Worthwhile New Year’s Resolution: Schedule an Annual Hearing Test


2017 is fast approaching, which means that many of us are reflecting on the past year and thinking about what changes we’d like to make in the coming months. When making resolutions, good physical health is often the goal, sometimes requiring us to change our diet, cut out a harmful habit, or add a new exercise routine to our daily … Read More

The Best Hearing Aids of 2016


Personal hearing devices have come a long way since the bulky, analog hearing aids of years past. More than ever before, hearing aid wearers can choose from a wide variety of sophisticated devices, all brimming with advanced features and increased personalization options. This past year, the trend of ultra-convenient wearable hearing technology continued with the release of some standout new … Read More

Tips for the Holidays with Hearing Aids


The Holidays and Hearing Aids: 8 Useful Tips (and a Partridge in a Pear Tree)   It’s that time of year again, and holiday parties are just around the corner. With all of the merry-making, funny Christmas sweaters, delicious food, hot drinks…what’s not to love? These special social events also give us a chance to reconnect with friends and family, … Read More

All About Tinnitus – Part 3: Treatment & Best Hearing Aids


In this final part in our three-part series on tinnitus, we discuss treatment options for tinnitus, as well as the best hearing aids we offer to treat tinnitus. We’ve learned about tinnitus, its effects if left untreated, and its causes. Now, we learn how those who suffer from this frustrating condition may find relief. As you now know, the experience … Read More

All About Tinnitus – Part 2: Types and Causes


In part one of this three-part series on tinnitus, we learned about the “ringing of the ears,” its prevalence, link to hearing loss, and negative effects on one’s health and well-being. In part two, we will explore the two different types of tinnitus, and its potential causes. The sounds of tinnitus, we learned in part one, may appear different depending … Read More

About Tinnitus – Part 1: What is Tinnitus


Tinnitus is commonly known as a “ringing of the ears.” It is a condition in which people experience sounds where there is no external stimulus. The sounds of tinnitus are personal and vary person to person. They have been described as a ringing, hissing, buzzing, roaring, whooshing, clicking, and in some cases, even music. Have you ever woken up from … Read More

Tips for the Holidays with Hearing Aids


November has arrived and as we all know, this means it’s time to start thinking about the holidays! Thanksgiving is just a few weeks away. If you’re hosting the feast this year, then you’ve probably already begun thinking about the arrangements. Whether you are hosting guests with hearing loss, or you personally experience hearing loss, there are ways to ensure … Read More

4 Helpful Tips on Adjusting to New Hearing Aids


So, you’ve recently had your hearing tested and you’ve been prescribed hearing aids. You’re not alone – 48 million Americans experience some degree of hearing loss. Hearing aids are the best treatment for hearing loss, and have evolved into extraordinarily sophisticated electronic devices that re-connect you to the world and the ones you love. It may appear to be a … Read More

What to expect during a hearing test


Has it been difficult for you lately to make out what people are saying? Do sounds sound muffled when they used to be clear? If you believe you’ve been experiencing changes in your hearing, it is important to schedule a hearing exam as soon as possible! In the US, approximately 48 million Americans experience some degree of hearing loss. Despite … Read More

Talking to a Loved One about Hearing Loss


These days, communication happens almost at light speed. It is no surprise that with major advancements in technology, a faster pace of communication has become the norm in our lives. As a result, we might overlook the difficulties some of our loved ones may experience on a daily basis. Hearing loss affects one in three people age 65 and older, … Read More