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Protect Your Hearing with These Protection and Prevention Tips
Posted by Echo-Norvell Hearing Aid Service on October 05, 2017
Life is loud. Spending just an hour cutting your lawn without wearing hearing protection can cause irreversible damage to your hearing. But whether you’re cheering on your favorite sports teams, flying on an airplane, or getting your teeth cleaned at your dentist’s office, remember that you could be exposing your ears to unsafe noise levels. The good...
Three Ways to Make the Most out of Your Hearing Care Follow-up Appointments
Posted by Echo-Norvell Hearing Aid Service on September 11, 2017
Like your car, teeth, and even your financial portfolio, your hearing aids and hearing health can benefit from routine care and maintenance. After a hearing aid fitting, your hearing healthcare professional will likely recommend follow-up appointments. These routine visits offer great opportunities to ask your hearing professional questions, have maintenance...
When NOT to wear your hearing aids
Posted by Echo-Norvell Hearing Aid Service on August 04, 2017
This blog originally appeared as a fun, personal story on www.starkey.com. I love how comfortable my hearing aids are, but sometimes I forget they are there. And while this is a wonderful thing — and there is little I can’t do while wearing hearing aids — there are a few times when remembering you have incredibly advanced technology in-or-on...
Simple Steps to Enhancing Hearing Aid Performance
Posted by Echo-Norvell Hearing Aid Service on July 17, 2017
We put our hearing aids through a lot — earwax, sweat, dust, oil and sometimes water. While daily cleaning and regular service can help retain optimal hearing conditions and extend the life of your hearing aids, sometimes hearing aid repair is necessary. But before sending your hearing aids off for repair, check these common troubleshooting errors and...
5 Tips for Dating with Hearing Loss
Posted by Echo-Norvell Hearing Aid Service on June 22, 2017
Dating is already complicated. You have to pick a restaurant, an outfit, and you have to plan what do if you don’t like your date. And if you have hearing loss, chances are you are planning other things too. Making sure the restaurant has enough lighting. How you’re going to talk about your hearing loss with a new person. What to do if the person speaks...
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