As we age we naturally lose some of our ability to hear sound. An additional obstacle is that many (as many as 10%-15%) people separately acquire tinnitus.
With many of us now wearing masks on a regular basis, you may be facing new challenges with your hearing loss and hearing aids. Here are 5 tips to help you with masks and hearing aids!
The features included in your hearing aid will depend on what model of digital hearing aid you choose to purchase. So how do you know which hearing aid model to choose and which features are most important for you?
Fantastic news for people with hearing loss! A new study shows that hearing aids may actually make you smarter! Researchers found that after only six months of wearing hearing aids, hearing loss-related brain changes were reversed, and the study participants’ brain performance actually IMPROVED!
A common question we receive is: Can I wear these hearing aids and my glasses at the same time? The answer is yes! You can wear our behind-the-ear hearing aids with your glasses!
If you've never purchased hearing aids before, choosing a hearing aid can seem overwhelming. There are so many options! Rechargeable or battery-operated? What features do you need and want? How do you find the hearing aid that is right for you at an affordable price?
In this video, our care specialist, David, answers the question Can Hearing Aids Help High-Frequency Hearing Loss?
During Better Hearing and Speech Month each year, organizations and individuals try to raise awareness for communication disorders and hearing health issues. The theme of Better Hearing and Speech Month changes every year. This May, the theme is Communication at Work.
Most hearing aids include program settings so you can adjust for different sound environments. However, the program settings available depend on the model of hearing aid you choose.