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Inexpensive Hearing Aids in Denver

We have Inexpensive Hearing Aids in Denver! Better hearing doesn’t have to be expensive.  It starts with a Free Hearing Test. Our free screening hearing check* using a range of tests designed specifically to ensure the best success in selecting … Continue reading

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Ignoring Hearing Loss is Dangerous

Hearing loss due to aging, (called presbycusis) develops very slowly. It develops so slowly that most people don’t recognize that they have a hearing loss. They usually deny that there is a hearing loss. However, their spouse, family or friends … Continue reading

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Hearing Loss Diagnosis Video

This is a great video on the reality of the problems that occur as a hearing loss develops. Hearing loss isolates us from the people we love in our lives. The hearing problems separates our little daily interactions that support … Continue reading

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Job Interview Tips for hearing and looking your best

When it comes to job interviews, how you hear affects how you look: 5 tips for hearing and looking your best You walk into the job interview.  Your hair is groomed.  Your skin is smooth.  You’re wearing your best interview … Continue reading

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Waiting rooms – the scourge of the hard of hearing

Living with a hearing loss. Here’s a personal story. I hate waiting rooms, they make me nervous – they’re all the same: large rooms full of people with lots of potential for embarrassing hearing mistakes. Waiting rooms are incredibly noisy–with … Continue reading

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Kidney Disease and Hearing Loss

The American Journal of Kidney Diseases recently published a study that finds that persons over the age of 50 with chronic kidney disease (CKD) are more likely to develop hearing loss. Fifty-four percent of persons in the study with CKD … Continue reading

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How does a hearing loss impact everyday conversations?

Hearing loss will impact everyday conversations. If your loss is: MILD: You can hear most conversations but it may seem that some people mumble, especially if there is background noise. MODERATE: You may strain to hear. SEVERE: You may be … Continue reading

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Kidney Disease and Hearing Loss

The American Journal of Kidney Diseases recently published a study that finds that persons over the age of 50 with chronic kidney disease (CKD) are more likely to develop hearing loss. Fifty-four percent of persons in the study with CKD … Continue reading

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A Dozen Things to Know About Hearing Aids and Hearing Loss

Hearing Aids and Hearing Loss You, your hearing loss and hearing needs are unique. Your best hearing aid may not be the one that Aunt Martha likes. Ask your hearing health care provider which options are better for you. Your … Continue reading

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3 ways to know when a hearing loss is signficant enough for help.

How do you know when a hearing problem is significant enough to seek help?  Sometimes it’s hard to know when the problem is great enough for help. Here are three indications of a significant hearing problem. When you make frequent … Continue reading

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Is your hearing problem invisible to those around you?

A hearing problem has sometimes been called an “invisible” condition. Even though the problem is “invisible,” there are observable traits: Asking others to repeat for you Feeling embarrassed because you didn’t understand what someone said Avoiding certain situations because they … Continue reading

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