Hearing loss is generally perceived as an almost expected part of the aging process. In fact, by the time Americans reach their 70s, almost two-thirds of them will have some level of significant hearing loss. Dealing with hearing loss alone can be troublesome in the best of times, but now we are learning that there may be a strong connection between hearing loss and deteriorating cognitive brain health as well.
For those that wear hearing aids, summertime also requires some extra care maintenance and preparedness to ensure that their warm weather experiences are good ones. With that in mind, here are six tips hearing aid users should follow during the summer months to help avoid damage that can shorten the life of your hearing aids or inconveniences that could affect your travel plans.
As a hearing aid company, one of our most frequently asked questions is: “Are two hearing aids better than one?” In most cases, the answer is a simple 'yes.' However, there are many scenarios, such as convenience, cost, or hearing loss in only one ear, that may drive an individual to wear only one hearing aid. But in reality, most people should elect to wear two hearing aids instead of just one. Here's why.
When applying for a job, you’ll need to make sure that your application can compete and get noticed. This can be difficult when we have to deal with hearing loss or deafness as an extra obstacle. However, there are ways of ensuring you don’t miss out on jobs you are qualified for as a result of your hearing difficulties.
Hearing difficulties can significantly get in the way of you doing your best at work. The good news is that you can overcome your hearing difficulties and achieve your potential at work, in spite of deafness. One of the most important ways to minimize the effect of your hearing loss is by using the right tools at work. Here are three tools we highly recommend.
Finding work and thriving in a job can be difficult, even without the obstacles created by hearing loss. The good news is that when you understand your rights and how the law can help you, you will find yourself in a better position to overcome hearing loss and the obstacles it brings at work. Here are our top tips to ensure that your employer supports you as much as possible and as required.
Are you finding that your hearing difficulties are getting in the way of you performing at your best? Maybe your hearing is damaging how much you enjoy your work, or even threatening your job security? Here are three steps you can take to help at work.
Here at Advanced Hearing, we believe that understanding the different conditions that affect our ear health and hearing can help us to protect our health. Different technological advancements and medical discoveries are helping those who suffer from hearing loss to live relatively normal, healthy and happy lives. However, before we can find the right treatments and coping strategies that work best, it's important to understand about our hearing loss.
If you have been diagnosed with hearing loss, however, it's important to know that the you can live a largely normal, high-quality of life regardless. In most situations, maintaing your quality of life with hearing loss calls treatment and, most often, hearing aids. In order to help you determine if hearing aids may be the right choice for you, we're discussing syndromic hearing loss.