Hearing Health Blog

There are many problems that can affect your hearing over time in life. It’s essential that you try to do what you can to research your hearing issues and understand them as much as possible. When it comes to improving your hearing, you should do whatever it takes to make it better again, from meeting with audiologists to reading as many

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Hearing aids are truly incredible, life-improving devices that millions of people across the country rely on. However, hearing aids are also the product of complex, sophisticated engineering, which means that a few care measures are required to ensure your device is always fully functional and working at its best. Below, we’ve brought together the best tips and advice related to

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Pediatric ear, nose and throat (ENT) doctors specialize in treating conditions related to the ear, nose and throat in children. However, deciding when to seek an ENT’s help can sometimes be confusing – so below, we’ve provided an overview of conditions that can benefit from the attention of a specialist.  Repeat ear infections  Children are more likely to get ear

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Your hearing is one of your most important senses, which is why finding the right ear protection is vital to maintaining a healthy auditory system. Ear protection comes in a number of different styles, and not all are created equally. From disposable protection options to custom-fit solutions, talk to your hearing health professional about the following options. Why is hearing

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Hearing aids are one of the best solutions for addressing hearing loss. They come in a range of styles and can help people with different types of hearing loss. If you can benefit from wearing hearing aids, a hearing health professional can help you to find the right ones. They can offer a range of hearing aid services to ensure

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Septum surgery is a relatively simple procedure that can provide the relief you need from issues caused by a deviated septum. If you notice any of the three symptoms below, this may indicate you have a deviated septum and could benefit from a consultation with an ear, nose and throat (ENT) doctor. Nosebleeds and pain To an extent, nosebleeds are

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