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Hearing aids can be hugely beneficial and have the ability to improve your life experience almost exponentially. However, there is no denying that all new hearing aid wearers tend to need to go through a process of adjustment. Initially, people find that hearing aids feel very conspicuous and obvious, and they may struggle to adapt to the range of programs

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Hearing aids are like any other piece of technology. Similar to your TV or computer, they can stop working. In fact, it’s often best to think of a hearing aid as a tiny computer. Particularly when you consider just how much tech is often included in devices like this these days. If your hearing aid stops working as it should,

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If you are thinking about getting hearing aids , you are probably full of questions already. Fortunately, most people tend to ask the same four common questions so we can give you the answers you are looking for right now. Are there different styles of hearing aids? Yes. There are a few different types of hearing aids and your audiologist

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If you’ve been to an audiologist for hearing tests , and they have recommended using hearing aids, you may be approaching a hearing aid fitting with both trepidation and excitement. It’s natural to be slightly nervous about wearing hearing aids for the first time, but you’re probably also really looking forward to being able to hear again. If you’ve got

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If you’ve attended your hearing aid fitting and have been given a pair of hearing aids to use, then you might be wondering how you can maintain them to keep them working correctly. They’re small and fragile devices, which means they can easily be damaged if you treat them poorly or neglect them. The best source of information would be

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ITE (in the ear) hearing aids fit inside the area surrounding the ear canal. They are a popular choice of hearing aid, as they are more discreet than behind the ear (BTE) hearing aids and they are suited to a wide range of patients. If you suffer from hearing loss , and you’d like to find out more about ITE

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Hearing aids need batteries to run. Different hearing aids need different battery sizes, so it's important to know about what batteries your hearing aids take so you can keep them running and always have spares handy. Hearing aid batteries are generally made in five different sizes, which include sizes 5, 10, 312, 13 and 675. However, size 5 is rarely

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Anybody that owns a pair of hearing aids will know the true value of these little boys. Not only do they allow you to hear the world around you with immense ease, they also make up an important part of your daily life. The sentiment is somewhat similar to what people with weak eyesight feel about their prescription spectacles. The

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If you feel you may have a hearing problem and require a hearing aid , you need to answer the following five questions:   Do you frequently feel that people sound as though they are mumbling or not speaking in a distinct manner?   Do you find it challenging to follow a conversation when a room is crowded?   Do you often find it

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A hearing aid fitting is a special type of medical appointment in which an audiologist will provide you with the device you selected. During this appointment, many things will occur. First, the hearing aids will actually be given to you. You will then try on the hearing aids to make sure that they fit properly in your ear. Physical fit

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When things are going smoothly, you sometimes forget how much you depend upon your eyeglasses or your hearing aids. But when something goes wrong, it can make life a little more difficult. Even with the best of care, your hearing aids may occasionally need repairs . Here are some frequently asked questions about hearing aid repairs. 1. Are there any

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