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If you know that you need to go to an audiologist, but you feel as though your knowledge about them is limited, then you are not alone. So many people are in the same situation that you are in right now, but if you ask these questions, then you can be sure to find out everything you need to know.

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There’s a lot more to driving than just following the rules of the road. To be a safe driver, you need to be aware of everything that’s happening around you. You’ll need to be quick to react to a red light in front of you, or an emergency siren behind you. If you have hearing loss you may face a

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If you have trouble with your hearing or you work with loud noises – that is, noises over 80 decibels – you probably need to have a hearing test once a year. Otherwise, it is probably safe to have your ears tested every three to five years. For more information on the time frames and risky categories, read this article. 

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If you live with hearing loss, getting hearing aids can be a complete game changer. Using hearing aids has been shown to significantly improve your ability to communicate, your quality of life and your overall health. From improving your cognitive skills to reducing anxiety to strengthening your bond to family and friends, treating hearing loss is the right choice. At

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If you’ve decided to pursue a set of hearing aids, good for you. The literature on the importance of hearing aids for preserving multiple aspects of physical and mental health keeps growing, and it’s increasingly clear to those in the larger medical community that hearing aids are not a luxury but a necessity for maintaining our overall health. A hearing

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Some people who experience hearing loss want complete discretion of their hearing aids. This is typically for convenience and comfortable living. The smallest hearing aid device on the market is invisible-in-canal (IIC) devices.  What Are IIC Hearing Aids? IIC hearing aids are invisible in canal devices. These are the smallest on the market and are practically entirely invisible.  Unlike other

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So you’ve decided to treat your hearing loss with hearing aids: Good for you! More and more research indicates that untreated hearing loss leads to significant and more serious health concerns as time passes, and it is best to treat hearing loss with hearing aids as soon as possible. Treating acquired hearing loss allows us to continue to address the

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Once upon a time, hearing loss was looked upon as an annoying but benign consequence of getting older. However, in the last few decades, multitudes of research has concluded that hearing loss is anything but benign. Untreated hearing loss increases the risk for loneliness, social isolation, depression, earlier onset of Alzheimer’s and cognitive decline, physical injury due to falls, and

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There are many different hearing aids on the market , often making it confusing for those looking for their first hearing aid. Each style offers its own benefits, but you need to make sure that you're choosing one that will work for your level of hearing loss and lifestyle. Let's look at some of the dos and don'ts that you

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Great relationships are based on communication. That’s why it’s so hard to watch a loved one experiencing hearing loss. Not only are they straining to hear, their hearing loss is making it harder for you to communicate with them. Hearing loss can cause frustration between loved ones, and lead to fights or disagreements. If someone you love has hearing loss,

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