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Tips for Traveling with Hearing Aids

For work or for pleasure, there’s always a good excuse to fit some travel into your life! Visiting places is fun and exciting and you’ll always return with new stories, new memories and -if you’re lucky- new friends. Traveling with a hearing aid isn’t difficult, but there are a few things to keep in mind that help make the journey …

Tips For The Holidays With Hearing Loss

Tips for the Holidays with Hearing Loss

The holidays are upon us, and while it’s mostly a magical time to reconnect with family, friends, and loved ones, it can also be stressful for those of us who experience hearing loss. From holiday travel to holiday festivities, we’ve got tips to help you through the holidays. If you use traditional hearing aid batteries, make sure you’ve got extras …

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The Best Hearing Aids in 2016

So far, 2016 has proven to be an illustrious year for hearing aid technology. Hearing aid manufacturers have taken consumer feedback into consideration as they designed their newest products. This year, we are proud to highlight three of the best hearing aids of 2016: Unitron’s Moxi Now, Starkey’s Halo 2 Made for iPhone, and Phonak’s Audeo B-R. Brought to you …

Tips for Adjusting to Hearing Aids

If you’ve just been fitted for your first pair of hearing aids, congratulations! You are on the road to better hearing health. And if you are a seasoned hearing aid wearer with a new pair of hearing aids, then you’ll know the benefits you are about to experience! New hearing aids require a period of adjustment for you to get …

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What to Expect at a Hearing Exam

Have you been asking people to repeat themselves a lot? Do you find that you turn the volume up high on your TV and radio? Have you been avoiding social engagements because it’s too difficult to focus with various conversations around you? If so, you may be experiencing hearing loss. If you’ve noticed changes in your hearing, the first step …

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Talking to a Loved One About Hearing Loss

Hearing loss is the third most common medical condition in the United States, affecting 48 million Americans. For older Americans, age 65 and above, one in three people experience some degree of hearing loss. The prevalence of this condition means that most of us know someone who has hearing loss, or who is in the process of gradually developing hearing …

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Identifying the Signs of Hearing Loss

Did you know that hearing is our fastest sense? While the brain takes a quarter of a second to process an image, it only takes 0.05 seconds for sound to be processed. However, because hearing is an invisible sense, it may be difficult to identify hearing loss when it first begins. Hearing loss often occurs gradually, over a period of …

Oticon studies impact of noise on stress

Straining to hear in noise is stressful for everyone but especially for people with hearing loss. Leading hearing aid manufacturer Oticon is the first to apply proven “pupillometry” science – a measurement of pupil dilation – to the development of revolutionary hearing aid technology that both reduces listening effort and conserves energy so that people recall more of what they’ve …