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Hearing aids, like everything, do not last forever. They will at some point need replacing. But how do you know when that point is? As a general rule of thumb, a hearing aid will last somewhere between three and five years . There are some exceptions, of course. Some will last even longer while others will need replacing earlier. Factors

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Whether you are at home or in the workplace, good communication and listening skills are always central to your lifestyle. Hearing loss is a pretty common issue that affects millions of people all over the world. In the United States alone, almost 50% of seniors beyond the age of 75 experience hearing impairment . Many children and young adults also

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“Should I replace them now or wait for a while?” is one of the questions most frequently asked by wearers of hearing aids. This becomes even more difficult to answer when the listening devices you purchased decades ago still appear to be working. However, while they may seem to still be in good shape, you would be well advised to

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It’s important to acknowledge the early signs of hearing loss so that you can best deal with the issue. The most common early sign is thinking the people around you are mumbling too often. Rather than telling them off for mumbling, it might actually be you starting to lose your hearing. Hearing aids are usually the solution for most people

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Hearing loss, either complete or partial, can affect so many people, especially of a certain age. If you find yourself experiencing any sort of hearing loss, the best thing you can do is to choose the right hearing aids to help improve your hearing once again. A hearing aid is so important for helping to make your life more comfortable,

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Hearing loss is not created equally. In fact, there three types of hearing loss (sensorineural, conductive and mixed) and many ways hearing loss can develop. As such, treatment options for hearing loss vary from person to person, dependant upon the type and degree of hearing loss an individual is diagnosed with. Most hearing loss diagnoses are treated with hearing aids

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Hearing aids can be quite a big investment; if you’ve recently bought a pair, or are considering it, it’s a good idea to make sure you understand how care for and maintain them. While most hearing aids come with a warranty to cover the cost of some repairs, it’s still important to maintain them to ensure optimal performance. Curious how

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Whether you’re new to wearing hearing aids or accustomed to your devices, visiting or living in places with cold weather can wreak havoc on your technology. So before you take that snowy ski trip or settle in with the cold weather, make sure you know how to properly care for your hearing aids in cold weather. Condensation happens Avoid leaving

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