Check Your Hearing for Diabetes Awareness Month

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For most of us, November means we’re one step closer to Thanksgiving, but for others, it’s Diabetes Awareness Month. In fact, on November 14th, the disease is recognized worldwide on World Diabetes DayIn order to raise awareness, we’d like to draw attention to the connection between diabetes and hearing loss. We’ll also share some tips for how you can work to prevent as much damage to your hearing as possible.

How to Prep Your Hearing Aids for the Cold

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For most people, summer means heading outdoors and going camping, jumping in the pool, or taking a trip to the beach. But when the leaves start falling and temperatures start dropping, it’s a great time to ensure your hearing aids’ performance do not follow suit. Let’s take a look at how the winter weather can impact your hearing aids and what you can do about it.

How to Talk to Your Loved One About Hearing Loss

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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

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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

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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.

10 Frequently Asked Questions about Hearing Aids

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If you have questions about hearing aids, we have answers. At Advanced Affordable Hearing, we receive an influx of questions about our products online, via e-mail, and over the phone. With over 20 years in the hearing industry, we’ve found there are some questions we hear more frequently than others, and here are our answers to the top 10. 


Can You Sleep with Your Hearing Aids In?

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Sleeping with your hearing aids in is not recommended. From damaging your hearing aids to experiencing discomfort, it’s not good for your devices or your ears. However, without them, many people worry they won’t be able to hear their children, a smoke alarm in the middle of the night, or their alarm clock in the morning. There are several reasons we recommend against wearing hearing aids while sleeping, and we’ve outlined a few of them for you in this article.