Hearing Health Blog
Going for a hearing test can make you feel a bit nervous. If you've never had one before and don't know what to expect, you're entering an unfamiliar situation. You might also be worried that a hearing test will identify a problem with your hearing. If you're nervous, the best thing you can do is be as informed as possible.
Hearing loss is one of the most common health conditions that people experience in their lifetime. According to the American Speech-Language Hearing Association (ASHA), hearing loss is the third most common chronic health condition in the US. However, it is also one of the most frequently misunderstood conditions, with several misconceptions surrounding it. Knowing the facts about hearing damage can
Audiologists and hearing specialists will sometimes recommend hearing aids to people who are suffering from hearing loss and experiencing tinnitus as a consequence. Today, we’re going to take a look at why your audiologist might prescribe you a hearing aid, and describe how using one of these clever little devices can help you treat those irritating - sometimes debilitating -
Hearing aids are common instruments used to help individuals with hearing loss. Like all technology, they’re not perfect and do occasionally come with faults and errors that can luckily be diagnosed by the wearers themselves. If you’re experiencing a fault with your hearing aids, consider troubleshooting problems at home before assuming the worst. However, we’d always recommend taking your hearing
Hearing tests are not particularly well-known about among the general populace, nor are they part of standard health screening for most groups. As a result, many people just don’t think about attending a hearing test; they see it as something they will do in future when they reach a certain age. However, hearing tests can be beneficial for a variety