Hearing aids are a tool that can improve your quality of life in many ways. You’ll be able to hear your grandchildren’s first words, listen to your favorite songs, enjoy a trip to the theater and so much more. In order to keep your hearing aids in the best shape possible here are some simple tips to follow.
What a joy it is that the holiday season of Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s is now upon us!
These are all terrific occasions to share time with family and friends with great conversations. While this is a wonderful blessing, it can also be a difficult challenge for those struggling with hearing loss. Coastal Hearing Care would like to recommend a few strategies you can use to hear your loved ones better during holiday gatherings.
You certainly know that good hearing cannot be taken for granted. A hearing test is a useful way to keep a firm grasp on how well you’re hearing high-pitch and low-pitch sounds. While It’s one of the best ways to diagnose problems early and detect hearing loss, how often should you go for a hearing test?
If you work in construction, production, or shipping, chances are your work area is noisy. Keeping yourself safe on the job is of the utmost importance and safeguarding your hearing is no exception to this. There are preventive measures you can take, and we’ve compiled a list of four that can help you keep your hearing safe while you’re at work.
Hearing loss can affect your lifestyle in an unfavorable manner. If you have made the decision to get a hearing aid, now is the time to prepare for going through the process. Coastal Hearing Care provides pertinent information below about how to have a positive and successful experience with your hearing aid fitting.
1 in 8 Americans will suffer from hearing loss by the time they reach the age of 65. While it’s not something mentioned all too often, this statistic also applies to adults who develop some form of dementia. This might seem frightening, but there are ways to prevent it. By examining the correlation between the two, we can begin preparations to ensure a better quality of life.
Everybody has at least a vague notion that certain risk factors contribute to either a partial or total loss of hearing. Identifying them is a critical first step in thwarting and preventing hearing difficulties. What situations are associated with hearing loss?
Hearing loss impacts the lives of many people young and old. Fortunately, we live in an age where hearing aids can improve and, in some cases, restore your hearing. At Coastal Hearing Care, we know that it’s not always easy to identify signs of hearing loss. We compiled a list of some clear indications that you need hearing aids.