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Hearing loss may be difficult to accept and many people do not know where to begin. Our team of ENT physicians and audiologists at Ear, Nose and Throat Specialists of Wisconsin will work close with you to determine what your hearing needs are.

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Most cases of hearing loss are permanent and can be caused by anything ranging from aging to exposure to loud noise. However, not all hearing loss is permanent, and hearing can sometimes be restored naturally. Temporary hearing loss can have several different causes , from illness to injury or even excess earwax. It might sometimes resolve itself or can be

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Have you been experiencing hearing loss? How would you know? Hearing loss affects people differently depending on their environments. People who are constantly attending meetings and social events or parties will experience a more noticeable hearing loss than people who live a quieter lifestyle. If you are not sure whether you have hearing loss, you are not alone. Hearing loss,

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If you have a friend or family member who experiences hearing loss , refining the way that you communicate with them can be beneficial to you both. With a few small changes, you will be able to communicate clearly and effectively, helping to bolster the strength of your relationship with the person in question and enjoy their company. When you

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Tinnitus – or ringing in the ears as it is commonly known – is a condition that has something of a reputation as being difficult to treat. As the symptoms tend to vary significantly between people, and there is no known “cure,” most people have to find their way to the treatment that works for them specifically. There is no

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Hearing aids can be genuinely life-transforming devices, but for them to function correctly, most users will need to become accustomed to handling, using, and preserving their hearing aid batteries . To help you achieve this goal, below, we’ve sought to answer the most common questions users have about their batteries. How can I make my hearing aid batteries last for

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When we think of auditory health, we will generally automatically think of hearing loss. While hearing loss is perhaps the most prevalent of auditory problems, it’s important to remember that there are other conditions out there that can affect your sense of hearing. So, it’s time to familiarize yourself with them and know how to tackle each should you experience.

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Most of us take our hearing for granted. It comes so naturally to us that we rarely give this sense a second thought. We tend to assume that it is always of the same quality, as slight changes in our ability to hear are a little more difficult to notice than slight changes in our other senses, such as our

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When you first reach out to an audiologist about difficulties with hearing, you may think that the end of the process towards improving your hearing is to be fitted with a hearing aid and set on your way. But this really isn't the case. Once you’ve been fitted with a hearing aid , you have a lifetime of work and

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When your ears feel blocked up because of excess wax and dirt, the natural thing to do is give them a good clean . However, you may not know that blasting your ears with water in the shower could also one of the worst things that you could do for your ears. Ear cleaning should not involve anything physically going

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Hearing aids are prescribed by audiologists for patients who have identified as having hearing loss and sometimes, this hearing loss is with associated tinnitus. It could surprise you, but having a hearing aid fitted with your audiologist can be the thing you need to help you to alleviate your tinnitus symptoms . Hearing aids could be everything that you need

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