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If you have a close friend or a family member who is showing signs of hearing loss, an audiologist may advise them to consider using hearing aids. Hearing aids are innovative devices, which improve hearing by amplifying sounds. There are several different types of hearing aid available , so it’s wise to explore different options and weigh up the pros

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It is widely known that when sound reaches a certain level, it can be harmful to hearing. Eight-five decibels is the safe threshold; noise over this level has the potential to over time, cause hearing loss. To prevent against this, those who are regularly exposed to loud noise must use ear protection to help guard the health of their hearing. 

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A hearing test is what you need if you feel as if your hearing is getting gradually worse. The key is to limit the damage before it escalates and causes future problems. The types of hearing tests differ depending on your conditions and what the audiologist believes to be the necessary steps to work out the extent of the issue.

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When you experience difficulties with your auditory system , you may be unsure what kind of professional you need to see. An audiologist is an expert in all aspects of health care related to the ear and, in particular, hearing. To find out more about the individual conditions an audiologist can assist with, read on:  Impacted earwax  Earwax can sometimes

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There are a lot of misconceptions about hearing aid fittings . A lot of people assume that these are quick appointments where the audiologist simply makes sure that the device will stay inside of the ear. However, this is not the case, as most appointments will last at least one hour depending on what kind of questions you have. You

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