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Walmart hearing aids are a popular alternative to purchasing a hearing aid from an audiologist or in a specialist store. How do Walmart hearing aids compare against our own brand of Hearing Direct hearing aids. There are a number of key categories to compare such as price and technology. Learn more in this blog post...
Finding out that you need to wear hearing aids can be a daunting prospect. Not only is there the social stigma to overcome but it's easy to imagine hearing aids being similar to a pair of glasses, inconvenient at times, but restoring your hearing perfectly. Unfortunately this is not the case, even with top of the range hearing aids. But don't despair, some basic knowledge will equip you to get used to hearing aids quicker. Read on for more details.
Hearing loss in one ear is a widespread issue and deserves as much attention as other hearing impairments.
In this quick read blog post, we discuss:
There are several other types of hearing aid that help people with conditions where normal hearing aids won't work. These include Bone Anchored hearing aids (BAHA Hearing Aids), Bone Conduction hearing aids, CROS and BI-CROS hearing aids and Cochlear hearing implants.
What is Unilateral hearing loss? This is when you have hearing problems on one side only and normal hearing on the other side. Other names for it are unilateral deafness or asymmetrical hearing loss.
In this blog post, we explain what the condition is, the causes, and how to treat and manage the problem. Lire la suite
Conductive versus Sensorineural hearing loss: These are two of the most common forms of hearing loss, but what is the difference between Conductive and Sensorineural Hearing Loss?
Quite simply, Sensorineural Hearing Loss is where the inner ear and/or hearing nerve are damaged. Conductive Hearing Loss is where the passage of sound into the inner ear is blocked. Sometimes people can have both at the same time which is called Mixed Hearing Loss. Read on for more details...
NHS Hearing Aids cost nothing, they are completely free. The range of options is limited but all digital these days. The only costs involved will be the cost of travelling to your GP and the audiology department at your local hospital for appointments.
Ear wax removal candles (or ear candling) are an alternative method for removing excess wax, however this process is not medically proven.
In this informative blog post, we guide you through: