Cleaning your hearing aids daily helps ensure their performance and longevity, and it saves money on repairs. Easy to fit into your nightly routine, these hearing aid cleaning tips will help you reduce the amount of wax, debris, dust, and other contaminants that could affect your technology. How to clean your hearing aids depends upon the type… Continue reading How and What to Clean Your Hearing Aids With
Rechargeable vs disposable hearing aid batteries All hearing aids, regardless of the style, size, or technology level, have the same basic components: a microphone, an amplifier, a receiver, and a battery. The battery serves as the power source for hearing aids and is critical to ensure they perform as intended. Until recently, all hearing aid… Continue reading Rechargeable vs disposable hearing aid batteries
Addressing your hearing concerns is an important life decision. Whether you are just beginning to notice a change in your hearing or have been told you would benefit from wearing hearing aids, there is a lot to consider moving forward. The choice you make will depend on not only your level of hearing loss but the lifestyle… Continue reading Which Hearing Aids Are Best For Me?
One of the first things people with hearing loss observe is “I hear people fine, but I don’t understand what they are saying.” This is a consistent complaint of individuals who are experiencing the effects of a “sloping high-frequency hearing loss.” What’s happening and why do so many have this complaint? Hearing loss involves not… Continue reading I Can Hear But I Can’t Understand
What is the Best Hearing Aid for You? There is nothing more important to the manufacturers of hearing aids and hearing healthcare professionals than your satisfaction with their product and services. The industry is people-oriented in that it allows significant interaction and communication between the person with the hearing loss and the hearing healthcare professional… Continue reading What is the Best Hearing Aid for You?
ALZHEIMER’S, DEMENTIA & MEMORY CARE | APRIL 1, 2020 A study conducted by Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine found that there is a link between older adults who suffer hearing loss and those who suffer from dementia. Researchers concluded while the brain does tend to shrink as we age, shrinkage can occur faster when… Continue reading Hearing Loss and Dementia