Have you ever had something stuck in your ear? This is a common problem among toddlers and children, but it can also happen to adults too. The presence of a foreign object in your ear can cause discom...Read More
What are Telecoils and How Can They Help Me?
Telecoils, also known as T-coils, are a small device that can be found in many hearing aids and cochlear implants. They are designed to pick up magnetic signals, such as those emitted by telephone han...Read More
Can You Use Headphones with Hearing Aids?
Ludwig van Beethoven, the famous composer who also suffered from hearing loss, once said: “Music is like a dream, one that I cannot hear.” If you have a hearing loss, you may worry that you’ll...Read More
How Noise Is Increasing Hearing Loss Globally
Hearing loss is on the rise, and research shows us that this has implications for our overall health. There is a common misconception that hearing loss is just a natural part of aging. The reality is ...Read More
4 Reasons to Update Your Hearing Aids
Hearing aids are a vital device for individuals with hearing loss. They help to amplify sounds and make it easier for people to communicate and hear in various settings. However, just like any other e...Read More
Signs Your Hearing Aid Doesn’t Fit Properly
Like most electrical devices or appliances that we use in our day-to-day lives, hearing aids work most of the time. Sometimes, however, your hearing aid may cause problems. As with many things, it’s...Read More
What Are the Differences Between Basic & Advanced Hearing Aids?
Are you or your loved one experiencing hearing loss? You may have spoken to your hearing healthcare provider about hearing aids. Hearing aids can open up a phenomenal world of sound, and protect again...Read More
Anxiety Disorders and Hearing Loss
Have you ever felt anxious about an upcoming situation because of hearing loss? Perhaps you’ve been laughed at for repeating something at a social gathering, or you feel unable to stay in a hotel fo...Read More
What is Mal de Debarquement Syndrome?
The vestibular system is a part of our sensory system. It is responsible for providing our brains with feedback about head position, motion and spatial orientation. Additionally, it plays a role in th...Read More
Hearing Aid Tips for the Winter Season
Modern hearing aids are designed to keep up with your lifestyle. Whatever the weather! Wet, cold, dry, humid, your hearing aids should be able to handle it. However, that doesn’t mean that you shoul...Read More