Hearing loss is unfortunately not uncommon amongst young children, but with the proper type of hearing aid many children can significantly increase their hearing and speaking ability. The amount of types, options, and different sizes can be confusing to the parent...read more
An individual who suffers from conductive hearing loss has trouble hearing due to a problem in their ear’s ability to conduct sound waves. This can happen because of a congenital absence or malformation of the ear or as a result of a blockage in the ear canal. Quite a...read more
According to the National Institutes of Health, noise-induced hearing loss (NIHL) impacts 26 million people of all ages in the United States. Noise-induced hearing loss is a temporary or permanent decrease in hearing ability brought on by exposure to a dangerous sound...read more
Nowadays, people with hearing difficulties have more hearing aid choices available to them than at any other time.One of the most popular types is the behind-the-ear (BTE) hearing aid, which like any other device has specific strengths and weaknesses. If you are...read more
If you've purchased a new hearing aid in the past few years, there's a possibility that it offers Bluetooth capability. Bluetooth is most commonly associated with hands-free cellular phone applications, however it is also commonly seen in mp3 players, home phones, TVs...read more
Congratulations are in order on your recent hearing loop purchase and taking the first step toward a more enjoyable hearing experience for you and your family. Although it may have seemed like a challenge to decide on the right system from all the fantastic options...read more
Hearing loss is grouped in a variety of different ways. The specific section of the auditory system affected determines the categorization. In this brief article we supply an introduction to 5 types - conductive, sensorineural, functional, central and mixed. Certain...read more
The canals in our ears are lined with hair follicles as well as glands that produce an oily wax called cerumen, or ear wax. This wax lines the interior surface of the ear canal and helps to protect it by attracting and collecting alien particles such as dust and dirt,...read more
If you have ever been at a concert and found yourself thinking "This music is simply too loud," it doesn't necessarily indicate that you've gotten too old for this sort of entertainment. It could mean that your body is attempting to tell you something - that you're in...read more
Trying to find some facts and statistics to finally get a loved one to have a hearing test or be fitted for a hearing aid? Chatting about some of the data related to the prevalence, causes and effects of hearing problems may at long last get them to make that very...read more
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