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You dress differently when it’s winter than in the summer. In the winter you wrap up against icy winds that blow straight through you; and in the hot weather you shed layers in order to stay cool. Well, have you ever stopped to consider how the climatic conditions might affect your hearing aid ? Winter Weather Winter throws two elements

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Many people who suffer from hearing loss hesitate to wear hearing aids . They worry about how they will look and whether the hearing aids will be effective or not. However, in most of the cases, hearing aids are helpful and the people who wear them find that their concerns were futile. With hearing aids, patients are not only able

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According to the World Health Organization (WHO), in 2014, the global prevalence of diabetes was estimated to be nine percent among adults age 18 years and older. At the same time, 360 million of the world’s population was suffering from some level of hearing loss. These two groups have a great number of people and unsurprisingly, there is much overlap

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While many people believe earmolds are used solely for hearing aids, there are actually numerous purposes for them. Earmolds and motor sports are becoming more popular due to the ease having a custom earmold creates in the helmet of the user making it easier to communicate with others. The earmold actually has a double function here, not only it is

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Hearing loss: you don’t have to suffer in silence. There are a number of adaptations you can use to gain better hearing and your hearing care provider is the best place to start. Your hearing healthcare professional can pinpoint the nature of your hearing loss (every person’s is unique), which allows them to suggest a hearing device best suited to

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Hearing loss mostly occurs over time or results from genetic conditions, but a medical phenomenon called sudden sensorineural hearing loss (SSHL) can cause hearing loss or deafness over the course of three days or even less. SSHL is estimated to occur in about five to 20 out of 100,000 people per year, usually between the ages of 43-53; however, several more cases of SSHL may go unreported. SSHL usually occurs

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There are several treatments available to help treat sensorineural hearing loss. Treatments can include hearing aids, cochlear implants and other assistive listening devices that enable better hearing. How do You Treat it? Although scientists are still learning about the auditory system’s inner workings, a lot of progress has been made. Usually, when sensorineural hearing loss occurs, it is a result

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Many health organizations are drawing public attention to preventing diabetes, recognizing its symptoms, and treating it. While you may be aware of the many health risks of diabetes, you might be surprised to find that it plays a role in hearing loss. In addition to other studies, new research suggests diabetes plays a role in hearing damage. After performing a

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What do you want from a hearing device? Firstly, you expect a hearing aid to improve your hearing, with all the associated benefits such as increased confidence in social situations. But another expectation that might not immediately come to mind is that you need the hearing device to fit properly and be comfortable. When you visit an audiologist, it’s easy

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Most of us believe that hearing aids are only made for old people. The rare exception on this is the group of people who couldn't hear at all to begin with and always needed hearing aids. However, these assumptions are myths and far from reality. Looking at it more realistically, there are people from all age groups who could benefit

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