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A Link between Hearing Loss & Cardiovascular Disease

In Hearing Aids, Hearing Loss by Janiece Dickenson, HIS

Heart disease is one of the leading causes of death among older adults, along with cancer, and other chronic conditions such as diabetes and Alzheimer’s disease. A healthy heart is important for our health, but did you know that your cardiovascular health also plays a role in your hearing health?   What Is Cardiovascular Disease? Cardiovascular disease is any condition …

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A Guide to Buying Hearing Aids

In Hearing Aids by Janiece Dickenson, HIS

Are you looking for your first pair of hearing aids? You want hearing aids that will look great, feel good, and help you hear all the sounds you’re missing. If you’re shopping for hearing aids, here’s a guide to get you started.    How Do Hearing Aids Work? Let’s start with the basics. Hearing aids have a few parts that …

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Summer Maintenance Tips for Your Hearing Aids

In Hearing Aids, Hearing Health by Janiece Dickenson, HIS

Keeping your hearing aids in good condition is essential for your hearing experience. Making sure your hearing aids are well-maintained means you can rely on your hearing aids for years of performance. Fortunately, today’s hearing aids are simple to take care of. Most hearing aids simply need a daily wipe down with a clean and dry cloth to remove moisture …

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Tips for Better Hearing in Noise 

In Hearing Aids, Tips & Tricks by Janiece Dickenson, HIS

Communication can be difficult in noisy environments, even for hearing aid wearers. The presence of background noise can muffle sound, making it challenging to hear clearly. Identifying words, complex sounds, and following an entire conversation becomes harder to do. Background noise provides your brain with competing sound to process, distracting from focusing on the conversation you are having.   People may …

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Hearing Aids Mitigate Cognitive Decline in Older People

In Hearing Aids by Janiece Dickenson, HIS

Although it might come as a surprise, hearing loss has a relationship with cognitive decline. These two conditions seem to be completely distinct, one located in the ears and the other located in the brain. How can such different conditions be related in this way? Researchers have been asking the same questions. Many studies have demonstrated the statistical relationship between …

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ReSound LiNX Quattro

In Hearing Aids by Janiece Dickenson, HIS

A new hearing aid developed, designed, and manufactured by ReSound offers a solution for those who desire the longest battery life possible without sacrificing quality of sound and conversation capability. The ReSound LiNX Quattro is the best of both worlds, offering extended power, uncompromised sound quality, and a small size to meet all of your hearing assistance needs. Longest-Lasting Battery …