Do you constantly experience a ringing, hissing or buzzing noise in your ear that no one else can hear?
If so, you’re not alone. The condition you’re experiencing is called tinnitus and it affects more than 45 million people in the U.S. While tinnitus is only a minor inconvenience for most people, severe cases can have a negative impact on your health and well-being.
Manatee Ear Center would like to share that Oticon has announced its miniRITE hearing aids are now rechargeable.
With new technology, the Oticon Opn miniRITE can now be charged overnight so you can enjoy a fully charge battery the entire next day. The change comes as more hearing aid users begin to choose rechargeable hearing aids over traditional hearing devices that require users to change the battery.
Best of all, those who purchased a miniRITE over the past year can have their hearing aids retrofitted so they can become rechargeable.
Your hearing aids play an important role in making sure you’re able to hear the world you. For that reason, it’s easy to see why you should make sure you have the best hearing aids available.
If your hearing aids haven’t been updated for a while, here are a few reasons you should consider visiting the experts at Manatee Ear Center:
Your hearing changes over time
As you get order, your level of hearing can change. Even the smallest changes can make a big difference in how well your hearing aids helps you hear. For that reason, it’s important to make sure your hearing aids are meeting your needs.
Updated technology is available.
Technology is changing each and every day and hearing devices are no exception. As manufacture’s introduce new products to the market, that means there is new technology available to help you hear better than before. That means you may benefit from new technology that didn’t exist when you were originally fitted with your hearing devices.
May is Better Hearing and Speech Month, which makes this month the ideal time to think about your hearing.
With more than 48 million people suffering from hearing loss, it is one of the most common health problems in the U.S. While hearing loss can be caused by a number of different items, here are some of the most common causes:
Listening to music with the windows down and the music blaring just feels like summer. Attending concerts, watching fireworks, or going to an outdoor sporting event are favorite pastimes that you probably have on your summer agenda. But no matter what your age, protecting your hearing during summer activities is essential.
You may associate hearing loss with old age, and you’d probably be right—until now. About 1 in 20 adolescents in the US have hearing loss. But young people simply don’t consider that it could happen to them.
Hearing loss is caused by being around high volume noise over extended periods. It’s described like waves of noise hitting a shore, beating over time, crushing the hair fibers inside the ear. The larger issue is that when noise-induced hearing loss occurs, it is often too late, irreversible and, if a significant loss, can be life-altering.
The New Hearing Technology: Nobody sees it. But you hear it all.
You've seen what's happened to electronics lately.
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