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  • Tinnitus Calmer App

    4 Tips to Improve Your Sleep with Tinnitus

    Trying to sleep when you have tinnitus isn’t always easy. Your health and hearing care rely on you being able to get good sleep. There are few things you can do to help improve your sleep with tinnitus. Sound Masking Covering up the sound of tinnitus with other sounds is among the most popular methods […]

  • Early Signs of Hearing Loss

    Early Signs of Hearing Loss

    One of the reasons why hearing loss is such a big problem is that it develops gradually. In fact, it often happens so slowly that most people are unaware that they are losing their hearing until it starts to seriously affect their lives. If you want to protect yourself from hearing loss, look for some […]

  • Can Used Hearing Aids be Reused

    Can Used Hearing Aids be Reused?

    Hearing aids are custom-fitted for the person who will be wearing them. That’s why it’s essential to consider the style of used hearing aids you’ve acquired. From a functional viewpoint, they may not work well for the person who received them secondhand. It’s also not hygienic to reuse in-the-ear hearing aids from one person to […]

  • Temporary Hearing Loss

    Treating Temporary Hearing Loss

    While you may not want to think about it, temporary hearing loss does happen for a variety of reasons. If you’ve never had a problem before with hearing and suddenly you experience deafness, it can be scary, too say the least. Understanding what to do to treat your temporary hearing loss is vital to recovering […]

  • Upgrade My Hearing Aids

    When Should I Upgrade My Hearing Aids?

    Hearing loss has become a pronounced health concern for people in the United States. Research conducted has found that the hearing capacities of roughly one-fifth of persons age 45 and older, one-third of those age 74 and older and nearly half of individuals 75 and up has declined. Fortunately, hearing aids have proven a useful […]

  • Diplacusis

    What is Diplacusis?

    Your ears have an intricate working mechanism that collects sounds from several sources and processes them. The auditory system transfers the sounds to your brain, where it makes decisions based on the sound received. Typically, your ears receive sounds in various pitches. Some people report certain abnormalities in how they receive the sound. Today we […]

  • Will Hearing Aids Make Tinnitus Worse

    Will Hearing Aids Make Tinnitus Worse?

    There are those who believe a medical condition known as tinnitus can be exacerbated through the usage of hearing aids. At Beltone Dallas-Fort Worth, we invite our clients and prospective customers to read the following short blog addressing tinnitus and addressing how tinnitus might be impacted by hearing assistance devices. Tinnitus Overview Tinnitus is a […]

  • Meniere's Disease

    Can Hearing Aids Help with Meniere’s Disease?

    The inner ear is not only important for hearing. The labyrinth, a fluid-filled part of the inner ear adjacent to the cochlea (the hearing organ), is a critical component of our vestibular system, which works with our visual and skeletal systems to maintain our balance. When the inner ear is damaged or is operating dysfunctionally, […]

  • Binaural Hearing

    What is Binaural Hearing?

    Binaural hearing is an attribute everyone hopes to possess. However, aging or specific medical issues might threaten your capability to achieve or maintain this benefit. Beltone Dallas Fort Worth invites customers and prospective clients to read the following short piece about binaural hearing and the role hearing aids may play in helping you attain it. […]

  • Hearing Loss Affect Your Balance

    Does Hearing Loss Affect Your Balance?

    Hearing loss can be a major debilitating health malady that could potentially precipitate changes in an individual’s personal, professional and social lives. Many may wonder if diminished hearing might elicit other problematic symptoms such as balance issues. Beltone Dallas Fort Worth invites you to read a brief blog addressing the correlation between decreased hearing ability […]