rechargeable hearing aids siemens echarger in tucson azRechargeable hearing aids have become a high priority among users and providers in recent months. While they have been around for decades, recent technology enhancements have put them in high demand.

It was recently discovered that as many as 70 percent of hearing aid users would prefer rechargeable hearing aids over traditional models that require the batteries to be replaced. This is part of the reason rechargeable hearing aid batteries were such a highlighted item at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

Family HearingThe Easter holiday can be a great time for families to get together and visit one another. But for people with hearing loss, spring time get-togethers can be a stressful, even with hearing aids.

While everyone else is enjoying group conversations, people with hearing loss may be having a difficult time following conversations and hearing what everyone is saying.

If you are hosting a get-together this year, here are some tips for accommodating a loved one with hearing loss:

TinnitusA positive attitude goes a long way in preserving your mental and physical health. Relaxation techniques, sports and social activities can help you take better control of your life – even if you suffer from tinnitus.

What is tinnitus?
Tinnitus is a subjective experience where the sufferer hears sound when there’s no physical sound source present. People experience it as ear-ringing, which might sound like hissing, rushing, roaring or chirping.

It’s estimated that 50 million Americans have some degree of tinnitus. Of those sufferers, only 12 million seek auditory help.

Stuart Trembath

Community Kitchen of North Iowa

November 11, 2016 – MASON CITY – Hearing Associates donated $13,800 to the Community Kitchen of North Iowa Wednesday evening.

“This week, we had the opportunity to give back to the community as a staff. We were humbled and blessed by the people we were able to serve at Community Kitchen for their supper meal,” says Hearing Associates owner and audiologist, Stuart Trembath.

DizzyWhat is videonystagmography (VNG)?

For those who struggle with their equilibrium and balance, VNG is a simple and painless diagnostic procedure that accurately determines the cause of dizziness.

The tests use a camera to track rapid eye movements in response to positional changes and visual cues. Neural pathways connect balance mechanisms of the inner ear to the eye, and quick eye movements are often a sign of a balance mechanism disorder.