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There is a wealth of online resources, but it can be difficult to find reliable and accurate information. That’s why we created the Audio Help Hearing Centers blog.

Instead of searching for the answers you need about hearing loss and hearing aids, you can find the information you’re looking for in one convenient place. Audio Help Hearing Centers is committed to providing the latest content to improve your hearing experience. We will work to provide regular updates to give you the most accurate hearing health information.

Hearing Aids: The Digital Difference

When it comes to hearing aids, knowing the difference between digital and analog can make a world of difference. All hearing aids consist of four components: amplifier, microphone, receiver and battery. The “digital” label refers to the amplifier, which increases the volume of sounds. Analog hearing aids could only do that – make sounds louder. […]

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The Case For Hearing Aids

The decision whether or not to treat your hearing loss with hearing aids can be a tough choice. After all, wearing hearing aids is a public admission that you do have an impairment – something that many people have a difficult time admitting to themselves, let alone the rest of the world. Although modern hearing […]

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Do we hear with our ears or with our brains?

While our ears are one of the most magnificent organs in our bodies as they collect sounds and deliver the information to the brain, it’s really our brains that interpret what all the sounds mean.  A sound is easy to process because the brain just needs to identify what the sound is coming from.  The […]

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Hearing aids paired to smartphones

Useful tips for those of you who have hearing aids that are paired with your smartphone: To pair hearing aids to an android phone, ensure your Bluetooth is on.  Pull down the settings screen and pair the hearing aids directly through the Bluetooth.  The downloaded app (which correlates to the hearing aid manufacturer) should then […]

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When your medicine hurts your hearing

Medicine designed to help one aspect of your health can actually damage your hearing. Drugs that harm the inner ear can cause hearing loss, tinnitus and balance problems are known as ototoxic. More than 200 medications – both prescription and over-the-counter – are known to be linked to ototoxicity, especially when taken in large doses. […]

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