Posts tagged hearing care
Tinnitus and Emotional Processing – Are They Related?

Millions of people around the world suffer from tinnitus, which can be very debilitating depending on the severity. If you have tinnitus and it doesn’t bother you then that might have something to do with the way your brain processes emotions. The University of Illinois conducted a study that revealed that people who have tinnitus also process emotional sounds differently. The study also showed that there are differences in the areas of the brain that are used for processing emotions.

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How to Handle Sudden, Temporary Hearing Loss

Anyone can suffer from temporary hearing loss. It can happen at any time and for any number of reasons. Most people experience it after being exposed to loud noises or have a cold. Usually, the temporary hearing loss goes away within a day or two, but if it doesn’t, you should seek professional help.

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Widex Remote Care™ - hearing care from home

Now you can receive hearing care from the comforts of your home with the new Remote Care™ app. All you need is smartphone and Widex hearing aids. Learn more about this amazing new capability and how Sound Hearing Care can help you or a loved one no matter where they are!

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Adam Savage from MythBuster’s Raves About Widex Evoke

Adam Savage, from the Discovery Channel TV show MythBuster’s and founder of the Tested podcast, has been very vocal about his hearing loss and recently switched to the Widex Evoke hearing aids. According to Adam, the difference is astounding!

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Tips for Including Family in Your Hearing Assessment Visit

Hearing loss not only affects the person who can’t hear, but it affects their loved ones as well. Often when a family member suffers from hearing loss, a communication breakdown can happen. When there is difficulty communicating, it can cause friction and put stress on some of the most critical relationships in your life. When you have family support you during your hearing loss is very important, and when you have a family member come to your audiologist visit, it can help your family understand your hearing loss on a deeper level.

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Hearing Loss in Children: Strategies for Better Communication

Today’s children are busier than ever and are constantly surrounded by distractions. Communicating with children can be challenging, more so when the child has a hearing loss. As a caregiver, there are times that can be very frustrating when you can’t get your child’s attention or difficulties having your child understand you. There are things you can do to help make communicating with your hearing impaired child easier.

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Questions to Ask Yourself When Choosing a Hearing Aid

Whether you are choosing your first hearing aid or your fifth, deciding on one that you will be happy with for several years can be overwhelming. When you meet with a hearing care professional, it is good to go over all of your options to determine which will be the best for your hearing loss, lifestyle, and style. Read more to learn about the questions you should ask yourself when choosing a hearing aid.

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