Posted on April 10 2019
Sensorineural hearing loss was once known as "nerve deafness." But science now knows that usually the problem occurs not from a damaged hearing nerve but from a problem in the inner ear. Still, doctors often group the problems together, because of the connection between the hearing nerve and the inner ear, and the fact that the two must function in coordination with each other.Read More
Posted on February 16 2019
Hearing aids are made up of a speaker, amplifier and microphone. The microphone receives the sound. The sound waves are converted into electrical signals and then sent to the amplifier. The amplifier will boost the sound and then send them to the speaker.Read More
Posted on February 24 2017
One of the reasons that more people today do not wear hearing aids is because of the high cost of them. In the past, people complained about hearing aids being too big and distracting. Today's hearing aids are smaller and more discreet, but they can be expensive.Read More
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