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Hearing Aids

  • A Guide To Hearing Aids

    Hearing loss is a widespread problem, although in our visually oriented society, it may not appear as that noticeable. The truth, however, is completely different. Struggling with hearing loss has a significant impact on daily activities, lifestyle, communication and emotional and physical health. In order to know that hearing impairment...
  • Hearing Aid Glasses

    Hearing aid glasses may not be as popular and widespread as they had been in the past but they are still an interesting solution for people with a hearing loss and visual impairment. Many people over 60 suffer from some kind of hearing loss and need glasses for daily activities...
  • Where to Buy Hearing Aids?

    Identifying a need for a hearing aid may be not an easy step for many, however, it is as simple and as important as identifying the need for glasses The first action you need to take if you think you might need a hearing aid is to consult your GP...
  • Choosing A Hearing Aid

    The first action that should be taken before choosing a hearing aid is to go through an initial hearing test conducted by a specialist. While online hearing tests may provide some basic information about a possibility of a hearing impairment, a professional medical exam by an audiologist is strongly advised...
  • The History of Hearing Aids

    The first documented evidence of the existence and use of a hearing aid dates back to the 16th century. Its inventor is unknown but many sources from that time discuss several hearing aid devices. In 1588, in his book Magia Naturalis, Giovanni Porta describes hearing aids in the form of...
  • Free Hearing Aids

    There’s no such thing as a ‘Free Lunch’; or so the saying goes… But are there such things as free hearing aids? Technically the answer has to be no. That isn’t to say that you can’t obtain a hearing aid without paying for it directly, rather that you pay for...
  • Amplicomms DB100 Hearing Aids Dry Box Review

    The Amplicomms DB100 has been replaced by the Amplicomms DB200 Hearing Aids Dry Box. Video Transcript This is the Amplicomms DB100 Hearing Aids Dry Box.  Also it’s sometimes referred to as a Dry aid kit.  This is supplied with power from the mains, so it simply plugs into the mains...
  • Wax Cleaning Kits and Protection

    The biggest single issue that plagues the whole hearing aid industry is the environment that our products have to work in.  There are two environments that hearing aids are exposed to.  The first is the “outside” and that could be heat, cold, rain, snow and even the occasional hot shower...
  • Hearing Aid Cleaning

      Phonak Hearing Aid Cleaning Kit Hearing aids are super-sophisticated devices that help the hard of hearing manage their hearing loss. To provide the required amplification level of sound, the device needs to be in working order and clean from wax and any other accumulated debris, such as dead skin...
  • Hearing Aid Styles

    Styles of hearing aids are predominantly driven by two opposing factors: 1. Laws of physics (and personal experience of most amateur pub bands) in respect to speakers and microphones which dictate they should be kept some distance apart to avoid  whistling and feedback screech. And 2. Social dynamics and stigma...

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