Hearing Health Blog
Hearing loss can sometimes be a slow, gradual process. As such, it can be easy to ignore symptoms, even when they become severe. You could blame hearing loss on “old age,” but doing so could lead to problems further down the line as well as preventing you from getting the assistance you need right now to improve your quality of
Hearing aid fittings are an essential part of your ongoing care, helping you to manage your hearing loss effectively, and ensuring that you have the highest quality of life possible. You may, however, have some questions about these sessions, so here are the top FAQs about hearing aid fittings. Will I receive support after my hearing aid fitting? Audiologists know
Hearing aids can be fairly robust, but you still have to look after them. If you drop one, step on it or get it wet, you could cause extensive damage. It's important to keep your hearing aids clean too or they might not work as well as they should. Proper care and attention for your hearing aids will help extend
Most of us are guilty of trying to use do-it-yourself ear cleaning methods. The trouble is that, often, we use the wrong techniques. If you don’t clean your ears properly, you run the risk of causing damage to your eardrum and potentially, making the situation worse. If you’re looking for some top ear cleaning tips, here are some do’s and
An appointment with your audiologist can either be an exciting or daunting time. You might be curious about what you should expect, you might have questions to ask your audiologist and you may even have concerns. Whatever the case may be, we’ve written this article to help you prepare for your first audiologist appointment and put your mind at ease.