Hearing Loss

9 Famous Celebrities Who Have Hearing Loss

Sensorineural hearing loss (SNHL) is one of the most common types of hearing loss. It occurs when some of the inner ear hair cells (within the cochlea) have become damaged. Sensorineural hearing loss most commonly happens gradually over time, but can also occur suddenly. It

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What Are the Different Types of Hearing Aids?

Almost 29 million US adults could benefit from using a hearing aid. Hearing loss impacts many people, so it’s important to understand the types of hearing aids available. A hearing aid is a small device with a microphone, amplifier, and receiver to help those with mild

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A Step by Step Guide To Cleaning a Hearing Aid

Hearing aids benefit significant portions of the population, allowing individuals to maintain their relationship with the world. Without routine cleaning, though, hearing aids are far less effective. Cleaning a hearing aid can extend its lifespan, improve performance, and save you money. It seems like doing a

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How Long Does a Hearing Aid Last on Average?

If you’re considering getting a hearing aid, there are lots of different things you’ll need to think about. Having a hearing aid fitted is a big decision and one you won’t want to take lightly. You might have questions like: Is now the right time?

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How To Prevent Hearing Loss: 5 Basic Tips

Roughly 37 million American adults experience some level of preventable hearing loss. There are numerous reasons why our hearing goes away naturally, but it’s common for people to experience different types of hearing loss that could have been avoidable. We’re going to discuss a few ways

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A Simple Guide to Common Hearing Aid Problems

Nearly 30 million American adults could benefit from wearing hearing aids. You’re one of the many people who rely on this hearing technology to make it easier to navigate your personal and social lives. However, you’ve suddenly found your hearing aids to be uncomfortable —

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