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For many people, hearing loss is a natural part of the aging process, and the onset is so gradual they aren’t aware their hearing is deteriorating. If someone you care about has a hearing loss, there are many ways you can help. It Can Happen to Anyone Hearing loss is one of the world’s most common health problems. It is

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Wearing two hearing instruments – also called a binaural fitting – offers many advantages, including improved hearing in noise, creating a more natural “stereo effect” and permitting better sound identification and localization. We naturally process sound with two ears. So it makes perfect sense that, if your hearing loss is in both ears, you’ll hear more naturally by wearing two

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How the Ear Hears Think about how you can feel speakers vibrate on your sound system or feel your throat vibrate when you speak. Sound, which is made up of invisible waves of energy, causes these vibrations. Hearing begins when sound waves that travel through the air reach the outer ear or pinna , which is the part of the

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Untreated hearing loss does not only affect an individual's quality of life - it also has an impact on his or her relationships, especially the most important ones. This is because hearing loss affects one's ability to communicate, and by definition, communication involves a least one other person. While managing hearing loss can be challenging, there are many ways to

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1: Only “old” people have hearing loss Fiction : In fact, 40% of Americans with hearing loss are younger than 60 years of age. 45% of people between 60 and 69 have impaired hearing, and 75% of people over the age of 70 have hearing loss. 2: All those loud rock concerts caused my hearing loss Both Fact and Fiction

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If you are a first time hearing aid wearer, or even a long term user but updating your hearing aids to newer technology, it may take some time before you are completely accustomed to them and able to fully enjoy the benefits. We like to explain to our patients that you hear with your ears, but your listen with your

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Did you know that mild hearing loss begins at a loss of 26 decibels (dB)? For comparison, a whisper is often measured between 20 and 30 dB. There are a lot of beautiful, fun, important and interesting sounds that cannot be heard by people with mild to moderate hearing loss (26-55 dB hearing loss range). Sound affects humans in several profound ways, and you might

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If getting fit in the New Year is one of your resolutions, we want to help you succeed —especially as it applies to your hearing health. Ask yourself this question: How much do I value my sense of hearing? If you’re like most hearing people, you’ll probably say you appreciate the ability to hear and want to continue hearing doing

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You’ve accepted your hearing loss diagnosis, made the appointment and purchased your hearing aids, and are enjoying wearing them and hearing all that you’ve been missing. You take them out every night, clean them and put them someplace safe. You are stocked up on batteries and wax traps. You see Dr. Strafuss or Dr. Ford for yearly updates on your hearing

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Hearing Aid Dehumidifier - Moisture is the enemy of all hearing aids. Dampness, humidity and body moisture reduce their sensitivity, shorten battery life and cause corrosion. Where moisture conditions are excessive, the sensitive microphone and receiver may even become inoperable. a??An inexpensive solution to the moisture problem is a hearing aid dehumidifier. We offer the Hal –Hen Super Dri Aid

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