Hearing Health Blog
You have your hearing aids. You have gone through the initial hearing aid fitting appointment. You asked a million and one questions during that appointment. You left feeling confident and know what to do with your new hearing aids. You booked a follow-up appointment just in case. The appointment is nearing and perhaps you don’t quite know what to expect.
Hearing aids can be very beneficial for individuals in their daily life. Not only will a person be able to hear the world around them more clearly, but they will be able to engage more freely with others and the world around them. Hearing aids have come a long way since conception. While they still amplify sound, current technology does
Your ears produce wax to keep your ear canals lubricated, to ward off bacteria and keep debris away from the eardrum. It’s a good thing. But sometimes we have too much of a good thing. It’s important to properly clean your ears to remove excess wax. While there are a number of ways to clean your ears at home that
Warm weather is coming. That means its time to take special care to ensure you’re taking proper care of your hearing aids . After all, the summer months, with its high temperatures, high humidity and high volume of water activities, requires extra care. Follow these simple tips to help prevent hearing aid damage from the summer elements and to protect
Ear cleaning is a simple, everyday process that is done to remove excess buildup from your ears. Our ears produce earwax, or cerumen, for several different biological purposes, such as warding off infections, keeping dirt out of our ears and for lubrication. Other debris, such as dead skin and dust from the air, may even begin to build up inside