Hearing Health Blog
You take good care of your hearing aids, cleaning them daily and storing them properly. But sometimes even with the best care, a problem occurs. Here are some frequently asked questions about hearing aid repairs . 1. Can you make repairs at home? Depending upon the problem, there’s a good possibility that you can repair your units at home. First,
Our winning entry for the Facebook Contest from John: For your consideration, This is Me. From the moment I was born, my life has been all about the things that I can't have. Nearly every step of the way I've lost out and been left behind because of my hearing loss. It all started when I was 5 years old.
It seems only natural to want to get your ears really clean! After all, we wash our hands, faces and bodies to remove all the dirt and oil. However, your ears don’t need a good scrubbing – your body has a self-cleaning system in place. Here are some tips for properly cleaning your ears . Don’t use cotton swabs With
Sometimes hearing loss is easy to detect: you might find you need people to talk loudly or even shout during a conversation or perhaps the television is uncomfortably loud for those of normal hearing. However, sometimes hearing loss can be difficult to detect, especially in younger adults and children. After all, hearing loss isn’t limited to the elderly population. Who
When we think of hearing tests , the ones carried out by licensed audiologists that may result in the patient getting a hearing aid, we generally think of senior citizens: our grandmas and grandpas, the elderly guy tottering down the street. But that’s not the only subset of people who should consider getting their hearing tested, far from it. Consider