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As far as ear cleaning methods that you should avoid go, there are many. Lots of people clean their ears out with cotton swabs and the like thinking they are being hygienic, when in actual fact, they are compromising their hearing and the health of their ear. Below, we’ll give you an idea of the ear cleaning methods you should

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Are you thinking about getting hearing aids? If so, then you should speak to an audiologist. They will test your hearing and check whether this is necessary. If this is the right option, they will then provide you with all the different choices and possibilities. Be aware that there are actually three different, main types of hearing aids. So, it’s

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Your hearing aids are going to be durable and dependable, but it’s likely that they are going to require repairs at some point. These are an essential bit of kit for helping you make the most of your life, and boosting your hearing to more or less normal levels. As such, it is imperative that you come up with ideas

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So, you've decided that it's time to contact an audiologist ? Good for you. Accepting that you need help with hearing isn't easy, but it is a decision you won't regret. The sooner you choose the right audiologist, the less chance there is of hearing problems becoming long-lasting issues. Through testing and a variety of services, audiologists diagnose and treat

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If you have been thinking about investing in hearing aids , there are a few things you should know before making your final decision. Your audiologist will be able to provide you with the best options for you, but you should have a good idea of the different styles beforehand. There are three different hearing aid styles for you to

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In the modern world, people engage in activities which could damage their ears regularly. Construction workers, people who work in heavy industry, and even dentists exposed to the loud noises emitted by their drills are all at risk of noise-induced hearing loss. Even people who do not work in high-risk occupations are at risk from things like standing next to

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Tinnitus is described as a subjective noise, meaning that only you can hear it when it occurs. It happens at seemingly random intervals with some people experiencing it for a couple of minutes at a time while others have to cope with it for hours on end, often becoming debilitating enough that it causes them to lose sleep. It can

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Now that you’ve got your new hearing aid , you need a battery to power it. High-quality cells are essential for the proper operation of hearing aids. Batteries that are running low on charge can affect user experience and reduce the quality of sound output. There are many types of hearing aid batteries, each with different size and charge life.

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Hearing loss affects more than 466 million people worldwide, including 34 million children. By the middle of the current century, more than 900 million people will have some degree of hearing loss, thanks primarily to an aging population. Given that hearing loss is a common concern, are there any common signs that you might need to look out for? Hearing

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You might have heard that your ears are self-cleaning. For the most part, this is certainly true. Your ears are designed to push out dirt as well as excess earwax through the canal and towards the outer ear. Generally speaking, the only area of your ear that you will need to clean is the outer ear where this dirt and

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