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There are things that go on in our bodies where we’re always a little curious or concerned about it. For the most part, they’re nothing to be worried about, but with anything that concerns you, you should always get checked out. Tinnitus is a type of ringing in the ears, and some of us might experience occasional bouts of it.

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Temporary hearing loss can be a little terrifying and can often be caused by a number of things . It can affect anyone and everyone, so it’s worth knowing how you can treat such loss when you’re experiencing it for the first time . It’s most commonly with those who are subjected to loud noises or sounds, but there are

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If you’ve been told by your audiologist that you may need a hearing aid, then you’ve got a lot to think about. The style of your hearing aid will probably be at the front of your thoughts. If you’ve thought about invisible in canal hearing aids, then you’ll want to weigh up the pros and cons . Are invisible-in-canal (IIC)

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Deciding to take your child to the audiologist is a step in the right direction. Even if you aren’t entirely sure, getting them seen by an audiologist can ensure your worries are put to bed, and if there is a problem, its best to see it addressed at the earliest opportunity. It’s natural to have questions about these kinds of

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There are many different causes of hearing loss which means there are also many solutions available to help you hear better. The most effective treatment for hearing loss is a hearing aid. When you start your journey toward better hearing health, it is helpful to understand what to expect. To determine which hearing aid is right for you and that

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When was the last time you got your hearing tested ? If the answer is either 'I don't know' or 'some time in childhood', you certainly aren't alone. Babies born today are given a basic hearing screening on the day that they are born or shortly afterward. This screening tests to see if babies respond to sounds in both of

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Hearing loss is fairly common, and many of us experience at least temporary changes to our hearing, such as tinnitus , at some point during our lives. It can be caused by different factors and affect our lives in different ways.  Sometimes, the hearing loss that we experience is temporary. Infections, eardrum damage, illness, medication and exposure to very loud

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At some point in our lives, many of us experience tinnitus. Tinnitus is characterized by a noise in your ears which doesn't exist externally. Most people describe the sound that they hear as a ringing or buzzing, but other sounds reported include wheezing, hissing, clicking, squealing and ticking.  Many people think of tinnitus as a stand-alone condition, and don't bother

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Hearing aids are one of the most common ways to improve hearing loss and other hearing conditions, like tinnitus. Wearing hearing aids for the first time can require an adjustment period , but there are some tricks to help you get used to them much faster and get the hang of them. Give yourself time to get used to them

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Hearing aids are a common solution used for those with hearing loss or hearing conditions like tinnitus , but what are the benefits of wearing hearing aids? The obvious advantage is, of course, being able to hear better. While hearing aids won’t restore your hearing completely to normal,  they will be able to improve it significantly. It will be much

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