History Of Hearing Aids Starting From the Hearing Trumpt To the Tiny Device Behind the Ear
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History Of Hearing Aids Starting From the Hearing Trumpt To the Tiny Device Behind the Ear

History Of Hearing Trumpet In earlier times, from the 13th to 18th centuries, people who are partially deaf used Ear trumpets. Jean Leurechon, the French Jesuit priest and mathematician invented the Ear trumpet and began manufacturing ear trumpets in the 1810s. This instrument is a funnel-shaped device. Hearing and responding happens via sound which travels…

Are Hearing Loss and Dementia Connected?
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Are Hearing Loss and Dementia Connected?

What Represents Dementia? Most of us are familiar with memory loss. Dementia is rather similar to it. Dementia is not an isolated disorder. It is defined as an inability to make a decision. People often feel hard that remembering, thinking, problem-solving, and decision-making is highly tough to handle. “Alzheimer’s” condition is the most popular type…

Why it’s so Important Your Hearing Aids are Brain-Friendly?
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Why it’s so Important Your Hearing Aids are Brain-Friendly?

What Happens To The Brain With Hearing Loss? Generally, hearing is a brain activity. Sound delivers from the inner ear as an electrical impulse through the auditory nerve. Hearing loss, even though it is minor, leads to reassigning functions of the brain. According to studies, If you prolong your hearing loss untreated, the auditory parts…