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...
Knowing the facts about tinnitus can help ensure that those who suffer from it are able to manage their symptoms in the best possible way. Here are six common myths about tinnitus to stop believing. read more
According to the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD), approximately 615,000 people in the United States are currently diagnosed with Meniere’s disease, and 45,500 cases are newly diagnosed each year. So, what is Meniere’s disease...
We all know how the weather can affect our energy bill, our clothing choices, and even our moods. But have you ever stopped to consider how the weather can affect your hearing aid? read more
The CDC estimates that 22 million Americans are at risk for noise-induced hearing loss in the workplace. However, this type of hearing loss is preventable. read more
Phones, tablets, computers - in today’s world, we are constantly “plugged in.” Hearing aids of the past often limited the wearer’s access to these personal devices. For example, in order to use a music player while exercising, you would have had to remove your hearing...
Of course, when we see a loved one suffering with tinnitus, it’s natural to want to help. It’s hard to watch a loved one suffer. It’s hard to understand what we can’t see, or in this case, what we can’t hear. read more