5 Ways to Deal with Hearing Loss at Workplace

Hearing Loss and Music

Hearing Loss

Tweet   I Found this interesting artical on NIH.GOV: Adults and children are commonly exposed to loud music. Between ear buds connected to iPods or MP3 players and music concerts, loud music can cause hearing…

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Loss of Hearing is a Gradual Process

Hearing Aids, Hearing Loss

Tweet Loss of hearing is usually a gradual process as one or both ears become unable to hear sounds clearly. This is commonly due to the degeneration of hair cells or a malfunction to the…

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Digital Hearing Aid Trimmers Adjustment

Hearing Aids

Tweet   Trimmers Adjustment To adjust the controls, use a very small 3/64″ jeweler’s screwdriver. You can buy jeweler’s screwdriver sets ($10?) at stores like Radio Shack or many drugstores, usually a blue plastic box…

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Don’t Buy Hearing Aids Online?

Don’t Buy Hearing Aids Online?

Hearing Aids, Hearing Loss

Tweet Don’t buy hearing aids online is what the large hearing aid companies, their lobbying groups, an old fashion NY news paper, and old fashion brick and mortar hearing stores are saying, is what they…

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How Do Hearing Aids Work

How Do Hearing Aids Work?

Hearing Aids

Tweet Analog Analogue hearing aids don’t have all the bells and whistles that come with digital aids, but they are the inexpensive hearing aids available.  The do a good job amplifying all the sounds they…

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