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Tinnitus is a prevalent symptom of a wide range of underlying conditions. Most of us experience tinnitus at some time in our lives. Every time we go from a noisy environment like a nightclub or a concert into a quiet space, we may hear the familiar ringing and roar of tinnitus. When we have a particularly stressful day at work

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Are your hearing aids not functioning as they should be? Here are clear signs that you do need to consider a hearing aid repair .  The sound is distorted You might find that when you use your hearing aids the sound comes through distorted. You might hear a buzzing or whistling noise. If you suffer from tinnitus, then this could

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Have you noticed an issue with your hearing? If so, then it’s definitely time to speak to a hearing health specialist . They can provide the advice and support that you need during this time. Ultimately, they will be able to make sure you get all the information that you need to deal with this change in your life. So,

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Your audiologist is here to help throughout your entire hearing health journey. Not only can they help you diagnose and determine the specific level of hearing loss, but they are some of the most qualified to help you choose a hearing aid to meet your specific needs. Many individuals may be considering an in-the-canal (ITC) device because of the privacy

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Ear wax is what lubricates and protects the ear, so it’s something that is essential for our general health and wellbeing. Ear wax is said to have natural antibacterial properties that protects the ear from infections, and you can get dry and itchy ears if you don’t have enough wax. However, ear wax and debris can build up over time,

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