It’s no secret that hearing aids can do more than just improve hearing. They can help with balance, anxiety, and general quality of life. However, what many people don’t realize is that there is a connection between hearing loss and brain health - specifically memory - that is becoming more and more apparent over time. read more
There’s no doubt that you benefit greatly from using your hearing aid. Your day-to-day life is easier, you have less anxiety about not being able to hear, and you can enjoy your favorite activities again. Your hearing aid is a delicate device and taking proper care of it now can ensure that these benefits last for years. Here are a few ways to maintain your hearing aids and extend their lifespan. read more
Sometimes hearing loss comes on suddenly and can be obvious to the person that his or her hearing has been impaired. In other cases, hearing loss can come on gradually and emerge slowly. Those who are suffering may have trouble recognizing that they have hearing loss...
While most people with hearing loss have success with hearing aids, there are some people with severe to profound hearing loss for whom hearing aids are not beneficial. For these people, a cochlear (koe-klee-er) implant may be the best option for better hearing. What...
Of the 27 million people in the United States who suffer from hearing loss, only 6 million of them have hearing aids. So, what about the other 21 million people who could benefit from hearing aids? There are many reasons people may not be using hearing aids. Often...
Do you suffer from tinnitus? You are not alone. In fact, it is estimated that 50 million Americans experience some form of tinnitus. Roughly 20 million of those experience chronic tinnitus, and two million of those cases are extreme. At its least, tinnitus is...
Because the batteries are small and hard to identify by size alone, they can easily be identified by their color-coded packaging. read more
An adventure awaits with months of planning and money spent. Traveling is exciting, and there’s no reason hearing aids should ruin your trip. Read these helpful tips on traveling with hearing aids and enjoy your time away from home. read more
Those who require hearing aids often doubt the devices will make a difference in their lives. But hearing aids have positive outcomes for those who use them! read more
Sensorineural hearing loss (SNHL) is the most common type of hearing problem in adults and relates to nerve damage in the inner ear. read more