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Hearing Health Blog

If you experience tinnitus, or perceived ringing in the ears, you may be seeking ways to reduce the constant sound. Around 10% of Americans experience tinnitus on a regular basis, making it a common ailment.  Common causes of tinnitus Nearly every reason that tinnitus occurs is due to the brain’s reaction to a loss of hearing. As the auditory input

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If you’re suddenly experiencing hearing loss from a clogged ear, there are several potential causes, side effects and at-home steps to take to help clear your clogged ear and return your hearing to normal. While some causes of clogged ears are simple to remedy at home, others may require an audiologist to diagnose the cause and suggest treatment to improve

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If you’re an audiologist looking to make sure that your patients have a successful hearing aid evaluation , there are several steps to ensuring you provide the appropriate quality of care to make sure your patients are comfortable and pick the correct hearing aid for their lifestyle. To determine if a patient qualifies for a hearing aid, the following steps

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When you experience hearing loss , you want a solution. And nowadays, there are plenty of options to choose from to assist you with this. Although the typical option is a hearing aid that you wear daily, there are other devices available on the market that can help with hearing loss: Hearing aids  In the modern-day, there are a variety

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If you live within this country, there’s a high possibility that you’ve attended frequent hearing screenings throughout your earlier years – beginning as a newborn before you leave the hospital.  For children, it’s recommended to have their hearing tested every year up to the age of 10 or if there are any specific concerns regarding it. If you’ve noticed a

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