How to Talk to Your Loved One About Hearing Loss


When your loved one has hearing loss, you often realize it before they do. For example, you might find yourself raising your voice to talk to them, or notice that they keep the television at an unusually high volume. While gifting your loved one with hearing aids seems like a great idea, it's not often the best solution. Instead, your first step should be to encourage your loved one to seek a solution. Here are 5 tips for talking to your loved one about hearing loss.

7 Tips for Making the Most of Social Outings with Hearing Loss


For most people with hearing loss, social outings can be challenging. From differentiating one voice from another to struggling to hear voices over the background noise, going into a noisy environment with friends or family can become more stressful than enjoyable. If you have hearing loss, you can still enjoy a night out on the town. Just follow these 7 tips to make the most of your social outings.

How to Own Your Hearing Loss in 4 Easy Steps


When diagnosed with hearing loss, it can be tempting to withdraw from others in an attempt to hide your condition. However, having hearing loss isn’t a reason to hide away. Remember, you aren’t your hearing loss: You are a person with hearing loss. Here are four steps you should take to own your hearing loss, and start living your life to the fullest once again.

How Hearing Loss and Depression are Connected


Perhaps when you try and talk with your loved ones, they become frustrated because you always struggle to hear them. At this point, you feel like there is no hope and that your social life is over. Sound familiar? Your hearing loss may be causing you to experience depression, but don’t feel too dismayed. Although hearing loss has been known to cause depression, many cases of hearing loss are treatable.

10 Frequently Asked Questions about Hearing Aids


Perhaps you’re looking for a new pair of hearing aids, or you bought a pair and still have some questions. At Advanced Affordable Hearing, we receive an influx of questions about our products online, via e-mail, and over the phone, and we have found that there are some questions we hear more frequently than others. For your convenience, here are ten of our most frequently asked questions.

Arthritis and Hearing Loss Connected?


More often than not, physical ailments are not isolated: They arise in pairs. When one part of our body is impacted, it’s likely that another part of our body will be impacted as well. In recent years, research has suggested that there may be a connection between arthritis and hearing loss. Let’s explore these two health concerns, how they may be connected, and what can be done about it.  

4 Ways Hearing Aids Improve Your Quality of Life


If you have hearing loss, you know how much it can impact your daily routine. From putting in an order at a coffee shop to communicating with your loved ones, everything seems to require a little bit more effort than it used to. But there is a way to diminish the challenges that accompany hearing loss: hearing aids. Here are just 4 reasons you should consider improving your hearing to improve your quality of life.

Improve Your Hearing for Self Improvement Month


September is Self Improvement Month, which means people are setting goals and finding ways to become better versions of themselves. Whether you decide to take up a new hobby or change up your wardrobe, you should do whatever helps you to become a better youIf you are concerned about your hearing health, here are four ways you can celebrate Self Improvement Month by improving your hearing.

7 Myths and Facts About Hearing Loss


Many people have preconceived ideas about hearing loss. For instance, many people assume that hearing loss only affects older folks or that hearing loss can’t be prevented. If you are experiencing hearing loss yourself, it is especially important to learn the truth. Let’s take a look at some of those myths and face the facts of hearing loss.