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We often take our hearing for granted, and it’s not until it begins to deteriorate that we start to think about what a silent world might be like.

Hearing Loss

Why You Need to Use a Hearing Aid Wax Guard?

Why You Need to Use a Hearing Aid Wax Guard?

Growing older is a fact of life, but with today's technology, losing your hearing does not have to be. Unfortunately, the very things that make life easier, such as tractors, white noise, and the constant hum of electronics and machinery, can also cause damage to the...

How to Clean Foam Earplugs to Prevent Bacteria Buildup?

How to Clean Foam Earplugs to Prevent Bacteria Buildup?

Foam earplugs are made from polyvinyl chloride (PVC) or polyurethane (PU, also called memory foam). We often use foam earplugs to protect our ears from harmful loud noise, dust, water intrusion, excessive wind, and foreign bodies. This frequency of use prompts people...

Decibel Loudness Chart: Protecting Yourself from NIHL

Decibel Loudness Chart: Protecting Yourself from NIHL

Our sense of hearing is one of man’s most precious senses. It is integral to navigating the world around us and communicating with people, especially our loved ones. But not everyone can hear. Not everyone has 100% of their hearing and not everyone was born with all...

What Are the Risks of a Cochlear Implant? (Explained)

For people with hearing loss, life may be improved with the use of a hearing aid. Hearing aids are small removable devices placed inside the ear to amplify sound. With the advancement of technology and breakthroughs in science, hearing aids have been able to help many...

Start Learning about American Sign Language

People with hearing loss, generally communicate using American Sign Language. This is the primary mode of communication when you have lost your hearing. Even hearing people are taught this method. It is necessary if they want to communicate on behalf of someone or...

The Best Shooting Ear Protection: Our Top 10 Picks

Loud noises can severely damage your hearing. It is not uncommon for those who spend a lot of time around guns without ear protection to develop problems like hearing loss, tinnitus, or other hearing-related issues. Whether you are on the range or in the field...

Doctors

Understanding the Life and Role of an Audiologist

Understanding the Life and Role of an Audiologist

If you suspect something is wrong with your hearing, you might want to speak with an audiologist. What is an audiologist, you might ask? An audiologist, or hearing doctor, is a professional who diagnoses and treats hearing problems and hearing disorders in children...

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