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Can Hearing Loss Be Restored?

Hearing loss is something that impacts millions of people around the world. Hearing loss doesn’t just impact the individual’s ability to hear, but it can lead to a number of different issues, such as social and emotional issues. If you have experienced hearing loss or you think you are losing your hearing, you may wonder […]

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Hearing Protection Advice for Musicians

The role of a musician is to have a finely tuned sense of hearing so they can understand the nuances in music, and one of the biggest issues many musicians have in a live setting is not protecting their hearing properly. Many famed musicians have spoken about their hearing loss, such as Pete Townshend from […]

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Allergies and Hearing Loss

When you think about allergies, you probably think about runny noses, itchy eyes, hives, and stuff like that – you probably don’t think about ears at all, but hearing instrument specialists and other hearing health professionals do. Why? Because they know that it is possible for allergies, such as hay fever, to actually affect your […]

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FAQs About Ear Protection

Unless you go off and live far away from civilization, there is no way to avoid noise completely. We are all subject to loud noises from time to time, whether it’s from our lawnmower, the equipment we use at work, or the gigs we attend to see our favorite musical artists perform. Noise is just […]

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Summer Activities & Hearing Aid Care

The summertime, for many of us, is a wonderful time where the weather is good and lazy days spent at the beach or in the park or active days spent swimming in lakes and hiking up mountains, with good friends is what life is all about. But, if you wear a hearing aid, summer can […]

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When Should You See a Hearing Instrument Specialist?

When you begin to experience hearing loss, it may feel as though you’re living in isolation, as communicating with others, even close relations can be challenging. Hearing loss isn’t sudden and could take several years before becoming so evident. A US standard hearing examination survey has proposed that one in every eight people aged 12 […]

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How to Use Your Hearing Aids Controls

Hearing aids are designed to improve the quality of life for people with hearing loss. One essential feature of these little devices is the hearing control system. Sometimes, users can be at a loss on how to adjust the volume for better sound quality. Although a hearing instrument specialist (HIS) does the device programming from […]

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Why Are People Ashamed of Hearing Loss?

Hearing loss is quite common, and according to the Hearing Loss Association of America, an estimated 48 million Americans live with hearing loss. This figure represents about 20% of the total American population, so it is quite common. However, there is some stigma attached to hearing loss despite its marked degree of occurrence. This makes […]

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How Can A Hearing Instrument Specialist Help You with Hearing Aids?

A hearing instrument specialist (HIS) is a professional who helps someone experiencing hearing loss find the right hearing device to communicate with those around them. They will work with their clients to assess their current level of hearing, as well as factoring in their lifestyle, budget and aesthetic preferences. What is a hearing instrument specialist? […]

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Treating Hearing Loss Helps You Stay Socially Connected

Being socially disconnected from the world can have adverse effects on your health. Minimal interaction with people around you can affect your mental health, causing you to feel lonely and depressed. Likewise, when you’re experiencing hearing loss, it’s normal to step away from social situations to avoid the embarrassment of your hearing loss showing through. […]