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For many people, accepting and dealing with the truth of hearing loss is difficult to accept. Nevertheless, you pushed on and visited a hearing specialist for a hearing aid fitting session, because you recognized that's what is best for your health. Most likely, you quickly realized the benefits one receives by wearing a hearing aid, including the ability to treat

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It's not necessary to feel like your by yourself if you haven't had a hearing examination since you were a kid. It's not commonly part of a routine adult physical and sadly, we tend to treat hearing reactively instead of proactively. The majority of people ignore hearing loss, even when they are cognizant of it, for as many as seven

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Hearing loss isn't simply an issue for older people, in spite of the common idea. While age is a reliable predictor of hearing loss, overall hearing loss has been on the rise. Hearing loss stays at about 14-16% among adults 20 to 69 years old. The World Health Organization and the United Nations suggests that more than 1 billion people

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For most people both ears rarely have the same exact amount of hearing loss. One ear is usually a little worse than the other, triggering many to raise the question: Can I just use one hearing aid in the ear that's worse. One hearing aid, in many cases, will not be better than two. But there are certain instances, significantly

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Eating right and safeguarding your hearing have some similarities. It's hard to know where to start even though it sounds like a smart idea. This is particularly true if you don't consider your daily environment to be particularly noisy and there aren't any noticeable dangers to your ears. But daily life can stress your ears and your senses, so your

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