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The Hearing Rehab Center Blog

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  • Protect Hearing Aids From Moisture If moisture gets into your hearing aids it can severely damage them. Learn how to protect your hearing aids from moisture and how to remove the moisture.
  • Advocate for Better Hearing Be an advocate for better hearing. Learn why it is important to not ignore hearing loss. Learn why it is important to talk to friends and family about it.
  • Hearing Aids Are Not Your Average Glasses Many people have the misconception that getting hearing aids is comparable to getting glasses, meaning that they correct your hearing and make it "normal" again.
  • What Else Can You Do for Your Ears Learn about hearing protection, assisted listening devices and other hearing accessories that your audiologist can help you with.
  • Noise Induced Hearing Loss Noise induced hearing loss has become a significant issue with the popularity of personal listening devices. Learn how to prevent hearing loss here.
  • Hearing Aid Repairs Have you ever had a hearing aid that has stopped working or not performing well? Here are a few simple steps you can take to repair your hearing aids.
  • Hearing Loss Can Be Lonely Untreated hearing loss has serious emotional and social consequences for people. Learn how treating hearing loss can have a positive impact on a person's life.
  • How Loud is Too Loud How loud is too loud? Learn when everyday noises cause permanent hearing loss and how to protect your hearing from noise damage.
  • Hearing Loss in the Workplace On a recent office visit a patient expressed frustration with hearing and understanding her clients, colleagues and supervisor. Does this sound familiar?
  • What to expect once I have Hearing Aids Once you have been fit with your new hearing aids it is important to understand that it will take time to get use to all the new sounds you are hearing. At first, things may sound different including your own voice but over time you will begin to get use to these sounds.