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Hearing aids are truly wonderful devices. Although they are small, they are very robust, but unfortunately, they’re not immune to damage. Often, when your hearing aids aren’t working properly, it’s possible to carry out some at-home troubleshooting. Here are some of the most common signs you may need hearing aid repairs . Your hearing aids keep turning off If your

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Beyond helping to detect and treat hearing loss, ear wax is one of the most common issues a hearing care provider has to deal with. Some people produce a lot more wax than others and, if it’s allowed to build up, it can diminish your hearing and make you more prone to infection, and other health issues. To make sure

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Hearing loss can be a touchy subject. A lot of people who reach out to hearing health professionals may do so with some trepidation. In many cases, we’re not even aware that we are afflicted by hearing loss until it has already become quite advanced. Rarely do we notice it. It tends to be incremental, creeping up on us over

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In-the-canal (ITC) hearing aids fit solely inside the ear canal. They're designed to be discreet and easier to hide, which means they're preferred by many people. Their smaller size can mean there are some limitations on functionality, but this is often isn't a problem for people who are looking for a slightly less obvious hearing aid. If you're trying to

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When a person is diagnosed with hearing loss , the following process is usually set in motion: The person discusses their level of hearing loss with their hearing care professional They are advised on the device that may be suitable for them They have the opportunity to try different devices and can then select the hearing aid that is most

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No one wants to have problems with their hearing, as our hearing is a vital sense, but the truth is that we can’t control how our bodies work, and sometimes things go wrong. When this happens, and your ears stop working as effectively as they should do, it can be seriously upsetting and worrisome. While you may not want to

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