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Hearing Loss - Facts vs. Fiction
Posted by A-Plus Hearing Aid Centers on April 13, 2018
Hearing and sight are arguably our two most important senses. Yet, if and when either starts to fail us (and both usually do as we age), we react to each quite differently. Look around at all the people with glasses, contacts, Lasik surgery or just cheaters, and it’s obvious that we have no problem or hesitation with treating vision issues. But when it...
How to Use the "Car Memory" in TruLink
Posted by A-Plus Hearing Aid Centers on April 03, 2018
One of the most difficult hearing situations is when you’re in a car, whether you are driving or not. The loud roaring of highway traffic and rough concrete of the street below make for a noisy environment where speech can easily get drowned out. In NuEar’s Made for iPhone® hearing aids, we can program a Car Memory that helps improve speech...
Tinnitus (a.k.a. Ringing in the Ears) 101
Posted by A-Plus Hearing Aid Centers on March 27, 2018
According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC), over 50 million Americans experience tinnitus. That’s over 15 percent of the U.S. population. So what is this audiological and neurological condition that afflicts one in every six of us — and what can people who suffer from it do about it? We cover the basics here. What is tinnitus? ...
What is high-frequency hearing loss?
Posted by A-Plus Hearing Aid Centers on March 06, 2018
Although hearing loss varies by degree and type, high-frequency (or high-pitch) hearing loss is one of the most common configurations of hearing loss. Hearing professionals define high-frequency hearing loss as hearing loss that occurs between 2000 Hertz (Hz) – 8000 Hertz. Decreased hearing acuity in the high-frequency range is often the first sign of hearing...
What is causing the ringing in my ears?
Posted by A-Plus Hearing Aid Centers on February 09, 2018
If you have ringing or hissing or buzzing in your ears, you have what medical experts refer to as “tinnitus." Experts have tried to pinpoint an exact physiological cause of tinnitus, but the mystery remains unsolved. Exposure to loud noise, head injuries, medication, and even earwax are thought to trigger the onset or worsen existing tinnitus. The sad fact...
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