If you have had your hearing aids for several years, you may be due for an update. Older technology or changes in your hearing may result in a hearing experience that’s more frustrating than it has to be. Getting your hearings aids checked regularly is as important as going to the dentist or the doctor for a check-up! Your hearing loss and what you require in a set of hearing aids can change over time depending on a variety of factors. So how do you know when you’re due for a hearing aid upgrade? Here are three good reasons it might be time to consider booking an appointment with your hearing care professional to discuss options.
April 4, 2018 Hearing Tips
As we approach the holiday season, people are excited to see their family members that are pouring in from out of town. Restaurants are filled with reservations for people who want to enjoy the chef’s holiday special, or even just enjoy a hot cup of coffee at a small café during the fall and winter weather. People with hearing loss shouldn’t miss out on this. Read these 10 tips to help you enjoy your evening, and make sure you don’t end up in an unbearably noisy, social environment.
November is Diabetes Awareness Month. Did you know that hearing loss is twice as common in people with diabetes compared to those without the disease? Experts say that one in three people with diabetes will develop hearing loss. Read more in this week’s article about the link between diabetes and hearing loss.
March 21, 2018 Health and Hearing loss
Did you know that smoking can have serious effects for your hearing and overall health and wellness? While the reason for the link is still under investigation, clinical studies have found that current smokers are nearly two times as likely as nonsmokers to have hearing loss.