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Over 10,000 lives transformed
since 1996 in Silicon Valley

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Hearing Aids Tailored To Your Life!

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Over 10,000 lives transformed
since 1996 in Silicon Valley

Los Gatos, CA, Audiology Blog

Understanding Noise-Induced Hearing Loss

Understanding Noise-Induced Hearing Loss

Do you have hearing loss? Are you worried your noisy job may cause hearing loss in the future? Here is everything you need understand about noise-induced hearing loss. What is Noise-Induced Hearing Loss? Let’s start with the basics. Noise-induced hearing loss (NIHL)...

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Tips for Driving with Hearing Aids

Tips for Driving with Hearing Aids

If you are a newcomer to the world of hearing aids, welcome! These devices provide a remarkable service, allowing us to re-engage with others in verbal conversations and to experience the sounding environment with new precision and clarity. Along with that increased...

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Tips for Adjusting to New Hearing Aids

Tips for Adjusting to New Hearing Aids

If you have just purchased a new set of hearing aids, congratulations! These devices are remarkably able to fill in the gaps in conversation for many people with hearing loss. When we are able to communicate more easily, we can reap a whole host of other benefits, not...

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March 3 is World Hearing Day: Hearing Care for All

March 3 is World Hearing Day: Hearing Care for All

As with many aspects of social life, global disparities affect access to hearing care. Although rates of hearing loss treatment in developed nations remain far below the total population of people with hearing loss, these rates are higher than those in developing...

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What to Ask During a Hearing Consultation

What to Ask During a Hearing Consultation

Scheduling a hearing consultation is a major step towards prioritizing your hearing health. Acknowledging changes to your hearing can be difficult so congratulations on seeking treatment! Knowing what you can expect and thinking about questions to ask can be a useful...

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Hearing Loss and Sleep

Hearing Loss and Sleep

Quality sleep is essential for health and wellness. Adequate sleep allows our bodies to replenish, providing the energy needed throughout the day. According to the Sleep Foundation: though adults need 7-9 hours of sleep per night, over 35% of people receive less than...

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Hearing Aids vs. Hearing Amplifiers 

Hearing Aids vs. Hearing Amplifiers 

Addressing changes to hearing health can be challenging. Coping with hearing loss, one of the most common chronic health conditions, requires learning new ways to navigate daily life. With the extensive information and wide range of hearing devices that are available,...

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Tinnitus Treatment Options

Tinnitus Treatment Options

Tinnitus is almost as prevalent as hearing loss, though the two often appear together. Over half of those with tinnitus also suffer from noticeable hearing loss. It is the most common medical issue affecting veterans returning from war and plagues an approximate total...

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Hearing Aids Can Improve Your Sense of Balance

Hearing Aids Can Improve Your Sense of Balance

We might not think of our normal five senses as being that important to balancing our bodies. We know there is a special organ, the labyrinth, nearby the inner ear that helps orient us in relation to gravity. However, if you’ve ever flicked off a light and then tried...

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Hearing Loss & Vertigo: All About Meniere’s Disease

Hearing Loss & Vertigo: All About Meniere’s Disease

Hearing loss affects over 48 million Americans today. While it can start from birth or come about through injury or illness at any point in a person’s life, it is most common for hearing loss to become a problem for older adults. Indeed, nearly 100% of centenarians...

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