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Stream Like Never Before with Three New Wireless Accessories
Posted by Hearing Health Care on September 21, 2018
Designed to provide universal connectivity and greater streaming capabilities, three new wireless hearing aid accessories from Starkey Hearing Technologies work with Via AI hearing aids to help you engage with the world around you. The TV While the Thrive Hearing app also enables direct streaming of audio, music and more with Via AI hearing aids, we know that...
Introducing A Hearing Revolution - Via AI Hearing Aids
Posted by Hearing Health Care on September 07, 2018
A hearing revolution has arrived. Brand-new from Audibel® comes the world’s first healthable hearing aid with integrated sensors and artificial intelligence. Able to track brain and body health, Via® AI puts your hearing health in your hands through a new mobile app – the Thrive™ Hearing app – and a suite of new wireless accessories....
Where to buy hearing aids – online or from a professional?
Posted by Hearing Health Care on August 21, 2018
If you’re reading this post, you’re probably thinking about getting hearing aids. You’re doing what almost everyone does today before they buy a vacuum or TV, or book a vacation or try a new restaurant — you’re doing online research. You are smart. Consumers today have an abundance of information and reviews at their fingertips....
Tired more than usual? It may be hearing loss.
Posted by Hearing Health Care on August 06, 2018
Do you find yourself low on energy, exhausted after a day of busy interactions, whether at a social or work setting? Hearing loss may be to blame! Hearing loss and fatigue may seem unrelated, but in reality, they are much more connected than you realize. Fatigue is defined as “extreme tiredness, typically resulting from mental or physical exertion.”...
How can I adjust my hearing aid volume and memories?
Posted by Hearing Health Care on July 13, 2018
Your hearing aids are designed to seamlessly adjust to your everyday listening situations. This means that as you go from a busy coffee shop to a windy park to your quiet home, your hearing aids will automatically adapt to your changing environments. Soft sounds (like fingers typing on a keyboard) should be quiet but audible, while loud sounds (like a vacuum)...
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