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Does Hearing Loss Lead to Dementia?

Your hearing impactshow your brain works. Studies have shown a connection between hearing loss and an increased risk for developing dementia.

Keep Your Hearing Aids Squeaky Clean with These Tips

Purchasing hearing aids is a substantial financial commitment. You have many options to choose from, mainly because there are scores of different hearing aid brands and styles available online and at big box stores like Costco. Countless ads promote inexpensive hearing aids that can be shipped directly to you. With all these options, it can be challenging to know how to begin to narrow your search.

Keep Your Hearing Aids Squeaky Clean with These Tips

Hearing aids are an investment that requires careful maintenance. Keeping them clean improves their longevity so that you can enjoy sound clarity and speech recognition for many years to come. Here’s a step-by-step guide to a thorough hearing aid cleaning.

Find Helpful Hearing Aid Info Without a Hassle

At Audio Help Hearing Centers, we strive to provide comprehensive services in a personalized manner to our patients. Here’s a quick guide to Audio Help and Hearing Centers’ website to help you find the information you need.

How Assistive Listening Devices Improve Hearing Aid Performance

Assistive listening devices (ALD) boost your hearing aid’s capabilities, so you can get even better sound interpretation from yor devices. Hearing accessories like remote control devices, TV and audio streamers, and remote mics can improve speech understanding and allow you to customize your hearing aids.

Q&A: How Hearing Impacts A Marriage

Tom and Rosalie have been married for nearly 56 years, and for the past 15 years, Tom has worn hearing aids to help his hearing loss. We sat down with the couple to learn first-hand how the hearing loss affected their relationship as husband and wife.

Is Your Hearing Loss Affecting Your Social Life?

You may not realize how much your hearing loss affects your interactions with others. Here are some common signs of hearing loss and how they impact your social life.

Audio Help Staff Receive COVID-10 Vaccine

Your health is a priority for every team member at Audio Help Hearing Centers. We’re committed to everyone’s well-being, so we’ve ensured our staff scheduled vaccinations against COVID-19.

Make Healthy Hearing Your New Year’s Resolution

If you’re looking for hearing aids that pack a powerful punch in a small package, then look no further. In-the-ear (ITE) hearing aids provide you with unique advantages not found in other devices.

Don’t Put Off Treating Your Hearing Loss

Have you ever wondered if you have hearing loss? It isn’t uncommon. In fact, about 25% of Americans ages 55 to 64 have some hearing loss, and that percentage doubles for people over 70. Unfortunately, people with hearing loss often wait years before seeking treatment.

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