Every so often we come across a hearing website or hearing aids product website we feel may benefit our readers. In this first edition of "Sites We Like", we share with you just that – sites we feel you may find interesting or products that may enhance your use of hearing aids. Enjoy!
Healthy Hearing's "Sites We Like" featuring websites related to foam ear plugs and bike helmets for hearing protection.
Is there an electronic stethoscope you can recommend for a canal aid user other than one that utilizes a headset? Headsets seem to alienate other staff and patients as well. Are there any other choices of stethoscopes to use with my hearing aids in plac
Can I put my hearing aid in the dry aid kit with the battery inside?
Is there currently available a battery operated, electronic dry aid kit. Summer camps are hot & sweaty, but hearing aid performance is vital. There are no electrical outlets at Scout Camp! Any suggestions?
6 tips for hearing aid wearers on how they can go green. It is surprisingly easy.
There has been a lot of controversy about keeping batteries in dry aid kit overnight. What is your recommendation?
I have been searching the Internet to no avail. Please give me directions on how to "reactivate" metal can desiccants.
Keeping your hearing aids clean, dry, and safe can help them last longer and avoid costly repairs.
There are many over-the-counter products availabe that can manage ear wax build-up, but if the problem persists, you may need to visit a doctor or hearing care professional.
Regular readers of Healthy Hearing know we've covered the problem of cerumen ? commonly called ear wax ? in previous editions. Why? Well, we all have it and ear...
Earmolds are the plastic part of your BTE hearing instrument which connect the ear canal to the hearing aid and literally place the sound in your ear.
While most modern high-quality hearing aids can be expected to last somewhere between three and seven years, two people can buy exactly the same hearing aid and have them last vastly different amounts of time.
Today’s hearing aids come in a variety of shapes and colors, with features to accommodate all levels of hearing loss and active lifestyles.
Earwax build-up is a common cause of hearing aid malfunction. Using these tips for keeping hearing aids clean of ear wax can help prevent unnecessary clinic visits and frustrating hearing aid repairs.