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Preventing Age-Related Hearing Loss

While age-related hearing loss is generally unavoidable, there are a few different things that you can do to promote healthy hearing. By following these tips from the hearing specialists at Hearing Group, you can reduce the effect of age-related hearing loss.

New Year, New Hearing Solutions: When Should You Get New Hearing Aids?

Happy New Year! As we welcome in the new year and look forward to 2022, we tend to focus on our new year’s resolutions and the things we can do to improve our lives over the next 12 months. Although these resolutions usually end up revolving around eating better, exercising more, and quitting addictive habits, here at Hearing Group, we thought we could encourage everyone to pay more care and attention to their hearing health.

Can You Get Disability for Hearing Loss?

If your hearing loss is stopping you from being able to work, you may be eligible for financial assistance through the Social Security trust fund. Let’s look at how you can get disability for hearing loss.

Hearing Aid Care: How to Look After Your Hearing Aids This Winter

Happy New Year! As we welcome in the new year and look forward to 2022, we tend to focus on our new year’s resolutions and the things we can do to improve our lives over the next 12 months. Although these resolutions usually end up revolving around eating better, exercising more, and quitting addictive habits, here at Hearing Group, we thought we could encourage everyone to pay more care and attention to their hearing health.

What is Sensorineural Hearing Loss?

You might be asking yourself — what is sensorineural hearing loss? This form of hearing loss is the most common form of hearing loss accounting for more than 90% of all hearing loss in adults, yet you probably don’t know much about it. Let’s take a closer look.

Why Does My Hearing Go In and Out?

Here at Hearing Group, we know how scary it can be to lose your hearing suddenly. SSHL is a common problem, with 4000 cases of SSHL diagnosed each year. Unfortunately, many people brush off this temporary hearing loss as a sinus infection which can stop them from getting the treatment they need. If you find yourself wondering, “why does my hearing go in and out?”, make sure you get the help you need.

Ear Infections and Hearing Loss

There are certain factors, which put some people at a higher risk of developing ear infections. However, you can use effective treatments and preventive measures to lower the risk of hearing loss complications. Check out Hearing Group’s guidelines about symptoms, causes, and treatment options for ear infections.

What Are “in the Canal” Hearing Aids?

Find out more about the “in the canal” hearing aids and how they can help with hearing loss. Learn about the different types of hearing aids with Hearing Group. We will help you choose the best hearing aid according to your comfort and needs.

How Much Do Hearing Aids Cost?

Here at Hearing Group, we understand how difficult it can be and believe everyone should get the hearing solutions they need. That is why we offer several hearing aid financing options so that you can come away with a financial plan that you feel comfortable with.

Why You Need an Annual Hearing Test

HG recommends patients get their hearing tested once every year. An annual hearing test can catch important changes in hearing loss and is very important. With regular visits to one of our nine hearing aid centers throughout Oklahoma and Kansas, we can look after your hearing health together.

Hearing Aids

Watching TV With Hearing Aids

Hearing aids will help you hear everything better, including the TV, but a TV connection device will take your listening to the next level. In this post, we want to show you a few of our favorites and share a few tips.

Sonic Radiant Hearing Aid Review

Clear, brilliant sound is what you can expect from the new Sonic Radiant hearing aid. Watch our video and read this post for more information.

Sonic Captivate Hearing Aid Review

The Sonic Captivate is a 2020 hearing aid winner for HG. 5 technology levels, rechargeable & made for iPhone. Read the full article & watch our video for more!

Affordable Hearing Aids with Sonic Cheer
So you have hearing loss and need something to help you hear better. You want affordable hearing aids that won’t break the bank but packed with as much technology as possible. You would like it to be small and discreet. Lastly, you would like to be fit by a hearing...
Signia Xperience Hearing Aids
Within the Xperience platform, there are several models of hearing aids, the Pure Charge & Go and the Styletto rechargeable hearing aids. Check out our video about the Signia Xperience: Battery Life: With the Charge & Go, the average wear time is 23 hours a...
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...

New About Hearing Loss

Signia Xperience Hearing Aids
Within the Xperience platform, there are several models of hearing aids, the Pure Charge & Go and the Styletto rechargeable hearing aids. Check out our video about the Signia Xperience: Battery Life: With the Charge & Go, the average wear time is 23 hours a...
Hearing Aid Friendly Face Masks
Hearing Aid Friendly Face Masks UPDATE: We've heard your cries – we've added a new design to our website! We're now offering two versions of our popular hearing aid-friendly mask without any logos. Get it in grey or pink, only from our online store:...
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...

Hearing Loss

5 Ways to Communicate with Hearing Impaired Adults

In this post, we think about how to help people overcome their hearing impairment barriers, and our Hearing Group experts explain the top five ways to communicate with hard-of-hearing adults.

Common Causes of Hearing Loss in Children

Our experts at Hearing Group look at the common causes of hearing loss in children and why it is so vital that children get the help and support they need.

5 Everyday Noises That Can Cause Hearing Loss

In this post, our experts at Hearing Group explore five everyday noises that can cause hearing loss so that you can learn to look after your hearing health.

Occupational Hearing Loss: 5 Common Workplace Hazards

With around 25% of all workers exposed to hazardous noise, it is important to understand the dangers of occupational hearing loss, the common hazards, how to prevent severe damage, and how to live with any hearing loss. Here at Hearing Group, we will expand on the subject and spotlight five common workplace hazards to watch out for.

Is There a Connection Between COVID-19 and Hearing Loss?

In 2020, COVID-19 began to rapidly spread across the globe, leaving lockdowns, healthcare emergencies, and economic ruin in its wake. Even though science has spent the last couple of years researching the SARS-CoV-2 viral infection, we still know relatively little about the long and short-term impact on our health.

Conductive Hearing Loss: Signs and Treatments

Being able to hear the sounds around us is often something we take for granted. However, hearing loss is more common than you think, with 15% of American adults reporting some level of hearing loss. Therefore, it might be good to understand a little better just how hearing loss occurs and what treatment options you have.

Preventing Age-Related Hearing Loss

While age-related hearing loss is generally unavoidable, there are a few different things that you can do to promote healthy hearing. By following these tips from the hearing specialists at Hearing Group, you can reduce the effect of age-related hearing loss.

What is Sensorineural Hearing Loss?

You might be asking yourself — what is sensorineural hearing loss? This form of hearing loss is the most common form of hearing loss accounting for more than 90% of all hearing loss in adults, yet you probably don’t know much about it. Let’s take a closer look.

Why Can’t I Hear after a Flight?

Airplane ear occurs when there is an imbalance between the external pressure and the pressure within your middle ear. This means that airplane ear usually occurs when the plane is ascending or descending. At Hearing Group, we are experts in hearing health, so we thought we would help answer the question — “why can’t I hear after a flight?”.

Why Does My Hearing Go In and Out?

Here at Hearing Group, we know how scary it can be to lose your hearing suddenly. SSHL is a common problem, with 4000 cases of SSHL diagnosed each year. Unfortunately, many people brush off this temporary hearing loss as a sinus infection which can stop them from getting the treatment they need. If you find yourself wondering, “why does my hearing go in and out?”, make sure you get the help you need.