Sound Health Hearing Care

A Rechargeable Hearing Aid with Style

Styletto Signia

Are you avoiding hearing aids because of the way they look? If so, we have a new hearing aid style that is different from anything else on the market. Styletto, by Signia, is the world’s first slim receiver in the canal (SLIM-RIC) hearing aid. One glance at the sleek design of Styletto will change your…

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Symptoms of Hearing Loss

Hearing Loss Symptoms

Everyone knows that difficulty hearing is a sign of hearing loss – so why is there a need to discuss symptoms? As you’ll see, it’s often more complicated than simply noticing that you can’t hear. The inability to hear usually occurs gradually and as a result, can be difficult to detect. A decrease in hearing…

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Starkey’s New Hearing Aid Tracks Your Body and Brain Health

Starkey Hearing Aid

Livio AI is a revolutionary hearing aid by Starkey that helps you hear and live better. It’s the world’s first hearing aid with integrated sensors and artificial intelligence. The sensors along with sophisticated technology allow the hearing aids to track your body and brain activity to promote good health while hearing better. Since a person’s…

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Do Audiologists Still Fit Custom Hearing Aids?

In-the-Ear hearing aids

When you think about the last marketing image you saw for hearing aids or the most recent style you noticed on a person at the grocery store or at church, it was most likely a behind-the-ear (BTE) style device. BTE styles account for about 80% of today’s hearing aid sales. Times sure have changed! In…

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Unitron’s Moxi All Hearing Aid Offers You Hands-free Mobile Phone Calling

Rechargeable, Smartphone Compatible Hearing Aid

Several manufacturers have already introduced hearing aids that work directly with your iPhone or Android mobile device – so what’s unique about Unitron’s Moxi All? Unitron’s newest hearing aid not only streams to all smartphones that have a classic Bluetooth hands-free profile but it’s also rechargeable! You can now stream phone calls hands-free to your…

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The Benefits of Wearing Hearing Aids

Benefits of Hearing Aids

When you think about the reason why people get hearing aids, what pops into your head? It’s probably, “to hear better.” And you’re right! Hearing aids help you hear better by making sounds louder. They allow you to hear sounds you’ve been missing such as the soft-spoken voice of a child or your telephone ringing.…

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Dining Out with Hearing Loss

Noisy Restaurants

A 2016 Consumer Reports survey found that too much noise was the most common restaurant complaint among those surveyed. Excessive noise levels even out ranked poor service, awful food, and a dirty environment as the biggest gripe. With restaurant noise levels being difficult for even normal hearing patrons, how can individuals with hearing loss possibly…

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Noisy Hobbies Can Cause Permanent Ear Injury

Hearing Protection from Noise

Most people know that continued exposure to loud noises over time can cause ear damage. But did you know that a single exposure to an excessively loud sound has the possibility to cause irreversible damage too. Shooting a firearm or attending a very loud concert just once has the potential to damage your hearing. Listening…

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Widex Evoke Hearing Aids and Machine Learning

Widex Hearing Aids

Most people love automatic hearing aids because they take the stress and hassle out of making hearing aid adjustments. You simply put the aids in your ears and let them do the work. While automatic hearing aids perform great most of the time, in difficult listening situations they can leave you longing for a way…

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At What Age Should You Have Your Hearing Checked?

Hearing Checked

Children have frequent hearing screenings starting right after birth in the hospital. A child’s hearing is screened again as a toddler or preschooler and yearly when they’re school-aged. Early detection of childhood hearing loss is of upmost importance for speech and language development. But what about adults? Should you wait to get your hearing checked…

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