The latest information on the benefits of hearing aids for individuals who are experiencing hearing loss, looking for hearing health information for their loved ones, or just desire to learn more about the benefit of hearing aids to make the right hearing health decisions.
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The Better Hearing Institute has found that the latest hearing aids help people with hearing loss stay socially active and enjoy a better quality of life. Over 80% of hearing aid wearers are satisfied with their hearing aids and would recommend them to friends.
Most people who are fit with hearing aids require some time to get adjusted to them because it takes time for the brain to adapt to hearing sounds it hasn't heard in a while.
Learn about hearing aids and getting adjusted to wearing hearing aids from Jessica Krause, M.S. and Managing Editor of HealthyHearing.com.
Learn about hearing aid warranties and hearing aid insurance from Jessica Krause, M.S. and Managing Editor of HealthyHearing.com. For more in-depth information on hearing aids, hearing aid warranties, and hearing aid insurance.
Learn about hearing loss and hearing loss treatments for loved ones from Jessica Krause, M.S. and Managing Editor of HealthyHearing.com.
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Learn about why people wait so long to get hearing aids to improve their lives from Jessica Krause, M.S. and Managing Editor of HealthyHearing.com. [Video]
I was told hearing aids won't help my hearing loss. Is that true?
I have difficulty hearing on the telephone. Will hearing aids help me hear better?
Living with a loved one who has hearing loss is frustrating, but you can do something about it for you and that special someone with some simple suggestions.
Studies show that people with untreated hearing loss are prone to feelings of sadness, isolation and depression, while use of hearing aids leads to improved quality of life through better communication, easier social interactions, and better job opportunities.
The key to hearing better longer is to keep the hearing mechanisms stimulated and prevent auditory atrophy, also known as auditory deprivation. Through the use of hearing aids early, when you first notice hearing loss, you’ll enjoy a better quality of hearing longer.
Studies reveal that most people still view hearing aids as a sign of age, however when the many benefits of treating hearing loss with hearing aids are considered, hearing aids actually allow people with hearing loss to appear more youthful, alert and plugged in to life.
The majority of an estimated 36 millions Americans with hearing loss could benefit from two hearing aids. Binaural treatment offers clear advantages including better sound quality, smoother tone, broader hearing range, and less hearing loss deterioration.
Hearing loss can cause ailments such as depression and more if left untreated. Hearing aids can improve the quality of life for the wearer and those around them.
An opinion poll of those who use hearing aids to address hearing loss of varying degrees report hearing aids have a dramatic and positive impact on their quality of life.
For most individuals with hearing loss, bilateral hearing aids provide the best hearing possible.
Numerous studies have shown how treating hearing loss with hearing aids improves overall quality of life, improves earning power on the job and improves love and marriage.
Washington, DC, February 8, 2010 - The number of Americans with hearing loss has grown to more than 34 million - roughly 11 percent of the U.S. population -...
A common perception is hearing aids make you look old, when in fact by choosing not to wear hearing aids and saying "what" all the time, you look even older. By treating hearing loss with hearing aids, you will actually appear younger.
A recent survey reveals many persons with hearing loss are reluctant to wear hearing aids because they associate them as being old. Despite advances in hearing aid technology and hearing aid design many misconceptions of hearing aids still exist.
Getting and keeping a job in the current economy is not easy, and it is even more of a challenge for people with hearing loss. However, there are ways to maximize the chances...
Research conducted by The Galaxy Research for Deafness Forum makes it pretty clear that hearing aids have a dramatic impact on overall quality of life – and living life to the fullest.
The ability to hear is such an ingrained part of life, we often miss it entirely. talk to people who have experienced hearing loss, even mild hearing loss, and you quickly discover what hearing does for us on a daily basis.
Why don't more people who could use a hearing aid wear one? According to recent Healthy People 2010 statistics, only 16 to 17 percent of adults between the ages of 20 and 69 with...