Due to our present lifestyle sooner or later most of us are going to face challenges in terms of hearing. So it is really important for us to make sure that our ears are doing okay. Many times hearing loss is preventable and avoidable. There are some rather unexpected [...]
Don’t let mental health issues fall on deaf ears. Hearing loss is said to have innumerable effects on the life of an affected individual. What begins as difficulty in interacting with other individuals eventually extends to social, emotional, and psychological issues. It has also been reported from various studies [...]
Sudden hearing loss is a frightening thought. Just imagine waking up one day and not being able to hear! Sudden sensorineural hearing loss (SSNHL), also known as sudden deafness, affects about one in every 5,000 adults every year. If I woke up without hearing: What should I do? Sudden hearing loss (SSNHL) is [...]
Hearing is much more essential than you might imagine, allowing us to not only comprehend and converse but also face life with self-assurance and accomplishment. Today, as we see hearing aids are an indispensable everyday companion for millions of people in conversations in big and small circles, at work, in the [...]
All hearing aids, regardless of the style, size, or technology level, have the same basic components: a microphone, an amplifier, a receiver, and a battery. The battery serves as the power source for hearing aids and is critical to ensuring they perform as intended. Research has shown that treating [...]
Combining sensors and artificial intelligence enables hearing aids to perform tasks that normally require human intelligence. It enhances the patients listening experiences, proactively manages health and provides access to information to simplify life. The ear is a more accurate place to track your health.Scientists have long believed the ear to [...]
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Hearing loss which is occurring due to long term exposure to loud sounds is called noise-induced hearing loss.
Hearing aid whistle is a sound that is given out by the hearing aid in the form of a high- or low-pitched hum, squeal or a chirp.
Choosing the right hearing aid can greatly improve your quality of lifestyle. However, it can be an intimidating decision to make for some.