Today’s advances in technology ensure that your hearing loss can be efficiently remedied with the appropriate hearing aid model. The problem is finding the right one. With all of the hearing aid models available in the market, it can be just a little overwhelming. But by looking at four factors—together with assistance from an…Read more »
Communication is regularly cited as one of the most—if not the most—important factors to strengthening and preserving healthy relationships. As reported by the PBS program The Emotional Life: “How couples behave when solving problems together or arguing can predict the character and success of their relationship. A raised eyebrow, a hand on the arm,…Read more »
Dealing with hearing loss throughout the holiday season can be particularly difficult. While you may actually prefer to NOT hear some of your family members, the discussions you do want to engage in can be stressful. And because nearly all large holiday events tend to be loud, it can be nearly impossible to concentrate…Read more »
Are two hearing aids better than one? If you’re searching for the short answer, then yes, almost all cases of hearing loss are ideally treated with two hearing aids. If you want to learn why, or are interested about why we have two ears in the first place, then keep on reading. The Advantages…Read more »
Assuming that you have hearing loss, what’s more likely to make you happy? A) Winning the lottery, or B) Getting a new set of hearing aids It may sound clear to you that the answer is A, but research on happiness tells a very different story. To start with, most people do tend to…Read more »
In the United States, approximately 37.5 million adults have some degree of hearing loss. Yet according to the National Institutes of Health (NIH), merely 20 percent of those who could reap the benefits of hearing aids actually use them. That implies that millions of Americans who could improve their life with better hearing decide…Read more »
Here’s something most people are surprised to discover: in the majority of cases of hearing loss, people can hear a number of sounds just fine, and have a hard time only with particular sounds. Specifically, if you have difficulty only with high-pitched sounds, you may suffer from the most common form of hearing loss,…Read more »
It’s frequently said that we don’t fully appreciate the things we have until they’re gone, and this appears to be specifically true of our ability to hear. Hearing loss is not only hard to detect; it’s also difficult to appreciate just how much hearing enhances our lives. As one of our primary senses, along…Read more »
It remains a mystery as to why wearing glasses—which correct vision impairment—is perceived as an indication of intelligence, while wearing hearing aids—which treat hearing impairment—has been perceived as an indication of old age. Maybe it’s about time the stigma of hearing loss is corrected, and we redefine what it means for our bodies to…Read more »
By Joho345 (Own work) [CC BY 4.0], via Wikimedia Commons Imagine being able to fine-tune the volume, treble, and bass on your hearing aids as discretely and easily as checking the time on your wrist. Or picture fine-tuning your hearing aids for any hearing environment without ever having to touch your hearing aids. Sound…Read more »
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