You Heard Right? – The Consequences of Not Using a Hearing Aid https://www.earlyhearing.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/Comp-new.mp4 Hearing loss is usually a gradual process and many people may not realize that they are suffering from an affliction in the initial stages. They may also attribute it to a temporary cause or some other illness. It is important to raise… Continue reading You Heard Right? – The Consequences of Not Using a Hearing Aid
Most modern day hearing aids can be programmed to fit the patient’s audiogram following an accurate audiometry test. In other words, an audiogram contains different amplification requirements based on the hearing frequency. Modern hearing aids can be programmed to provide different amplifications at different hearing frequencies as per the audiogram. This process is known as… Continue reading For Your Ears Only – Types of hearing aids
Have you ever been in a noisy room and were unable to hear your spouse or colleagues because they weren’t positioned on the side of your good ear? Or perhaps you’re completely unaware of your environment while on a phone call? If this sounds familiar, then you may have one-sided hearing loss or one-sided deafness… Continue reading Muffled hearing loss in one ear? Cros hearing aids can help.
“We have two ears and one mouth so that we can listen twice as much as we speak.” – Epictetus (Greek Philosopher) If you’re dealing with some form of hearing loss, you might have noticed that it is not the same in both ears simultaneously. Because one ear might be worse than the other ear,… Continue reading Is one hearing aid enough? Binaural hearing & how it works.