Audiology Associates Inc of MO

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Hearing Health Blog

Are you having issues with your ears? You might find that you are struggling to hear or that your ears are hurting. When you notice a change in your ears – whether it’s hearing or simply how much earwax you’re producing, you should seek the advice of an audiologist. In cases like this, you might also attempt to clean out

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Nobody likes the idea of hearing loss. They say that you never realize how much you miss something until it’s gone. This is very true when it comes to your hearing. It’s something we all take for granted, and we only truly appreciate it when we start suffering from hearing loss. The fact is, your daily life will be affected

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If you suffer from hearing loss , then you should book an appointment with an audiologist. From here, your ears will be checked, your hearing loss diagnosed, and you’ll likely be given hearing aids . While these devices may be tiny, they have a massive impact on your life. Hearing aids bring sounds back to your daily life, allowing you

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Hearing loss is rarely something that happens overnight. Usually, your hearing gradually gets worse, and there are lots of things that can affect it. As any audiologist can tell you, one of the common causes of hearing loss is exposure to loud or damaging sounds. When you’re told this, it’s easy to think about thunderous noises - like sounds at

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If you have any personal gadgets or electronics, it's likely that some of them have Bluetooth. Even if you don't use the technology, you probably have something that is capable of connecting to other Bluetooth-enabled devices. These might include your phone, computer, TV, speakers or various other gadgets in your home or even your car. One of the great things

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Tinnitus is often related to hearing loss. Addressing the hearing loss can help to relieve the tinnitus and hearing aids are one of the best solutions for any type of hearing loss. Even when you don't have hearing loss, there are some types of hearing aid available that help to mask tinnitus sounds. If you have tinnitus, it's worth exploring

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Tinnitus relief can be a huge disruption in your life. When you experience chronic tinnitus, it often affects different areas of your life, such as your sleep and your moods . Tinnitus might present as a range of sounds that you hear in your ears, which are sometimes easy to tune out but at other times impossible to ignore. It

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Some hearing aids are rechargeable, but many still rely on changeable batteries. There are several advantages to powering your hearing aids with disposable batteries, including that you won't have to wait for them to recharge when the batteries come out. You simply need to put some new batteries in when they're needed. However, having to change your batteries all the

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Protecting your ears is essential to your hearing ability and overall auditory health. Once your ears have been damaged, they may not ever heal and be the same again. Everyone should take care of their hearing, but some people, in particular, might want to pay extra attention to how to prevent damage to their ears. Anyone who is regularly exposed

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When a problem occurs with your hearing, it can be worrying. However, some problems are temporary and can be treated or might even go away on their own. This is the case with acute tinnitus, which is tinnitus that lasts for up to three months. While tinnitus can continue for longer, some bouts of tinnitus are temporary. Understanding acute tinnitus

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