Hearing Health Blog
Have you noticed a ringing in your ear ? It may not be ringing at all. It could also be a buzzing, whooshing or whirring; basically, any sound you can hear that has no external source. This is a clear sign that you are experiencing a condition known as tinnitus. Tinnitus causes you to hear noises that aren’t actually there.
If you wear a hearing aid you probably already know about the frustrations of poor-quality batteries. Issues such as hearing loss and tinnitus are annoying enough without the constant need to keep changing the battery on your hearing aid. Therefore, it’s worth spending some time considering what are the best hearing aid batteries for your device so you can buy
If you have recently arranged your first appointment with your audiologist , you will naturally want to make sure that the appointment goes as smoothly as possible. As with most things in life, good preparation is the key to achieving this goal – and below, we’ve highlighted a few you may want to do in this regard before your appointment
Tinnitus is a condition that affects an estimated 50 million Americans. If you are one of them, you may already be familiar with the impacts it can have on your daily life in a variety of situations. Finding a way to effectively manage the situation is vital, and hearing aids with tinnitus-masking features could be the answer. While most people
If you’ve just had a hearing test and your audiologist recommended hearing aids, you may have also scheduled a fitting appointment . A hearing aid fitting is precisely what it sounds like: a visit with your audiologist to have your selected devices specifically programmed to your particular needs. But there’s a lot more to the process than most people realize,
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