• Simple Ways to Improve and Protect Your Hearing

    It’s not uncommon for a person to take what they have for granted, such as the ability to see, feel, smell, and hear. Having the ability to listen to and interpret the sounds around you is a blessing, as it allows you to be fully immersed with your surrounding environment. With that in mind, you […]

  • How to Get a Grip on Meniere’s Disease

    You may not have heard of Meniere’s disease, but it’s a condition worth knowing about. Affecting both men and women, Meniere’s disease is an inner ear condition that causes balance problems and can affect a person’s hearing. Typically, Meniere’s disease only affects one ear and can come on gradually. When a person has Meniere’s disease, […]

  • Replacing Hearing Aids: Is It Necessary?

    It doesn’t matter if you are an existing hearing aid user or are looking into getting a pair for your first time; being educated is a crucial aspect. Hearing aids are an important investment, so knowing as much as you can help prepare you and help you get the most out of your hearing aids. […]

  • Extending Hearing Aid Battery Life

    Hearing aids are a fantastic device, as they help extend a person’s ability to hear. While there are many upsides to hearing aids, one of the negatives about this device is the use of batteries. There’s nothing worse than your batteries dying, especially when you need them the most. Plus, buying new batteries can be […]

  • Is Your Child’s Hearing Diagnosis a Precursor to Another Condition?

    When a child is discovered to have a hearing impairment, it can be unsettling. But in many cases, healthcare professionals can guide the parents towards the appropriate resources and assistance. However, there are cases where a hearing diagnosis turns out to be a precursor to another condition, the autism spectrum disorder (ASD). According to the […]

  • Spring Has Sprung: Add These Plants that Attract Songbirds to Your Yard

    There’s no better way to add color and sound to your yard, and day, than attracting songbirds. Their whistling, cooing, tweeting, hooting, and chirping are bound to brighten anyone’s day. Luckily, it’s relatively simple to draw in these beautiful songbirds to your yard. There are plants that you can plant that may attract birds to […]

  • Hearing Friendly Easter Games to Stimulate the Senses

    Stimulating your child’s senses as they develop and grow is crucial for their overall development. Young children use their perceptions to help make sense of their life experiences. It’s the way they explore their world. Overall, children learn best through play, and the same rule applies when you are looking to hone their senses. Learning […]

  • How to Cope with Tinnitus

    Tinnitus can be a difficult condition to manage, especially if you happen to have a severe case. While some people may experience tinnitus every once in a while, some deal with this condition day in and day out. When a person is experiencing tinnitus, they are the only ones who are able to hear the […]

  • Healthy Hearing Recipes: Dark Chocolate Bark

    February is the month of love and chocolate. For the chocoholics out there, you will be happy to know that high-quality dark chocolate is good for your health and hearing. So in light of Valentine’s Day and National Nutrition Month (starting tomorrow in March), we want to share one of our favorite healthy hearing recipes […]

  • How to Get Used to New Hearing Aids

    Some people may not realize that there is an adjustment period when you purchase a new pair of hearing aids. Knowing this ahead of time can increase your chances of being satisfied with your new device. However, one needs to know that getting used to hearing aids is a process and doesn’t happen overnight. If […]

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