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Understanding the Importance of Hearing Screen Tests

In our fast-paced world, where our senses are constantly bombarded with information, it’s easy to take our ability to hear for granted. Yet, hearing loss is a prevalent issue that affects millions of people worldwide. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), approximately 466 million people suffer from disabling hearing loss, and this number is […]

How Often Should You Get Your Hearing Checked?

Hearing loss has no age limit. Even if you weren’t born with it, you could develop degrees of hearing loss throughout any stage of your life. It is estimated that 1.1 billion people between the age of 18 – 35 are at risk of developing hearing loss due to noise exposure. Over 5 % of […]

How Hearing Loss can affect Two Ears Differently

How Hearing Loss can Affect Two Ears Differently When hearing loss begins to set in, most people will experience at the same rate in both ears. This is because presbycusis, normal age-related loss of hearing, usually affects both ears in the same way. If your difficulty hearing is more severe in one ear than the […]

What you need to Know About Tinnitus

Have you ever experienced an annoying ringing sound in your ears after being in a loud environment for an extended time? The feeling is most likely acute tinnitus. It is very bothersome, but fortunately it is only temporary. People suffering from chronic tinnitus have to put up with this ringing in their ears constantly. The […]

Our Free Screen Test

Our Free Screen Test At Hearing Aid Labs we offer free screen tests at all of our branches, and encourage everyone to book a test in order to determine whether or not they are suffering from hearing loss before they’re caught in the dark. While most types of hearing loss cannot be reversed entirely, if […]

One-Sided Hearing Loss: What You Need to Know and How to Get Help

One-Sided Hearing Loss, What is it? Also called unilateral hearing loss, single-sided hearing loss or single-sided deafness (SSD). Which is a hearing loss that typically occurs in one ear only. Oftentimes that means the other ear is healthy and can hear at normal hearing levels. Single-sided hearing can be severe, moderate or out-and-out loss depending […]

Important Foods and Minerals that Boost your Hearing

In this post, however, we want to provide expert advice on how to take care of your hearing health. More specifically, we are going to look at vital minerals and nutrients that boost hearing. In our blog, we’ve mentioned more than once the primary causes of hearing loss, including aging, wax build-up, loud music, hereditary […]

Signs That You Might Need Hearing Aids

Growing older is no picnic. As we age, we tend to lose show more signs of hearing loss. Of course, there are other myriad causes of hearing loss, including ear infections, ear wax buildup, disease, and heredity to name a few. Nonetheless, hearing loss amongst adults aged 35 years and above is caused predominantly by […]