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Making Your Hearing Aids More Comfortable
Have you just been fit for your first set of hearing aids? You may be experiencing some anxiety or nervousness about using something new, or you may be worried about the comfortability. We have good news for you - you are not alone. Several first-time hearing aid...
Preventing Age-Related Hearing Loss
We lose about 0.5 percent of our hearing capacity every year. This means that we lose about five percent of our hearing every ten years. Age-related hearing loss can be very frustrating. As our hearing begins to fade, we may find that it is more difficult to complete...
Noise Can Damage More Than Hearing
Loud noise is not only bad for your ears but can play a negative role in your overall health. Exposure to loud and annoying sounds can affect our blood pressure, cause headaches, cause irritability, and even cause fatigue. When we hear a sound that is annoying to us,...
Making the Most of Your Appointments
Just like your car, your hearing aids and hearing health can benefit from routine care and maintenance. After a hearing aid fitting, you are likely to be asked to come back for follow-up appointments. These routine visits offer great opportunities for you to ask your...
Tips on Tinnitus Relief
How Do I Improve Tinnitus? Nearly 30 million Americans suffer from tinnitus. Tinnitus is a condition known to cause ringing, buzzing, and other noises in the ear. During the day, these sounds aren’t as noticeable. But when nighttime rolls around and you should be...
Why Do My Ears Feel Clogged?
Reasons for that Clogged Ear Feeling Are you having issues with your ears? Do they feel stuffy and clogged? Are you suffering from sudden hearing loss or difficulty hearing? There could be a simple reason for this – impacted earwax, a sinus infection or something...
Acupuncture for Hearing Loss & Tinnitus: Does it Really Work?
Acupuncture is an ancient medical treatment that began in China. This therapy involves sticking small needles in very specific parts of the body. It may be used to treat pain and help with other conditions. A person with hearing loss may want to try acupuncture for...
Hearing Loss Cures of the Past
There is a long list of past "treatments" for hearing loss. It's important to note that none of these were ever scientifically proven to work and can, in most cases, actually do more harm than good. Thankfully, doctors, today do not prescribe such bizarre remedies....
Ear Infections & Hearing Loss
Ear infections are more often seen in children than in adults, although untreated infections in adults can be more serious. Infection of an adult ear should be carefully diagnosed and monitored by a physician to lower the risks of problems. There are certain factors,...
All About Hearing Protection Tips
Hearing Protection Tips Hearing loss affects around 15% of American adults. That means around 37.5 million people ages 18 and over report some sort of trouble hearing. With such large numbers in the United States alone, one might wonder what can be done to prevent...

Hearing Aids

Can Hearing Loss Be Cured?
Can Hearing Loss be Cured? While most hearing loss cannot be cured, your hearing professional can treat it. Therefore, you should seek help as soon as you begin noticing a hearing problem. This way, you can quickly begin hearing loss treatment. Understanding Hearing...
Discover Jump Hearing Aids
A New World with Unitron "Discover Jump" Hearing Aids A new world of better hearing is yours to explore with the latest technology: Discover Jump Rechargeable Hearing Aids. These hearing instruments use Unitron's latest Discover platform. From the first fit of your...
Hearing Aid Review by Ken Roper, PGA Golf Professional
Ken Roper's Hearing Aid Review In this video, we will check out Ken Roper's Hearing Aid Review. He shares his story as well as why he loves coming to Hearing Group. Ken Roper has been a PGA Golf Professional for 55 years. His hearing aids are helping him keep doing...
Keeping Your Hearing Aids Dry
In this article, we will be talking about keeping your hearing aids dry. If you are a regular wearer of hearing aids, you will have encountered a situation in which moisture or humidity came in contact with the hearing aids. Avoiding getting caught in the rain would...
When To Get New Hearing Aids?
Are you considering purchasing your first set of hearing aids? Maybe upgrading your current hearing device is something you are thinking about. Experts recommend replacing your hearing aids every three to five years. But, it can be tricky to know when it's the right...
Advantages of Rechargeable Hearing Aids
Lithium-Ion Rechargeable Hearing Aids What's all the hype about Rechargeable Hearing Aids? A lot actually. As a hearing aid user, you've probably gone through a very large number of batteries over the years. Disposable batteries are tiny and they don't last very long...
Hearing Aids Keep You Happy, Healthy, and Wealthy
Can Hearing Aids Keep You Happy, Healthy, and Wealthy? Noone in the world would turn down the chance to improve their quality of life. But that?s what people might be doing if they don't treat their hearing loss. People who treat their hearing loss are happier,...
When Should I Update My Hearing Aids?
When should I update my hearing aids? Hearing aids today have better performance and durability than ever before. To get the most from your hearing devices, make sure they are functioning well and programmed for your hearing loss. If your hearing aids aren't serving...
Myths about Hearing Aids
At the root, hearing aids are simply another piece of modern, advanced technology that exists to help people better navigate and enjoy their lives. However, there seems to be a shroud of unnecessary mystery and mystique around hearing aids. This is very different from...
Tips for Better Communication with People Who Have Hearing Loss
Is there someone close to you with hearing loss? Odds are, yes! With over 40 million Americans managing significant hearing loss, that person could be a friend, neighbor, coworker or family member. People with hearing loss face challenges about how they understand...

New About Hearing Loss

Hearing Aid Friendly Face Masks
Face masks are a standard requirement for almost everywhere. However, wearing a traditional face mask that goes around your ear can comes with its fair share of issues for hearing aid users. Many patients have been on the hunt for a hearing aid friendly mask. Amidst...
Studies on Hearing Loss & Injuries
Hearing loss is an issue that affects millions of people and there are various causes that some might not have considered. This article is going to highlight a few of the symptoms associated with hearing loss, certain causes, possible treatments, and the benefits of...
September Is World Alzheimer Month
Over the last several years, Alzheimer's International Disease (ADI) has been leading the World Alzheimer's Month in September. This is a time to teach people about Alzheimer's Disease, reduce negativity, and help others learn how to prevent the disease. What is...
Advantages of Rechargeable Hearing Aids
Lithium-Ion Rechargeable Hearing Aids What's all the hype about Rechargeable Hearing Aids? A lot actually. As a hearing aid user, you've probably gone through a very large number of batteries over the years. Disposable batteries are tiny and they don't last very long...
When Should I Update My Hearing Aids?
When should I update my hearing aids? Hearing aids today have better performance and durability than ever before. To get the most from your hearing devices, make sure they are functioning well and programmed for your hearing loss. If your hearing aids aren't serving...
May is Better Hearing and Speech Month!
Did you know that May is Better Hearing and Speech Month? Every year, the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) raises awareness around hearing and speech issues. It is a month-long campaign of education and outreach. Here at Hearing Group, we're always...
Weather Preparedness Tips for People with Hearing Loss
Hearing Loss From hurricanes and tornadoes to blizzards and heat waves, extreme weather can be deadly. Storms can arise suddenly and an important part of staying safe is being prepared. If you have hearing loss, emergency, or weather preparedness tips for people with...
Why You Should Avoid Cleaning Your Ears with Cotton Swabs
Most of us grew up cleaning our ears with cotton swabs (better known as Q-tips) and taught our children to clean their ears the same way. New research has unveiled that there are a lot of deep-rooted and serious risks with cleaning our ears in this way. It is...
Myths about Hearing Aids
At the root, hearing aids are simply another piece of modern, advanced technology that exists to help people better navigate and enjoy their lives. However, there seems to be a shroud of unnecessary mystery and mystique around hearing aids. This is very different from...
March 3 is World Hearing Day – Celebrate with a Hearing Test!
At Hearing Group, we are marking our calendars on March 3rd in observation of World Hearing Day. World Hearing Day is a collective effort to raise education, awareness, and access to hearing healthcare. World Health Organization was the first to organize the day of...

Hearing Loss

Preventing Age-Related Hearing Loss
We lose about 0.5 percent of our hearing capacity every year. This means that we lose about five percent of our hearing every ten years. Age-related hearing loss can be very frustrating. As our hearing begins to fade, we may find that it is more difficult to complete...
Noise Can Damage More Than Hearing
Loud noise is not only bad for your ears but can play a negative role in your overall health. Exposure to loud and annoying sounds can affect our blood pressure, cause headaches, cause irritability, and even cause fatigue. When we hear a sound that is annoying to us,...
What to Ask Your Hearing Aid Specialist
Coming to terms with your hearing loss isn’t easy. Chances are you’ve put off going to the hearing aid clinic for as long as you could. In that time, you probably got used to living with hearing loss. Wearing a hearing aid can feel overwhelming at first. It’s a big...
Acupuncture for Hearing Loss & Tinnitus: Does it Really Work?
Acupuncture is an ancient medical treatment that began in China. This therapy involves sticking small needles in very specific parts of the body. It may be used to treat pain and help with other conditions. A person with hearing loss may want to try acupuncture for...
Studies on Hearing Loss & Injuries
Hearing loss is an issue that affects millions of people and there are various causes that some might not have considered. This article is going to highlight a few of the symptoms associated with hearing loss, certain causes, possible treatments, and the benefits of...
Conductive Hearing Loss: Signs, Causes, and Treatments
Parts of the Ear There are three basic parts of the ear: Outer ear - the outermost portion of the ear Middle ear - found between the inner and outer ear, includes the Ossicles, Malleus, Incus, and Stapes Inner ear - The innermost portion of the ear consisting of the...
Can Hearing Loss Be Cured?
Can Hearing Loss be Cured? While most hearing loss cannot be cured, your hearing professional can treat it. Therefore, you should seek help as soon as you begin noticing a hearing problem. This way, you can quickly begin hearing loss treatment. Understanding Hearing...
A Hearing Test Is Easy
A Hearing Test Is Easy and Fast Have you ever wondered how a hearing test works? It's simple and easy, and we want to show you exactly what it looks like! The Video Otoscopy: Your Audiologist or Hearing Instrument Specialist will take a look in your ear to make sure...
All About Hearing Protection Tips
Hearing Protection Tips Hearing loss affects around 15% of American adults. That means around 37.5 million people ages 18 and over report some sort of trouble hearing. With such large numbers in the United States alone, one might wonder what can be done to prevent...
September Is World Alzheimer Month
Over the last several years, Alzheimer's International Disease (ADI) has been leading the World Alzheimer's Month in September. This is a time to teach people about Alzheimer's Disease, reduce negativity, and help others learn how to prevent the disease. What is...
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