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What level of hearing loss requires the use of a hearing aid? This is a question that many people have, and it is not always an easy question to answer. The fact of the matter is that there is no one definitive answer to this question. It depends on various factors, including the severity of the individual's hearing loss and

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The quick answer to this question is definitive: yes. Rechargeable hearing aids do work. They work in the way that they will help you hear more clearly. They also work in the way that they are easy to use, recharging is simple and they are as powerful as they need to be. If you are still not convinced and need

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Have you recently found that you are experiencing hearing loss ? If so, then it’s worth speaking to an audiologist . They will complete a hearing test and then recommend the hearing aids that are going to provide the right benefits that you need. There are various different types of hearing aids that are suitable for all levels of hearing

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Many factors can affect the electrical circuit in hearing aids. Accordingly, your hearing aid is designed like any other electric gadget that will self-destruct when it comes into contact with moisture. As much as most people know this and tend to remove their hearing aids when going into the shower, swimming pool or any other place with moisture, it is

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Tinnitus can be both acute and chronic. Being exposed to loud sounds, such as music at a concert, can lead to ringing in the ears for a brief period. Exposure to certain medications can also cause acute tinnitus. Chronic tinnitus often occurs in older adults and is associated with hearing loss.  While there are different degrees of severity of tinnitus,

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Your hearing aids are designed to adapt to your everyday auditory situations effortlessly. This means that your hearing aids will automatically adapt to your changing settings as you go from a busy convenience store, a windy beach to your quiet home. Soft sounds should be quiet but audible, while loud sounds should be loud but not uncomfortable. Hearing aid users

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Statistics show that wearing a hearing aid could be beneficial for as many as 28.8 million American citizens . Despite this, the number of hearing aids dispensed yearly is much less, and audiologists recorded just 3.65 million supplied in 2016. Even when people start to encounter hearing loss, they typically wait for years before finally purchasing their first hearing aid,

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Hearing aids are the most common treatment for hearing loss . These are small electronic devices that can be modified to solve various types of hearing loss. Audiologists recommend hearing aids if your hearing tests show hearing loss across various frequencies. There are three main groups of hearing aids, in the canal (ITC), in the ear (ITE) and behind the

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If you are one of the millions currently experiencing hearing loss without any treatment, now is the time to take control of the situation. In most cases, then, knowing how to buy hearing aids is top of the agenda. Whether looking to buy your first pair of hearing aids , upgrade your existing outdated solution, or learn more due to

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It would be great if we could buy something and it would simply last forever. Unfortunately, it does not work this way. All gadgets, no matter what they are used for, are prone to malfunction . Plus, we can change too, and so this means that something that was once useful is no longer beneficial. This is especially the case

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