How do tinnitus maskers work?
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by Arash G
1y ago
The post How do tinnitus maskers work? appeared first on House of Hearing Clinic. Annoying noises (tinnitus) in your ears are one of the first symptoms of hearing loss. Tinnitus affects large numbers of Canadians and is often a permanent and painful condition that seriously impacts the daily life of those affected. Tinnitus usually manifests as a hissing or ringing tone and it can make daily life almost unbearable in severe cases.  Researchers have not had a deep understanding of tinnitus until recent times and have been able to offer little hope of a cure or help in coping with the pain ..read more
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Common Symptoms of Hearing Loss
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by Amy Sarow
1y ago
The post Common Symptoms of Hearing Loss appeared first on House of Hearing Clinic. Do you have trouble hearing? Hearing loss is a common problem that affects millions of people. The World Health Organization estimates that by 2050 one in four individuals will experience hearing loss. It can have a profound impact on your life, affecting your quality of life or even leading to cognitive decline. Understanding the signs and causes of hearing loss is key to getting the help you need and finding the appropriate intervention to help you hear better. Key Facts Canadian statistics show that hearin ..read more
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Phonak Lumity Hearing Aids
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by Amy Sarow
1y ago
The post Phonak Lumity Hearing Aids appeared first on House of Hearing Clinic. If you’re looking for hearing aids that will help you understand conversations better and make listening easier, then you’ll want to check out Phonak Lumity hearing aids. With Phonak SmartSpeech Technology, these hearing aids are designed to improve speech understanding in noisy environments. And the universal connectivity means you can connect them to any type of device for a great streaming experience. Phonak Audéo Lumity Hearing Aids What is important to you when choosing hearing aids? Phonak hearing aids have ..read more
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Why are hearing aids so expensive?
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by Arash G
1y ago
The post Why are hearing aids so expensive? appeared first on House of Hearing Clinic. Many people ask “Why are hearing aids so expensive”? without getting to know much details about them.Getting hearing aids is a liberating experience for both the wearer and their families and friends. No more shouting or misunderstanding conversations! And in fact, hearing aids offer more than just improved hearing. Wearing hearing aids can also instill more confidence as now the wearer can hear the world around them and feel safer being a part of that world. Hearing properly is known to lighten one’s state ..read more
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What viruses cause hearing loss?
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by Arash G
1y ago
The post What viruses cause hearing loss? appeared first on House of Hearing Clinic. The global presence of Covid-19 means that viruses are very much in the news at the moment. Most people associate hearing loss with loud noise or old age but there are a number of illnesses and viruses cause hearing loss. Viruses, in particular, are strongly implicated in sudden sensorineural hearing loss (SSHL). Indeed, there is even some evidence to suggest that Covid-19 may result in hearing loss. Viruses can trigger a hearing loss in three ways: congenital (taking place at birth), hearing loss occurring o ..read more
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What is Presbycusis, and What Causes It?
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by Amy Sarow
1y ago
The post What is Presbycusis, and What Causes It? appeared first on House of Hearing Clinic. Age related hearing loss due to natural aging is called presbycusis. It’s one of the most common forms of hearing loss and affects millions of adults over 50. Age related hearing loss can significantly impact the quality of life and social interaction, so it’s essential to understand what causes it and what can be done about it. Types of Presbycusis (Age Related Hearing Loss) There are four types of age related hearing loss. Unlike conductive hearing loss, which occurs when sound waves are blocked fr ..read more
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The MyPhonak App – Manage Your Hearing Aids with Ease
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by Amy Sarow
1y ago
The post The MyPhonak App – Manage Your Hearing Aids with Ease appeared first on House of Hearing Clinic. Are you looking for an easy way to have more control over your hearing aids? If so, then the MyPhonak app is a great option to control your Phonak hearing aids for both Android and iPhone. This revolutionary app allows users to manage their hearing aids from their phones and track their health data in real time. Keep reading to find out how to use the MyPhonak app today. Phonak Lumity Hearing Aid The new Phonak hearing aid, Phonak Lumity, is a fantastic hearing aid that treats your heari ..read more
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The Best Hearing Aids Canada 2023
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by Amy Sarow
1y ago
The post The Best Hearing Aids Canada 2023 appeared first on House of Hearing Clinic. Hearing aids are a common way to help those with hearing loss regain their hearing while still enjoying the sounds of life. With so many options on the market, choosing which hearing aid is best for you can be challenging. Here are some tips to help you find the best hearing aids Canada 2023 that fit your needs and lifestyle. What is a hearing aid? Hearing aids are medical devices that amplify speech to a comfortable level for those with hearing loss. The hearing aid market offers a variety of options to ..read more
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Treating Single Sided Deafness with Phonak CROS
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by Amy Sarow
1y ago
The post Treating Single Sided Deafness with Phonak CROS appeared first on House of Hearing Clinic. Do you hear normally in one ear, but struggle to hear in the other ear due to significant hearing loss? If you have single sided deafness (SSD), it means you can hear significantly better in one ear than the other. This type of hearing loss can make it difficult to understand speech, especially in noisy environments. There are several possible causes of single sided deafness (SSD), including viral or bacterial infection, head injury, or unknown causes. Fortunately, there is a great option avail ..read more
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Dementia & minor hearing loss; what’s the link?
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by Arash G
1y ago
The post Dementia & minor hearing loss; what’s the link? appeared first on House of Hearing Clinic. We already know that there is a link between dementia and hearing loss. Hearing loss is one of the most commonly reported disorders in our aging population and it affects more than 75% of those aged over 70. The risk of developing dementia increases significantly with the degree of hearing loss. But new research is showing that the links between hearing loss and dementia may start much younger and at much less severe levels of hearing loss. In simple terms, you are twice as likely to develo ..read more
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