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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.

The positive impact hearing aids have on your life

Most people think of hearing loss as an inconvenience rather than a major health concern. Multiple studies have shown that this misconception can be detrimental for your health since hearing loss can decrease your mental abilities, reduced cognitive function and even increase your risk for developing dementia. For those reasons, it is best to have […]

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The Denial of Hearing Loss

It can be hard to admit when it is time to get a hearing aid. Many people deny that they have a hearing issue for nearly ten years before finally getting fitted for a hearing aid. This means most people experience years of misunderstanding speech, missing high pitched sounds, and straining to hear what is […]

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Tinnitus Retraining Therapy (TRT)

Tinnitus can be the source of extreme aggravation, stress, irritability, and angst. The problem is, in turn, those negative feelings can exacerbate the tinnitus. This cyclical pattern can result in a downward spiral to the point where the tinnitus cannot be ignored and affects sleeping and concentration. While it remains important to seek help from […]

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A Paradigm Shift in Hearing Aid technology

Hearing aids have been around for over 100 years, and they have been available in the digital form, working as miniature computers, for two decades. But in the past year, the advancements in technology have propelled their capabilities of improving clarity of speech and reducing unwanted background noises into a new dimension. The biggest challenge […]

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Hearing Aid Use Improves Cognitive Function in Hearing-Impaired Elderly

A recent study at Columbia University Medical Center revealed that hearing-impaired seniors who wear hearing aids perform significantly better with cognitive tasks than seniors who don’t wear hearing aids, despite their poor hearing. Researchers also directly linked cognitive function and hearing ability in seniors who don’t wear hearing aids. More than 50% of seniors age […]

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