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Hearing: How Accurate Is Audiogram?

Hearing: How Accurate Is Audiogram?

If you are experiencing hearing loss, it is important that you see an audiologist right away to get tested. There are a number of different types of hearing tests that audiologists use to determine whether you have hearing loss and, if so, how severe it is. The results of the test can then be used

8 Tips for Managing Hearing Loss

8 Tips for Managing Hearing Loss

One in eight people over the age of 12 in the US experience hearing loss in both ears and it’s very likely that you will have some form of hearing loss at some point in your life. This can have a huge impact on your life, making it difficult to engage in conversations, lowering your

How Humidity Affects Your Hearing Aids

How Humidity Affects Your Hearing Aids

Modern hearing aids have very complex inner workings and there are many things that can damage them. You rely on your hearing aids every day and if they are not functioning properly, it can have a big impact on your quality of life. Water is one of the biggest dangers for hearing aids, which is

Encouraging A Loved One To Take A Hearing Test

Encouraging A Loved One To Take A Hearing Test

If you have noticed that a loved one might be developing hearing loss, it can be hard to know exactly what to do next. You’ll want to do the right thing so that they can address the hearing loss quickly before it becomes an issue. However, broaching the subject isn’t always easy, especially if your

How To Use Your Hearing Aids Controls

How To Use Your Hearing Aids Controls

When you have hearing loss, it’s a good idea to speak to a professional audiologist to discover more about what can be done. Hearing loss is not an untreatable condition – although this will depend on how severe it is – and many times, the right hearing aid can make all the difference. For some,

Hearing Loss and Cognitive Decline

Hearing Loss and Cognitive Decline

Studies show that people who experience mild-to-severe hearing loss are much as five times more likely to develop dementia than those who don’t have hearing loss. The figure is higher for men than women, and the worse a person’s ability to hear is, the higher chance they have of developing dementia as they continue to

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