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Preparing for Your Hearing Aid Consultation & Fitting

So you’ve just scheduled your first hearing aid consultation and fitting? Well, congratulations is in order. It takes the average person seven to ten years from the time they suspect they have a hearing loss to act and get to this step. Now that you have been most likely about to experience some incredibly beneficial changes across your life. Not only do hearing aids make it easier for you to hear the people in your...
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Things to Consider when Selecting Hearing Aids

If you have recently visited an audiologist and are ready for hearing aids, then a big congratulations is in order! You are in the minority of people in the United States who have taken their hearing health and its impact on your quality of life seriously. In fact, of those 69 years and older who could benefit from hearing aids, only 30 percent have ever tried them. For those who ignore the issue, it is...
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Start Your New Year with Better Hearing!

“What was that?” “What did you say?” If you find that you are asking these types of questions more and more often, it could signal a hearing loss. Hearing loss can often develop so gradually that it can be difficult to self-diagnose. However, even if you are unaware of the loss, it doesn’t mean it’s not affecting you. Hearing loss can start subtly, and overtime impact every aspect of your life from your relationships at...
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Understanding Hearing Tests

Many put off testing their hearing for seven to ten years on average, due to social stigmas and denial. However, a hearing exam is the first step towards seeking treatment and better communication throughout our life. Those who address their hearing are more likely to have stronger relationships throughout their life, have improved success in the workplace, a lower risk of cognitive decline and a lowered risk of falls and accidents.  Addressing hearing loss is...
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