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Hearing loss and dementia are two separate problems that are often associated with aging, and they actually share a bigger connection than many people realize. Although people can – and frequently do – have dementia without hearing loss, research shows that hearing loss can definitely contribute to a person’s mental decline. Many cases of dementia…

One of the major advanced in hearing aids has been new features that greatly reduce the dreaded sound feedback that has historically been problematic. Oticon Inium Sense feedback shield has a feedback management structure developed to distinguish risks of feedback. The ability to better regulate and wipe out feedback is refined through two vital updates…

There is a big difference between being able to hear sounds and distinguishing between them. Many hearing aids will amplify sound and make them seem louder, but that doesn’t do you any good if you register everything you hear as an incomprehensible din without clarity. People with no hearing loss can usually distinguish multiple sounds,…

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