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I have a very complicated hearing loss profile. Can hearing aids help me?

March 10, 2017

My hearing is normal through the first 5 frequencies, but drops dramatically in the last 3 frequencies to profound levels. I’m having a hard time getting it adjusted to accommodate for the differences. It’s just too loud in the lower frequencies, but not loud enough in the higher range. Any thoughts on how to address
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How do I stream audio from my TV to my hearing aids?

March 10, 2017

I’m interested in getting hearing aids that stream audio from my TV to my hearing aids. How does this work, and do I need special equipment? Answer: Most hearing aid manufacturers offer a TV streaming device. Their websites are a good source for information on how these devices connect to your TV. Although most support
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Tell Us What You Love to Hear for a Chance to Win!

February 22, 2017

Tell Us What You Love to Hear for a Chance to Win! At TruHearing, we’re looking forward to all the sounds of spring that are right around the corner. And if you have hearing loss, you know how much easier hearing aids can make it to hear the world around you. In fact, we’d like
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How can I stop my hearing aids from sounding tinny?

February 10, 2017

I’ve had a pair of hearing aids for almost 6-months. Things like running water and rustling paper seem to have a tinny quality. I notice the output response graphs in the User Guide show the response peaking at 3 KHz. Is this the cause of the tinny phenomenon? Or is it something else? Is there
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Should I get two hearing aids even though one ear is nearly deaf?

February 10, 2017

Right now I wear one BTE aid in my left ear which has a 30% hearing loss. My right ear has an 85-90% loss. My provider said because of that loss, an aid in that ear would not help, so consequently when attending meetings, parties, and sporting events, the hearing noise is unbearable with no
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How can I hear speech better in noisy situations when I wear my hearing aids?

February 10, 2017

I have been wearing 2 hearing aids with 6 channels since July. I am satisfied overall, but continue to be frustrated with speech clarity when in a social situation, such as seated in a restaurant with lots of background sounds. I have tried different channels, but can’t find one that lets me hear speech clearly.
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What is the best hearing aid for kids?

February 2, 2017

What is typically the best hearing aid for kids? My son will be 15 years old in March. Answer: Treating hearing loss in children is more complicated than treating it for adults. A behind-the-ear (BTE) hearing aid is recommended for most kids, because it best accommodates their rapid growth. Although children will need new ear
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TruHearing news

Hearing Aids More Affordable in 2017 for 1.25 Million Medicare Advantage Members

January 6, 2017

Hearing Aids More Affordable in 2017 for 1.25 Million Medicare Advantage Members TruHearing partners with 25 health plans to provide low-cost hearing aid benefits Draper, Utah — As of Jan. 1, 2017 more than 1.25 million Americans have access to a hearing aid benefit through 25 Medicare Advantage health plans across the United States. The
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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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What’s the difference between a hearing screening and a hearing evaluation?

January 5, 2017

What’s the difference between a hearing screening and a hearing evaluation? Answer: A hearing screening is a simple “pass” or “fail” test. Its purpose is to determine if you have normal hearing or not. It usually consists of a series of beeps or tones at the limit of normal range to see if you are
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