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Brain Hearing

Brain Hearing

Have you ever thought about the way we hear? Hearing is closely associated with the ears, but is that where hearing actually takes place? Although our ears are an integral part of hearing, the actual hearing process takes place between the ears in the brain. The ears bring sound information from the outside world and transmit it to the hearing part of the brain – it is in this part of the brain where sound becomes more than just tiny vibrations, it becomes information and takes on meaning.   Our ears consist of a complicated system and sometimes that system suffers from damage;...

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Winter Basket Raffle Winner!

Winter Basket Raffle Winner!

Congratulations to Bernard Lafayette, the latest basket giveaway winner for our Winter Basket raffle!   In an effort to give back to our community, HearWell Audiology has joined a nationwide network of providers, offering complimentary screenings.   You don’t have to have hearing loss to be a part of the initiative. Prevention is the key!   Please let us know if you know anyone who can benefit from a complimentary screening. And as a way of saying thank you for your referral and time, we will enter your name into our raffle giveaway for a chance to win our spring gift...

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Exciting Things Getting Hearing Help Says About You

Exciting Things Getting Hearing Help Says About You

Life presents many scenarios that end up damaging our hearing and eventually many of us experience hearing loss. There are many misnomers out there about hearing aids and the individuals who use them and we are here to clear up some of that misinformation! If so many people experience hearing damage, what kind of individual actively seeks out help for hearing loss? If you wear hearing aids what does that say about you?   1. You want to stay involved. Whether it be at home, in the workplace, or at a sports game you want to be in on the action. You don’t want to stand by and watch the...

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Parties and Hearing Loss

Parties and Hearing Loss

Between the lights, the love, the presents and the parties the holidays can be a glorious time of year! But for those out there with hearing loss, this time of year can be a little bit tricky. There are many social events taking place and these parties can be particularly stressful due to the amount of people and noise. But there is hope! These parties can be enjoyable if you follow our easy party tips.   1. Get a tune up. Before you attend your next party of the season come in to get your hearing aids cleaned and examined. You should be doing this every six months–what better...

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How to Care for Hearing Aids During Winter

How to Care for Hearing Aids During Winter

Winter is finally here! There are many fun wintertime activities to partake in, but there’s only one problem–how do you protect your hearing aids from the cold temperatures and higher levels of moisture? It’s easy to keep your hearing aids from damage as long as you take preventative measures and you follow a few simple tips to get you through the next few chilly months!   1. Cover Up! Whether it be rain, sleet or snow the best way to protect your hearing aids from winter weather is to cover them up. This is your first level of protection. Scarves, earmuffs, or hats all work in...

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Breaking News!

Check out the study here: Hearing Aids Reduce Risk of Cognitive Decline...

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