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Why it's important to check your hearing regularly
Posted by Hammers Hearing Care Center on September 13, 2019
We are all concerned about our health and well-being! Benjamin Franklin once said “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” Whether it is diabetes, cancer, heart disease or hearing loss, we have become increasingly more focused on stopping illness through preventative healthcare. It’s one reason why we’re living longer and why, if...
How wearing hearing aids can help enhance your safety
Posted by Hammers Hearing Care Center on September 06, 2019
You already know that hearing aids can improve hearing and communication. But did you know they can also enhance safety? Several studies have confirmed what many hearing healthcare experts and their patients already knew — that using hearing aids improves quality of life, and can provide the wearer with an increased sense of safety and independence. Here are...
Can I Wear Someone Else's Hearing Aids?
Posted by Hammers Hearing Care Center on August 28, 2019
I hear versions of this question often. A family member has passed and someone else wants to use their hearing aids. Or a friend is upgrading their hearing aids and has offered their current pair to you. Seems like a good idea, but it is not quite as simple as slipping on a pair of shoes. Let’s talk about some things to think about. Hearing aids are medical...
Five tips for maintaining hearing aids in hot weather
Posted by Hammers Hearing Care Center on August 01, 2019
Five tips for maintaining hearing aids in hot weather With summer here, it’s a good time to remember that hearing aids, like most high-tech devices, are susceptible to excess heat and moisture. And while Audibel hearing aids are more durable than most — thanks to our proprietary Surface™ NanoShield moisture-repellent system — keeping these...
Subtle hearing loss in young adults can alter brain function
Posted by Hammers Hearing Care Center on July 19, 2019
Research found that young people with subtle hearing loss are altering their brain function in ways typically only seen in older adults. As a result, they could be paving the way for dementia. Researcher Yune Lee and his team monitored the brain activity of study participants 18 through 41 years of age as they listened to increasingly complex sentences. The team...
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