You're not alone if you sometimes find communication frustrating or stressful because of your relative's hearing loss. But there are a number of simple things you can do to make it easier.
Choosing a hearing aid isn’t easy, particularly if you’re new to hearing aids. They come in all sizes, colours and technology levels.
I hear perfectly fine. I don’t need a hearing aid. Well, you’re standing too far away from me. Lots of us have heard these excuses many times. If the people you love say you can’t hear them, maybe it is time to get your hearing checked. At least there are plenty of good reasons to get your hearing tested.
Hearing loss and dementia are both natural consequences of aging. But did you know that there could be a link between hearing loss itself and dementia?
Today’s hearing aids come with automation to help you forget about the hearing aid and focus on listening. But what if the listening experience doesn’t match how you want to hear?
Discount hearing aids purchased online or in warehouse retailers look mighty attractive to some customers - but these "discounts" can be costly in the long run.
So your new hearing aids are working great – but after a few weeks they start to look a little worn. What’s the best way to clean your hearing aids without damaging them? We’ll let you know in this handy guide.
Have you ever felt hard of hearing after a night at a concert? Do you have hearing loss after years of working in a noisy environment? Did a sudden loud noise make you lose your ability to hear out of one or two ears? If so, you may have Noise-induced hearing loss.
Hearing isn’t just about your ears – your brain plays a big part in how you process and understand sound. Dr. Timothy Steele of Associated Audiologists explains the connection between hearing and understanding and how hearing aids can play a crucial role in this process for many people.
The human hearing range is a description of the pitches and loudness levels a person can hear before feeling discomfort.
Tinnitus is probably causing that ringing or buzzing in your ear that doesn’t seem to go away. Maybe your doctor told you that tinnitus can’t be helped – that you’ll just have to deal with it?
Will hearing aids feel weird in my ears? Will people notice that I have hearing aids behind my ears? Will I get annoyed wearing hearing aids all day long? What will my voice sound like when I’m wearing hearing aids?