Dry and Store Tech Review

If you have made the investment of purchasing hearing aids and bettering your quality of life, congratulations!  Now you will want to protect your investment and make sure you get as many years out of the hearing aids as possible.  One way to prolong the life of your hearing aids as well as reducing the…

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Hansaton Accessories Tech Review

If you have Hansaton hearing aids, there are a couple of different options you have as far as accessories are concerned. The eMote2 is a standard hearing aid remote control.  It is wireless and has the capability of changing the volume of the sounds you are hearing as well as the ability of changing programs/settings.…

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Sonic Innovation Accessories Tech Review

A few weeks ago, we discussed the new hearing aid from Sonic Innovations: the Flip.  You can check out that blog HERE The Flip hearing aids are compatible with several different accessories that will help to maximize your listening experiences.  The SoundGate (pictured below) is the gateway between the Flip hearing aids and outside audio…

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Tinnitus Cause and Treatment

Have you heard friends or family members complain about having a ringing, buzzing, swooshing, or other noises or sounds in their ears?  If so, they may suffer from an issue called “tinnitus”.  Some people pronounce it “TIN-uh-tiss” while others pronounce it “tih-NIGH-tuss”; either way is considered correct and acceptable.   In the dictionary, tinnitus is described…

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Hansaton AQ Rechargeable Series Tech Review

Today I’d like to discuss an innovative solution to hearing aids and battery issues from Hansaton!  Many people have such difficulty with batteries, opening and closing the doors, taking the sticky tabs off the batteries and getting them in where they go.  More still have visual problems that can make changing batteries nearly impossible.  Dexterity…

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Hearing Loss Prevention

Thus far, we have discussed hearing aids and technology, but let’s go back to the basics and talk about what can be done to preserve hearing so that hearing aids may not be necessary for years to come.  The Occupational Safety and Health Administration report that 30 million people a year in the U.S. are…

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