How does a Digital Hearing Aid Work?

Restoring the ability to hear and capture all sounds is what a hearing aid can do. With advanced technology more than ever, manufacturers and brands are introducing more developed and interesting models. So people with hearing loss can now get adapted and efficient...

Best Practices to Preserve Your Hearing

Hearing loss is a common health problem, affecting millions of people every year in the US and worldwide. With aging, hearing loss increases, and it is between the ages of 50 and 60 that the phenomenon, presbycusis, increases, leading to several levels of hearing...

Hearing Loss in School-Age Children: Recommendations

Hearing is essential to learning to speak and participate in social life and the learning processes. However, hearing checks are rarely performed. And in many cases, hearing loss is detected at the beginning of classes. Mild hearing losses are difficult to detect as...

Presbycusis: What is it?

Presbycusis results from the natural aging of the ear. It, therefore, affects everyone from a certain age, and genetic and environmental factors (noise) can aggravate or hasten its importance.  Here’s what you need to know about presbycusis! What is Presbycusis?...

Dos and Don’ts of Hearing Aid Batteries

Whether battery-powered or not, hearing aids are getting smaller and more powerful. While a battery charges regularly, the batteries in your hearing aid need to be replaced, but for that, you need to consider a few things. Here’s a compilation of the dos and...