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If you are dealing with tinnitus, you are more than likely looking at how to deal with it before it feels like it's going out of control. No one wants to deal with the buzzing, ringing, ticking or beeping that comes with tinnitus. The problem is that most people know what tinnitus is but don't fully understand what the treatment

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There’s a lot to think about when it comes to choosing a hearing aid, and perhaps the most essential decision is related to the  style .  There are several different styles of hearing aids , but the most commonly used are:  Behind the ear (BTE) In the ear (ITE) In the canal (ITC)  Each of these styles offers its own

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Do you need hearing aid repairs ? It’s easy to forget but these devices are quite vulnerable to damage. That’s an issue, particularly when you consider that modern designs are about as complex as miniature computers. One of the questions you will need to consider is whether you can complete repairs yourself or if you will need the help of

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People with hearing loss are regularly encouraged to attend hearing aid fittings. A hearing aid fitting is a process in which a hearing health professional helps you to select and set up a hearing aid. But what exactly happens during these sessions? And how do audiologists fit assistive hearing devices ? Let’s look: You’ll discuss different styles and technologies Hearing

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It is not uncommon for people to develop hearing loss and be entirely unaware of this fact. Hearing loss often remains hidden for several years; in fact, it can take up to 10 years for a person to seek help for hearing loss, and it has been estimated that up to 85% of cases of hearing loss are untreated.  However,

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