According to the American Tinnitus Association (ATA), tinnitus affects approximately 50 million Americans to some degree, usually as a sound that only you can hear. People often describe their tinnitus as buzzing, ringing, white noise, crickets chirping and/or a roaring sound. Although these descriptions are typical, each individual’s experience can be different, and is an important clue that you need to pay attention to your hearing.
Did you know you can take your hearing to the next level using recent advancements in hearing aid technology and by adding assistive listening devices and accessories? Here are three recent innovations that can improve your performance with hearing aids, and enhance your listening experience.
Digital technology and the microchip have made it possible to include more options in hearing aids than ever before. But what are the features you should look for if you’re in the market for hearing aids?
Digital technology continues to advance, making microprocessors smaller and more powerful than ever, including those used in the latest hearing aids from Widex, called BEYOND.
Digital technology and the microchip have made it possible to pack more power and features into the latest hearing aids. But is more better for you?
Hearing loss is often described as an “invisible” health problem. Because hearing loss usually happens gradually, many people don’t realize what they’re missing. And even more importantly, researchers have discovered significant links between hearing loss and other serious health issues, including cognition, dementia, depression, falling, and overall physical and mental health.
When a person is considering hearing aids, one of the biggest questions is often about cost. People want to know what their hearing aid will cost, or they may go online or to a big box store looking for the best “deal.”