What Causes Cookie Bite Hearing Loss?

Person with Cookie Bite Hearing Loss Going Hiking


Cookie bite hearing loss is not only rare, but it can also be difficult to identify. However, noticeable symptoms of cookie bite hearing loss typically arise when an individual is in their 30s or 40s. As such, if you or your loved one is experiencing symptoms like those mentioned above, it may be time to learn more about this rare hearing loss type.

Can Cold Weather Affect Your Ability to Hear?

Girl Protecting Her Hearing from the Cold Weather with a Scarf


With the chilly weather that accompanies winter here to stay for a few more weeks, more and more folks are blowing their noses or sipping on cups of hot tea to stay warm. But does the change in temperature also have the potential to impact our ability to hear? In short, the answer is ‘yes.’ Here are a few ways chilly weather can lead to hearing problems and what you can do about it.

What Do Our Customers Say about Our Hearing Aids?

Woman Using MacBook to Search for Hearing Aids


With the help of those reviews, you can become a more informed consumer and increase your chances of selecting the right hearing aid. At Advanced Affordable Hearing, we have received overwhelmingly positive reviews from our customers. So you can easily browse through some of the feedback on each of our products, we’ve compiled a handful of reviews to go along with each of our hearing aids, all in one place.   

How to Use Your Hearing Aids in 5 Simple Steps

Woman Happy to be Using Hearing Aids


Perhaps your hearing aids have just arrived. You’ve opened the box, taken them out, and now you’re wondering how to get your hearing aids working. While hearing aids are pretty easy to understand once you’ve had them for a while, it can be difficult to know where to begin with them. As hearing aid experts, we’d like to help walk you through that process. Here’s how to use your hearing aids in 5 simple steps.

4 FAQs of Getting Hearing Aids for the First Time

Woman with Dog Thinking about Getting Hearing Aids for the First Time


Many people with hearing loss wait 7 to 10 years before choosing to wear hearings aid for the first time. Despite experiencing signs of hearing loss, many people resist hearing aids for reasons like vanity or unwillingness to adjust to a new way of hearing. If missing out on hearing conversations wasn’t enough for you to try hearing aids, here are answers to four popular questions many people ask when getting hearing aids for the first time.

What is Exercise Induced Hearing Loss?

Woman with Exercise Induced Hearing Loss


As with most things, even exercise has its share of potential downsides, one of which is exercise induced hearing loss. Especially if you visit the gym on the daily, or enjoy lifting those weights, you may be at greater risk for experiencing permanent damage to your ability to hear. Let’s take a moment to explore how exercised induced hearing loss occurs and how it can be prevented.

How to Tell Your Parents They Need Hearing Aids

Two Parents Who Need Hearing Aids


Age-related hearing loss is one of the most common types of hearing loss, and if one of your parents is having trouble hearing you these days, they may be one of the many experiencing this type of hearing loss. While you may recommend hearing aids to your parent with their best interest in mind, this suggestion may not go over as well as you’d hope. To make discussing hearing aids with you parent a bit easier, ere are 5 steps you can take to start discussing hearing aids with your parent.