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Category: Care and Maintenence

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How to Clean and Care for Your Hearing Aids

January 25, 2017

How to Clean and Care for Your Hearing Aids Regular care and cleanings will extend the life of your hearing aids and help keep them in top working condition. You wouldn’t buy a brand new car and then never wash it or change the oil, would you? Keeping your hearing aids in good working condition
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What’s the best way to deal with sweat when you wear hearing aids?

January 5, 2017

I never see perspiration addressed as a problem when wearing hearing aids. Anytime I’m doing something physical and I begin to sweat, my hearing aids begin to alarm and shut down. Is this a common problem and is there a good solution? Answer Perspiration can definitely create problems for hearing aids. Manufacturers have worked hard
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Since I started wearing a hearing aid, I get more ear wax buildup. Is there a way to reduce or stop buildup?

December 5, 2016

Question: Since I started wearing a hearing aid, I get more ear wax buildup. Is there a way to reduce or stop buildup? Answer: Wax is a natural lubricant for the ear canal; it has a natural antibacterial quality that is good for the ear. Left alone it will typically work itself out. However, wearing
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How often should hearing aids be replaced?

December 5, 2016

Question: How often should hearing aids be replaced? Answer: With care and regular maintenance a good pair of hearing aids can last up to five years. Here are a few smart practices that can extend the life of your hearing aid. Regular Cleaning Ear wax and other buildup can accumulate quickly and cause lasting harm
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Summer Hearing Aid Care

Your Guide to Summer Hearing Aid Care

June 22, 2016

Your Guide to Summer Hearing Aid Care Summer months can pose a threat to hearing aids—not because of the heat—because of the moisture from water and sweat. It’s also a time that we tend to be more active outdoors, so hearing aids can collect more dirt or sand than usual. In order to help you
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Extend Your Hearing Aid Battery Life in 4 Easy Steps

June 15, 2015

Extend Your Hearing Aid Battery Life in 4 Easy Steps You probably don’t want to pay more for batteries than you have to. To make your batteries last as long as possible, here are a few simple tricks: 1. Store your batteries in a dry place at room temperature. Don’t store them in the refrigerator
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Middle-aged woman in a kitchen making a phone call about her lost hearing aid

What to Do if You Lose a Hearing Aid

December 1, 2014

What to Do if You Lose a Hearing Aid Imagine you’ve gone to a clinic, had a hearing test, ordered hearing aids, had them fitted and programmed, paid thousands of dollars, and then they changed your life. Then one day you touch your ear or reach over to the bedside table and they’re gone. You retrace
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