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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.

How Gradual Hearing Deterioration is Affecting You

It’s hard to know if you have hearing loss as it comes on slowly and with the subtlest of changes. But learning to spot the warning signs of presbycusis will help you get the right treatment and hearing aids to preserve your hearing. What is Presbycusis? Also known as age-related hearing loss, presbycusis is defined […]

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How Do I Adjust to My New Hearing Aids?

You’ve taken a big step toward improving your hearing health, and we congratulate you! Hearing aids allow you to hear conversations with your spouse, grandkids’ giggles and group chatter around the dinner table. While it’s wonderful to be able to hear again, all those sounds can be overwhelming. Here are some tips to help you […]

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Bringing Hearing to the Underserved At Home and Around the World

Part of our mission at Audio Help Hearing Centers is to serve communities outside of our office walls. While we pay diligent attention to the patients who come to our practice, we also want to spend time with those who may not be able to make an appointment. That’s where our charitable partnerships come into […]

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Why it’s important to find an audiologist with a doctorate

Audio Help Hearing Centers is proud to have a team of audiologists who have achieved their doctorate in audiology – the highest available professional certification in our field of medicine. Dr. Ed Bravo, president and owner of Audio Help Hearing Centers, prides himself on providing you with the best hearing solutions, including hiring expert audiologists. […]

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How Hearing Aids Can Reduce Your Risk of Falls

Your ears are responsible for more than listening and sending audio signals to your brain. The vestibular structures in your inner ear also contribute to your balance control. What is a Balance Disorder? It’s a condition that makes you feel dizzy or unsteady while standing, sitting or lying down. Your balance is collectively controlled by […]

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