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How to Identify Early Signs of Hearing Loss

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Most of us take our hearing for granted and it can be hard to accept that our abilities are changing. Yet hearing loss is the third most common health problem in the US, with around 48 million Americans experiencing significant loss to their hearing. The Hearing Loss Association of America (HLAA) suggests that up to 80% of people with hearing …

3 Reasons to Upgrade Your Hearing Aids

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“Immediate difference in clarity.” “The quality and performance is really beyond anything I’ve seen.” “Patients have experienced a significant improvement in sound quality when comparing hearing aids, even to recent technology.” “Patients have noticed improvement when listening to music and improvement for clarity of softer voices.” The above are just a few things current hearing aid wearers and hearing professionals …

Introducing Muse: Hearing Aids Made for Life

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It’s been proven, hearing health is directly connected to overall health and wellbeing. Studies have also shown that hearing aids can positively benefit those with hearing loss.  Introducing Muse hearing aids. Featuring hearing technology made for the next generation of hearing aid wearers, Muse offers a variety of styles, clarity and comfort in noise, high-quality music listening and more. In …

Hearing Help: Why You Should See a Professional

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Hearing loss is commonly referred to as an invisible health condition, and early warning signs are often overlooked. Unlike other medical conditions, you can’t physically see the signs of hearing loss. Often the most difficult step in improving your hearing is recognizing you need help. Hearing loss can develop at any age and can be caused by a number of …

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How to Tell Others About Your Hearing Loss

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“It’s noisy in here.” “The wind is really strong.” “Your phone keeps breaking up and dropping your voice.” “Can you stop mumbling please?” We’ve all used these excuses before, and we’ve all learned that down the line, they really don’t do us any good. Admitting you have a hearing loss shouldn’t be embarrassing, but for many it is, and telling others that …