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An audiologist is a professional that assesses and diagnose issues with the auditory system. If you’re experiencing trouble with your hearing, balance, earwax or tinnitus, the audiologist will look at a number of things, from medical history to symptoms, to determine the best treatment options. Audiologists tend to be great at solving problems and can tailor a preventative treatment plan

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Tonsils and adenoid surgery are the two most common childhood surgeries that you hear of in the wider community. Children have their adenoids removed as standard because they generally shrink and disappear before adulthood. Infected and enlarged adenoids can cause a myriad of issues and infections, so having them removed can be the kindest thing that you do for your

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Sinus surgery is an incredibly effective way of resolving health conditions caused by a range of sinus issues. If any of the following signs sound familiar to your own experience, then it may be worth discussing the possibility of sinus surgery with an ear, nose and throat doctor in the future. Chronic sinusitis Sinusitis is a condition that causes inflammation

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When you visit an audiologist, they will conduct an assessment to determine the quality of your auditory system and the severity of any present hearing loss . They will then offer the best treatment option to improve your hearing ability. One of the most common solutions audiologists recommend is the use of hearing aids . There are a variety of

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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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