Hearing Health Blog
Are you one of the millions of people whose ears ring? Or maybe they buzz, hiss, chirp, roar, pulse, or maybe you're even one of the rare few who constantly hear music. If yes, you have a condition called tinnitus (tin-eye-tus or tin-eh-tus are both ok ways to say it...just don't say tendonitis...please). It's a condition that's most common in people
By Dr. Brad Stewart, Audiologist Apple’s new AirPods Pro, released on October 30th, are a complete redesign and refresh of the iconic (love it or hate it) white wireless Bluetooth Airpods that have become a staple of gyms, Starbucks, and commutes everywhere. The new Apple AirPods Pro ($249) feature active noise cancellation, improved fit, and a new feature called “transparency
Why are hearing aids important? Research has shown that treating hearing loss with hearing aids has a direct positive impact on quality of life, not to mention health benefits including reduced long-term likelihood of developing dementia. When compared to the rate of inflation, the cost of hearing aids has decreased over time. Averaged over the lifetime of the instruments (3–5
Today’s hearing aids employ advanced technologies in order to improve your hearing. Keep in mind the following suggestions to help you keep your hearing aids clean and in proper working order: Wipe the outside of the hearing aid daily with a soft, dry cloth or tissue to keep it free of wax and excess moisture. There are many delicate parts
We want to share the top 6 facts that every person with hearing loss needs to know Hearing loss doesn’t just affect you Many people with hearing loss think they can just “live with it”. However, surveys over the years have shown that one of the top impacts of untreated hearing loss is strain on relationships, especially the most important ones.