Did you know that there are several different types of hearing loss? Presbycusis (loss of hearing that occurs gradually as one ages) is the most common for those 55 and older. Exposure to loud noises also contributes to many with hearing damage. Genetics, birth defects, infections of the head or ear, excessive earwax (temporary hearing loss issue), and reactions to
We hope everyone had a wonderful and safe Fourth of July! While gathered with family this holiday weekend, did you notice trouble hearing family members or grandchildren? Did all the background noise distract you from conversations? Were the fireworks too loud? It may be time to come by and see your local audiologist! We have four offices for you to
Happy first day of summer! Today is the summer solstice, the longest day of the year. Now that it is officially summer, that means the temperature is sure to rise in the coming weeks. Your hearing aids and their batteries are susceptible to rising summer heat! Review of a few helpful summertime tips! -Don't leave your hearing aids in the
We are pleased to announce four additions to the AHAS family. Over the next few weeks, you'll probably notice some new faces in our office. Click on our about and staff section to find out more about John, Hannah, Kristin, and Hannah.
Summer is coming and so is the heat and moisture Here are a few helpful tips for taking care of your hearing aids -Don't leave your hearing aids in the hot car -Don't go swimming in your hearing aids -Open the battery door fully to allow air to circulate whenever you are not using your hearing aids, especially at night