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Do Your Hearing Aids Need a Boost?

Posted by Associated Audiologists on Apr 18, 2019 8:00:00 AM

Just as their name implies, hearing aids can help you hear. But sometimes hearing aids aren’t enough. Sometimes your hearing aids need an extra boost to help you hear your best.

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Topics: Hearing Support, hearing aid technology

Hearing Aid Experts

Posted by Associated Audiologists on Apr 8, 2019 8:00:00 AM

Determining the best hearing aid technology for each individual patient is a complex process which takes the patient’s comprehensive hearing evaluation, health history, lifestyle, personal listening needs and budget into consideration.

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Topics: hearing loss, hearing aids, hearing problems,, hearing test

“Smart” Hearing Aid Technology Could Change Your Life

Posted by Associated Audiologists on Mar 25, 2019 12:34:21 PM

Today we have hearing aids that are “smart!” They know a meeting sounds different from a party – even the difference between classical and pop music...and they can adjust accordingly. These smart hearing aids can keep up with the changing sounds in your life. But how is that possible?

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Topics: hearing aid technology

What is Sound Sensitivity?

Posted by Associated Audiologists on Mar 21, 2019 10:00:00 AM


It’s a noisy world - car horns blaring, people shouting, phones ringing, radios turned up at top volume - these sounds can all be annoying, but for most people, they aren’t intolerable. Unfortunately, if you’re someone with sound sensitivity, these sounds can be so disruptive, it’s difficult to live what most people would consider a “normal” life.

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Topics: hearing loss, hearing aids, hearing problems,

What Does Tinnitus Sound Like?

Posted by Associated Audiologists on Mar 11, 2019 11:25:00 AM


Tinnitus is commonly referred to as “ringing in the ears,” but it can actually manifest in a variety of different perceived sounds including: ringing, hissing, static, crickets, screeching, whooshing, roaring, pulsing, ocean waves, buzzing, dial tones and even music.

According to the American Tinnitus Association, in almost all cases, tinnitus is a subjective noise, meaning that only the person who has tinnitus can hear it. Objective tinnitus (head or ear noises that other people can hear) occurs in less than 1 percent of cases.

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Topics: Dizziness & Tinnitus

What Is Tinnitus and Who Has It?

Posted by Associated Audiologists on Mar 7, 2019 10:59:29 AM

Tinnitus is the perception of sound in the absences of an external sound source. Tinnitus can take on any number of characteristics and is usually a sound that only you can hear. You can experience tinnitus that varies from soft to loud and from low to high pitch. Individuals describe their tinnitus in a number of ways, including a buzzing, clicking, ringing, white noise, and/or roaring sound. Although these descriptions are typical, there are no specific rules about how tinnitus is perceived. Each person’s experience can be different.

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Topics: Dizziness & Tinnitus

Tinnitus Management Options

Posted by Associated Audiologists on Feb 26, 2019 3:40:07 PM

Despite claims from a variety of products, currently, there is no known cure for tinnitus. However, there are very good, well-established tools and management options that can significantly reduce the perceived burden of tinnitus, and help manage its impact on your life.

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Topics: tinnitus, Dizziness & Tinnitus

What Your Heart and Your Hearing Have in Common

Posted by Associated Audiologists on Feb 19, 2019 2:43:21 PM

Decades of research point to a link between heart and hearing health. Raymond H. Hull, PhD, professor of communication sciences and disorders in audiology and neurosciences at Wichita State University, and Stacy R. Kerschen, Au.D., conducted an analysis of 84 years of work from scientists worldwide on the link between cardiovascular health and the ability to hear. Their work, which reviewed 70 scientific studies, confirmed a direct link. The findings of their analysis also suggest that hearing loss may be an early sign of heart disease.

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Noise Could be Bad for Your Heart

Posted by James H. O’Keefe, M.D., Guest Blog on Feb 12, 2019 12:45:23 PM

When you think about the things that are bad for your heart, you probably think about habits like smoking, overeating, or lack of exercise. Now you can add another risk factor to that list - noise.

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Understanding Hearing Assistive Technology

Posted by Associated Audiologists on Feb 6, 2019 3:36:57 PM

Hearing aids do just that - they “aid” you in hearing better - but even with the latest technology, hearing aids have limitations. Public spaces, such as auditoriums, one-on-one conversations, watching television, and listening to phone calls or music can all present listening challenges.

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