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While hearing loss is often associated with old age, in reality, the physical condition can affect people of all ages. It is estimated that close to 15-20% of Americans aged 12 and over experience varying levels of hearing loss in both ears. The percentage of hearing loss among the population doubles with every decade of life, making the condition more

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Hearing loss, either complete or partial, can affect so many people, especially of a certain age. If you find yourself experiencing any sort of hearing loss, the best thing you can do is to choose the right hearing aids to help improve your hearing once again. A hearing aid is so important for helping to make your life more comfortable,

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Tinnitus is defined as a ringing in the ears that is believed to affect around 15-20% of people. This can be a very uncomfortable condition and can lead to balance problems and feelings of nausea, etc. If left untreated, tinnitus can cause issues with things like depression, anxiety and a lack of concentration, and this means taking action as soon

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If you’ve never seen an audiologist, you may wonder how to make the most of your first appointment. Typically, most people who schedule an audiology appointment are experiencing hearing loss . While not all hearing loss conditions are permanent, they all share a common trait: Damage to your inner ear. An audiologist can help you not only to understand the

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One of the most critical steps to getting the best out of your hearing aid is the hearing aid fitting. The process is a simple one, but you should also make sure you find the right audiologist . We are going to look at today at a few of the things that are to be expected during a hearing aid

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If you have recently been diagnosed with hearing loss , your thoughts will immediately turn to selecting your hearing aids. Wanting the best hearing aid for your hearing loss is natural, but there are many things to consider when making this decision. Unfortunately, there is no singular best hearing aid that is the perfect fit for everyone. Everyone will have

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There are some medical professionals that we see throughout our lives and are familiar to us. Dentists, for example, are visited regularly, as are opticians and primary care doctors. As a result of this familiarity, if you need to look for a new provider, then your experience will help to shape your choice – you know what to expect, and

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7 A.M. Phil’s morning routine   Like many Americans Phil’s age, Phil is a proud veteran.  Ever since Phil was drafted into the U.S. Army, his eyes seem to automatically open around 6 am.  When he retired a few years ago – although Phil is awake at 6 am, he forces himself to stay in bed until around 7 am. 

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Why won’t he just get his hearing checked? A day in the life of “Polly”   This is Part 2 of a 4-part series outlining a real-life example of a fictitious couple named “Phil and Polly” and their day-to-day struggle of living with hearing loss. 7 am Polly’s quiet time It’s early on a crisp, Saturday morning in Charlotte, NC,

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Back when the telegraph was the fastest method of long-distance communication, a young man applied for a job as a Morse Code operator.  Answering an ad in the newspaper, he went to the office address that was listed. When he arrived, he entered a large, busy office filled with noise and clatter, including the sound of the telegraph in the

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