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Smart buying decisions: How hearing aids give you a great return on your investment (Better Hearing Institute) If you’re one of the nearly 40 million Americans who suffer with hearing loss, maybe it’s time to consider investing in your hearing health. Research shows that the rewards can be substantial. In fact, identifying and addressing hearing loss has been shown to

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(from Siemens brochure) Many of the causes of senior citizens falling and injuring themselves are preventable.  Physicians routinely advise their older patients to exercise, have their vision checked, and monitor whether any medications may cause dizziness. In addition to these commonly known contributors to falls is untreated hearing loss, which has been linked in multiple studies to a significant increase

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(From Audiology Solutions La) The current AARP magazine has a feature article on Alzheimer’s. I was fascinated by the “facts” and information about this condition. Like a lot of you, I think I know a lot about Alzheimer’s. I was humbled to know that I don’t know very much at all. I knew that it is a cognitive brain disorder

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(From Siemens brochure) Did you know??? Along with depression, patients with untreated hearing loss are known to experience anxiety, paranoia, relationship problems, stress, and other negative emotions. Using hearing aids can significantly improve emotional and cognitive conditions in patients over the age of 65. 36% of patients who begin wearing hearing aids experienced improved overall mental health, while 34% increased

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(From Siemens brochure) The link between untreated hearing loss and development of dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. Multiple studies indicate hearing loss can be linked to the onset of dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. Leaving hearing loss untreated could pose a serious risk that has not been widely shared with the hearing-impaired population. Patients and their loved ones are encouraged to make more

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After the purchase: Breaking in your hearing aid Getting used to a hearing aid takes time. Your listening skills should improve gradually as you become accustomed to amplification. The sound you hear is different because it's amplified. Even your own voice sounds different when you wear a hearing aid.   When first using a hearing aid, keep these points in

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  Hearing aid electronics Hearing aid electronics control how sound is transferred from the environment to your inner ear. All hearing aids amplify sounds, making them louder so that you can hear them better. Most hearing aid manufacturers now only produce digital hearing aids — analog hearing aids are being phased out. With digital technology, a computer chip converts the

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A few good ideas to think about before purchasing a hearing aid... When looking for a hearing aid, explore your options to understand what type of hearing aid will work best for you. Also: •Get a checkup. See your doctor to rule out correctable causes of hearing loss, such as earwax, an infection or a tumor, and have your hearing

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(From Asha.org)   Myths and Facts About Hearing Aids Myth: Hearing aids restore hearing to normal just as an eyeglass prescription can restore vision to 20/20. Fact: Hearing aids do not restore hearing to “normal.” Hearing aids do not “cure” your hearing loss, but they provide benefit and improvement in communication. They can improve your hearing and listening abilities, and

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(Taken from hearingcareblog.com)   Pain Relief Medications and Hearing Loss At the first sign of pain, over-the-counter pain relievers are often recommended. Analgesics are the most frequently employed pain relief medications, used to treat a variety of medical conditions. What the Studies Show According to a study by researchers at Harvard-affiliated Brigham and Women’s Hospital (BWH), women who took NSAID s

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