Hearing Health Blog
There are many reasons tinnitus may develop but, annoying as it is, the cause is rarely serious. However, it’s best to get checked out by an audiologist to see if an underlying trigger can be identified. Here’s an idea of the possible causes, with some of the more serious reasons happily being rare. #1: Earwax Starting with the simple stuff,
There’s always a little apprehension when setting up an appointment with a medical professional. You want to find someone you like, trust and respect. That’s especially important when it comes to having your hearing checked. If you need hearing aids, you’ll see this person at least once or twice a year for follow-up visits. Here are four questions to ask
Is your hearing aid acting up ? Perhaps it’s whistling or the volume isn’t loud enough. Fear not: there are often simple explanations and easy fixes. Not all issues result in costly hearing aid repairs. It’s all a matter of checking the basics and working out what can be fixed at home, and when the device needs a professional’s touch.
What’s important to you? We’re all individuals with different needs: What’s important to one person may not be to another. The same goes for our hearing and the device we choose to improve our ability to hear. For example, if it’s taken you years to pluck up the courage to take a hearing test, then you may want a small
Hearing tests are crucial in determining your current hearing health. Hearing loss can have serious ramifications on your life, and if it remains untreated, can cause social isolation, cognitive decline and negatively impact relationships. However, before you go in to the audiologist’s office for a hearing test, you should do some preparing. Here are some things you can do to