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Please like us on Facebook, Subscribe to us on YouTube, or Follow us on Twitter. Here is your opportunity to connect with AccuHear on 3 different platforms. Facebook Twitter YouTube It pays to have friends at AccuHear!! "Like" us on Facebook or follow us on twitter or YouTube and you will automatically be entered to win an iPad 3 ($500 VALUE). One (1) winner is chosen from the … [Read more...]

The Top 5 Hearing Aid Myths Exposed

At times, it seems like we enjoy to mislead ourselves. Wikipedia has an article titled “List of common misconceptions” that consists of hundreds of universally-held but false beliefs. Yes, I understand it’s Wikipedia, but take a look at the bottom of the webpage and you’ll notice approximately 385 credible sources cited. For instance, did you know that Thomas Edison didn’t invent … [Read more...]

How to Read Your Audiogram at Your Hearing Test

You have just concluded your hearing test. The hearing specialist is now entering the room and presents you with a graph, like the one above, except that it has all of these characters, colors, and lines. This is designed to explain to you the exact, mathematically precise features of your hearing loss, but to you it might as well be written in Greek. The audiogram contributes confusion and … [Read more...]

How to Persuade Someone to Get a Hearing Test

We don’t need to explain to you the signs of hearing loss; you already know them all too well. You have a different kind of problem: persuading someone you care for to get their hearing assessed and treated. But how are you expected to get through to someone who denies there is even an issue, or that merely shrugs it off as “just part of getting old”? It turns out that it’s not as … [Read more...]

The Top 5 Hearing Aid Myths Exposed

At times, it seems like we enjoy to mislead ourselves. Wikipedia has an article titled “List of common misconceptions” that consists of hundreds of universally-held but false beliefs. Yes, I understand it’s Wikipedia, but take a look at the bottom of the webpage and you’ll notice approximately 385 credible sources cited. For instance, did you know that Thomas Edison didn’t invent … [Read more...]

What to Expect at Your Hearing Exam

If the unknown provokes anxiety, then a visit to the hearing specialist is especially nerve-racking. While virtually all of us have experience with the family doctor and the neighborhood dentist, the trip to the hearing specialist might be a first. It certainly would be nice to have someone make clear the process beforehand, wouldn’t it? Well, continue reading, because as you’ll … [Read more...]

Exploring a Career in the Hearing Care Profession

Even though most of us stay current with our once-a-year physical, dental cleaning, and eye exam, we regularly fail to give consideration to the well-being of our hearing. And when our hearing does start to worsen, it occurs so slowly that we barely notice and fail to take action. It’s this lack of interaction with hearing care professionals that makes people want to know what the occupation … [Read more...]

Avoiding the Biggest Mistake in Treating Your Hearing Loss

Do you recall the Q-Ray Bracelets? You know, the magnetized wristbands that vowed to grant instantaneous and substantial pain relief from arthritis and other chronic diseases? Well, you won’t find much of that marketing anymore; in 2008, the manufacturers of the Q-Ray Bracelets were legally required to repay customers a maximum of $87 million as a consequence of deceitful and fraudulent … [Read more...]

8 Reasons Hearing Loss is More Dangerous Than You Think

Hearing impairment is hazardously sneaky. It creeps up on you through the years so little by little you barely detect it, making it easy to deny or ignore. And afterwards, when you at last recognize the symptoms, you shrug it off as bothersome and annoying because its real consequences are hidden. For up to 48 million Americans that report some extent of hearing loss, the effects are … [Read more...]

Professional musicians at greater risk of developing hearing loss

Although rock stars are at greater risk for developing hearing loss or tinnitus, the threat can be substantially reduced by utilizing protective measures. Thanks to the specialized requirements of musicians — and the significance of maintaining the details of sound — the initial step to curbing hearing loss is to make an appointment with an audiologist. Generally speaking, when you experience … [Read more...]

Preventing work related hearing loss with high fidelity, custom-fit ear plugs

The advantages of custom-fit ear plugs speak for themselves, especially if you tend to work at a job that exposes you to a high risk for hearing damage, or if you attend booming live shows or sporting events, schedule an consultation with a hearing practitioner today. Custom-fit ear plugs will protect your ears, and distinct from the disposable foam varieties, will also maintain the quality of … [Read more...]