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  2. How to take care of hearing aids

    Maintenance and care of hearing aids   A hearing aid is a high-tech device that deserves a lot of care, should be kept clean and free of earwax, should not be exposed to excessive heat or moisture, also when you are not using the hearing aid should be stored in a case as they are easy to lose. These measures...
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  3. Hearing aids - Questions Answered

    Hearing aids   Approximately 33% of the population over 65 years of age suffers from hearing loss. Hearing loss is among the 3 most common diseases in older adults. However, hearing loss is not a situation that only older adults experience. Studies show that 3 out of every 1000 children are born with a hearing loss. Approximately 37% of children...
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  4. Hearing Aids, explained.

    Adaptation of hearing aids     The application of digital technology has facilitated the adaptation of hearing aids, through the application of PC software. The hearing care professional makes the relevant adjustments to the programming, molds, elbows and slim tubes. Some management guidelines should be given, which, especially in the case of children, are based on the gradual increase in...
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  5. Can Hearing Aids Make You Happy?

    What comes to mind when you think of happiness? We usually imagine special memories with our family and friends when we think about happiness. Special times laughing, enjoying each others company, vacations, sunshine, decadent chocolate, and hearing aids. Let me guess hearing aids hearing aids aren’t one of them. Yes, typically it’s not the first thing that comes to mind...
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  6. What is High Frequency Hearing Loss?

    There are different kinds of hearing loss. Only a hearing test can provide you with exact hearing loss frequencies. When a hearing test is done the professional will test hearing between 250 Hz-8000Hz. The test examines frequencies starting from a lower pitch increasing to a higher pitch. An audiogram for high-frequency hearing shows hearing within the normal range of 250...
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  7. Get Solutions to Your Hearing Loss with Inexpensive Hearing Aids

    Get Solutions to Your Hearing Loss with Inexpensive Hearing Aids Research has shown how devastating hearing loss continues to be, affecting roughly 28.6 million Americans that are aged 60 years and above and 48 million Americans altogether. If hearing loss is left untreated for a long time, it could lead to other severe health problems such as depression, a decline...
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  8. Hearing Aids – Why You Need Them

    Hearing Aids – Why You Need Them Almost 50 million Americans suffer hearing loss problems, and this has drastically affected many lives. This is quite shocking, and this number continues to grow on a daily basis. Many people don’t even know that hearing aids can solve their problems while many others shy away from the expense of purchasing the device...
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  9. Inexpensive Hearing Aids – Are They Good Quality?

    Inexpensive Hearing Aids – Are They Good Quality? More than 48 million Americans struggle with one form of hearing loss or another, and the vast majority of this number of individuals are older adults. The National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders have stated that virtually one-third of people with ages ranging from 65 to 74 have reported having...
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  10. How to Read an Audiogram

    Get a Free Report 7 Hearing Aid Secrets https://www.centuryhearingaids.com/report-and-discount/ What is an Audiogram. An Audiogram is a graph that shows the persons hearing. It tells us the type and degree of hearing loss. The results of the hearing test are plotted on an audiogram. It has an X axis and a Y axis. Some important terms to know, to understand...
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