Hearing Health Blog
For the majority of people, hearing loss tends to develop gradually - and often, so incrementally that it can be difficult to even realize it is occurring. When hearing capabilities begin to worsen, the brain adapts and compensates. While this is impressive in many ways, it can be problematic, as it results in an individual simply not being aware of
Following a diagnosis of hearing loss, you will talk with your audiologist about the best hearing aids to address your needs. However, you may find that the sheer range of options available is somewhat overwhelming, and the terminology surrounding the different styles can be more than a little confusing. To add a little extra clarity to your decision-making, below, we’ve
There are many things that can cause your hearing aid to stop working or to stop performing the way you want and rightly expect it to. They’re very small and often delicate devices so problems are relatively common. The good news is most of these issues can be fixed by yourself in your home without any need for extra help.
Before your hearing aid can be of any use to you, it needs to be properly programmed. This process is about calibrating the hearing aid correctly so that it suits your needs and corrects the specificities of your hearing loss issues, allowing you to hear clearly. It’s a vital part of the process when you get a new hearing aid
There are many different types of hearing aid and each of them offers a different way of improving a person’s hearing. A hearing aid is chosen depending on the hearing problems of each individual and how their hearing needs to be improved. These days, hearing aids are digital and there are five main types that we’re going to talk about