Hearing Health Blog
An audiologist is the best partner you can have throughout your hearing health journey. They are qualified to diagnose and treat a wide range of hearing and balance health-related issues, including hearing loss, balance disorders and tinnitus. Additionally, they can help fit, maintain and repair hearing aids, ensuring you get the best out of your device. However, selecting the right
Hearing loss is often something that emerges slowly over time. Sometimes it can be so slow that people, including the sufferer, fail to notice and assume that it’s a regular part of the aging process. But your sense of hearing is essential. You rely on it not only to stay safe but also to work effectively and sustain intimate relationships.
With so many different hearing aid types to choose from, you might be struggling to know which one is right for you. When you speak to your audiologist, they will run through a number of the different possibilities, including in-the-ear (ITE) hearing aids. These hearing aids are designed to be suitable for everyone to use regardless of their hearing issue.
You understand the importance of hygiene and self-care. You wash properly every day. You brush your teeth twice a day and floss. You wash your hair often enough without over washing it and you even scrub under your fingernails. However, there may be one part of you that isn’t quite as spotlessly clean as you may think… and that’s your ears.
Have you ever heard of an earmold? If you haven’t, you might be wondering what it is. Even if you have, you might not be entirely sure of what it is and what it does. If that’s the case, then keep reading this article because we are going to talk about what an earmold is down below. What is it?
Tinnitus is one of the most common problems that hearing care professionals deal with every day. Essentially, it's when you have a ringing, buzzing or possibly even a hissing sensation in your ears. No matter where you are, the noise just doesn’t seem to go away. The good news is that tinnitus can easily be treated and it often goes
Hearing aids can be quite delicate due to their small size and advanced electronic components. This can result in damages that will commonly occur, making it important to regularly speak with your audiologist to ensure that your hearing aids are working correctly. It’s important to prepare for hearing aid repairs so that you have a high chance of success to
Hearing loss can make you feel very alone. It can cause barriers to conversation between groups of people and individuals. It can make activities and occasions that used to bring you great joy into a tedious affair. It can make the prospect of spending time with friends in a busy restaurant nightmarish. It can even make staying at home and
If you suffer from hearing loss, then there’s a high chance your audiologist will suggest you need hearing aids. As a result, you’ll be booked for a hearing aid fitting . This appointment is incredibly important to ensure you get the most out of your new devices. From programming to testing the new devices, you can expect the following things
There are a great many people who are not attending their hearing tests as an adult; unless they feel that something could be wrong. As a child, you go through hearing tests at school to check how well you can respond to speech and different tones. As an adult, you should be getting your hearing tested every ten years until