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How to Prevent Cognitive Decline

Do you ever feel tired after a conversation? Do you often feel mentally drained after interacting with other people? These feelings of exhaustion after social interactions and conversations can be the result of hearing loss. Hearing loss doesn’t only affect your ears, it also affects your mental health and overall well-being. When left untreated, hearing …

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5 Tips for Better Hearing

Hearing loss doesn’t only affect our ability to hear clearly, it also affects how we communicate with other people. Hearing loss makes it difficult to hear the conversation, especially if there is more than one speaker or there is background noise present. With the holidays quickly approaching, you don’t want to miss the voices of …

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Smart Hearing Aids

5 Reasons to Switch to a Smart Hearing Aid Smart hearing aids are incredibly powerful, minicomputers. Many hearing aids on the market today are considered to be smart. They offer exceptional sound quality that is on par with normal hearing, as well as are Bluetooth compatible. Smart hearing aids are designed to make your listening …

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Hearing Aid Care

Caring for Hearing Aids You rely on your hearing aids every day to provide you with the quality hearing you have come to expect. In order to keep your devices working correctly, and to ensure they last you for many years to come, it’s important that you take care of them. Properly caring for your …

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Healthy Tips for Better Hearing

Taking care of your hearing health is important to your overall well-being. Untreated hearing loss can lead to a decline in your health and cognitive functioning. It’s important to treat any signs of hearing loss early in order to be proactive. Many don’t realize that our hearing is connected to our overall body, so when …

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Speech Comprehension

Speech Comprehension and Hearing Loss Speech comprehension and hearing loss are closely connected. Hearing loss prevents the brain from receiving sound signals which means those sounds are never processed and turned into information. Our ability to understand and comprehend speech is directly connected to our ability to hear. Without being able to clearly hear words, …

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