How Can Hearing Loss Be Managed at Work

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There are currently more than 1.5 billion people in the world living with some degree of hearing loss. Hearing loss can affect many parts of your daily life, from having trouble hearing the television to struggling to understand what a coworker is saying during a work presentation. Knowing the available personal and employer-provided accommodations for
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What Is the Relationship Between Insomnia and Hearing Loss?

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We all know how important it is to our overall health to get quality sleep each night. Unfortunately, many factors can prevent us from getting the rest we need. Research has indicated that one of those factors might be hearing loss. Research on Hearing Loss and Sleep Quality Several studies have found an association between
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How Long Does It Take to Get Used to Hearing Aids?

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Hearing loss is a common chronic condition. While, in the vast majority of cases, hearing loss is permanent, the good news is that hearing aids are an excellent treatment option that can benefit an estimated 28.8 million adults in the United States alone. Whether you are considering hearing aids or have newly been fitted for
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How To Enjoy Podcasts With Hearing Loss

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Podcasts are a fun way to keep yourself entertained during a long drive, a spring-cleaning day or even just a walk at Gage Park. Hearing loss shouldn’t stop you from enjoying your latest episode binge. Let’s examine how you can accommodate for your hearing loss while streaming podcasts. Try Bluetooth® Hearing Aids In 2019, 7.1%
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What To Know About Hearing Aid Programming

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Hearing loss is extremely widespread, with approximately 28.8 million U.S. adults showing hearing loss that could benefit from hearing aids. Hearing aids are small but technologically advanced devices that can amplify speech sounds, reduce ambient noise, manage tinnitus symptoms and keep you more aware of your surroundings. While most hearing aids share similar features and
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Tips for Connecting Your Hearing Aids With Bluetooth®-Capable Technology

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Approximately 15% of U.S. adults report some trouble hearing. With its prevalence, finding ways to make accommodations for hearing loss can significantly improve your daily life. One way to help create ease is to learn how to connect your hearing aids with other technology. If your hearing aids are Bluetooth®-capable, you can connect your phone,
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Tips for Caring for Your Hearing Aids This Summer

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Summer in Topeka is the perfect time to enjoy outdoor activities like swimming, barbequing and playing sports. However, if you wear hearing aids, it’s important to know how to protect them from the extra heat and moisture that comes with the season. Four Ways To Keep Your Hearing Aids Safe in the Summertime Store your
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What Should I Do if My Hearing Aid Gets Wet?

With summer comes pool parties, barbeques and swims at Sherwood Lake. Knowing how to care for your hearing aids if they get wet can give you peace of mind in the summer fun. 1. Calculate the Extent of Water Damage Most hearing aids have a water-resistant coating to protect them from small amounts of water,
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How to Put Your Hearing Aids In

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If you’re one of the millions of people who have decided to treat your hearing loss with hearing aids, congratulations! Taking this step towards prioritizing your hearing health will improve many aspects of your life and make it easier to socialize with others, whether at a family reunion or bowling with friends at The Pennant.
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