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If you've been sent for a hearing test you might be under the impression that it's a one size fits all experience – but that is not the case. Actually, there are several different types of audiology tests that can be used intelligently by the audiologist to determine the best course of action.  The most common hearing tests are listed

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Your hearing aid is an essential part of your daily life – so it is important to take good care of it. If yours has begun to cause some problems, it’s time to take a closer look at what is going on, and perhaps to book a repair with your audiologist. When you experience hearing loss, it can often be

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Hearing loss can impact a large number of people. While this can have a habit of occurring as we get older, it can impact people of all ages. Therefore, it is important to make sure you see a hearing instrument specialist if you feel that there are some signs that you may have a problem with your hearing.  The last

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Given that modern hearing aids are such an investment, you want to ensure that you have the right practice so that you can keep them clean and free of debris at all times. Hearing aids will be recommended to you by your hearing health professional, and they will be able to talk you through the best ways to clean them

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Hearing tests can be confusing things, on the surface. What’s involved? What should you expect? What is an audiologist even testing for? What even is an audiologist? You may be left with many questions after doing a bit of research or being recommended for a hearing test appointment, and that’s why this guide is here to help you find sense

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The ear is a self-cleaning machine. As a part of that process, earwax is produced – and if it were not produced, you would find that you would be open to many kinds of potential infections and other issues of that nature. So, earwax is very much fighting a battle for your health, and you should be glad that it

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Hearing loss can be managed in a variety of ways, the most common method being the use of hearing aids. But there are so many types of hearing aid in the world today, so how can you make sure you are using the right one? Your hearing care provider should always be your go-to for this, but it’s useful to

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Just like we protect our skin from UV rays and eyes from direct sunlight, we also need to look after our hearing. Sometimes we become so used to a noisy environment that we don’t realize that such loud noises can be extremely detrimental for our health - and even end up causing noise-induced hearing loss (NIHS).  Luckily, there are some

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Hearing loss occurs when one part of the ear does not function correctly. There are three key types of hearing loss: Sensorineural hearing loss, which typically affects the inner ear. Conductive, which impairs hearing in the middle and outer ear. Mixed hearing loss, which affects the inner, middle and outer ear. If you suspect that you may be experiencing hearing

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When you suspect that your hearing ability isn’t what it used to be, a hearing instrument specialist can perform a hearing test and recommend the proper solution. They can offer you help with the selection and management of hearing aids that you may need and they are qualified professionals, so you know you're getting the right advice. Hearing instrument specialists

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