, you may have found the amount of information on the different manufacturers, styles and features to be overwhelming. While your audiologist is here to work with you through every step of the selection
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Hearing Aid Troubleshooting Tips

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Your hearing aids represent a significant investment in both time and money, so when they don’t seem to be working properly, it’s easy to begin to panic. But in many cases, there’s a quick-fix that will get them back in working order in no time, especially if they haven’t been exposed to moisture or dropped
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Top 4 Causes of Hearing Aid Damage

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Your hearing aids are important investments that give you the ability to communicate with loved ones and enjoy the sounds of the world around you. Hearing aids are built to survive the rugged environment of your ear during most hours of the day, but because they’re packed with state-of-the-art technology, they can still be susceptible
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Tips for Proper Hearing Aid Maintenance

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Hearing aids represent a significant investment in both time and money, and they last about three to seven years on average. It’s important to care for your devices properly in order to ensure you get the most you can out of them. Below are some tips for proper hearing aid maintenance to keep your devices
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How to Clean Your Hearing Aids

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Your hearing aids represent a significant investment in both time and money, which means you want them to last as long as possible. On average, the lifespan of hearing aids is between three and seven years. To make sure your devices live a long, useful life, it’s essential to clean them properly every day. Tools
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Does Milk Increase Mucus Production?

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Have you heard the old wives’ tale that drinking milk will result in excess mucus production, or that it’s dangerous for children with asthma? If so, have you ever wondered if it’s true? Research shows that milk consumption does not, in fact, impact mucus production, and that it actually plays a beneficial role in children’s
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How to Prevent Winter Allergies

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This time of year during cold and flu season, it’s common to experience a runny nose, congestion, postnasal drip and a cough. But if your symptoms also include skin irritation or itchy/watery eyes, allergies may be to blame. What Causes Winter Allergies? There’s no pollen floating in the air during winter, so usually indoor allergens
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What Is Auditory Deprivation?

When you think of the consequences of untreated hearing loss, what do you come up with? Most people will list things like trouble communicating, difficulty talking on the phone, strained relationships and social isolation, all of which can greatly impact your quality of life. But there are other ways hearing loss can impact your wellbeing
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Resolve to Sleep Better

According to the American Academy of Sleep Medicine and the Sleep Research Society, adults ages 18-60 should get at least seven hours of sleep per night. Insufficient sleep is associated with increased risk of a number of health concerns, including increased risk of obesity, diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, stroke and mental distress. Signs
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