Recent studies suggest a surprising link between hearing loss and dementia. Who is at risk, why does it happen, and what can you do about it? read more
Do you enjoy travel? How about attending sporting events? Maybe you like to run, play golf, or just take a long hike through the woods. If so, your ability to hear is often an integral part of these activities. Of course, you don’t want your hearing to dictate what...
Millions of Americans use hearing aids and know what a wonderful tool they can be. In fact, research has shown that treating hearing loss with these devices can positively impact health, relationships, and communication. But, as wonderful as hearing aids are, the reality is that a good hearing aid is an investment and maintaining it may be a costly endeavor. That’s why it’s important to consider all of the powering options available to you as a consumer. This blog compares traditional disposable batteries and rechargeable hearing aid batteries to help you make the right decision for you. read more
We all know how much technology has evolved over the last decade, and hearing aid technology certainly hasn’t been left behind. Hearing aids are more capable than ever before to provide clear, natural sound without the bulk or hassle of the hearing aids of yesteryear. One of the most astonishing advancements in hearing technology is the Phonak Lyric hearing device. read more
Still deciding what your New Year’s Resolution will be for 2019? We suggest you resolve for healthy hearing! read more
Hearing aids can be life changing, so why might someone choose not to wear them? Here are some common reasons people don’t wear their hearing aids. read more
Although there are many types of rechargeable hearing aids on the market, most devices still use disposable zinc-air button batteries. In this blog, we discuss factors that affect the lifespan of a hearing aid battery, and ways to extend hearing aid battery life. read more
For those living with hearing loss, the holiday season can be a time of frustration, anxiety, and social isolation. After all, it is hard to feel included in a conversation if you can’t hear what is being said. Here are a few tips to manage your hearing loss through the holidays. read more
Hearing aids have come a long way in recent years. They are becoming more discreet, more powerful, and “smarter.” However, they still require some basic maintenance to keep them operating properly. Hearing aid batteries are an essential and ongoing purchase for...
You probably already know that strokes can lead to trouble speaking, paralysis, difficult swallowing, loss of motor skills, and more. However, many people don’t realize that a stroke can also cause “invisible” problems which can have a major impact on rehabilitation...