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What is the Best, Cheap Hearing Aid?

Finding the best, affordable hearing aid can be an exercise in frustration. There are many online options to choose from. But something significant happens before someone begins researching hearing aids, and that is the life-changing experience of coping with the news or discovery of hearing loss. 

Costco Hearing Aid Reviews: The 2020 Wrap-Up

As hearing aids become more widely available, you may have seen them for sale at the ubiquitous warehouse shopping center, Costco, as part of their commitment to bringing customers a one-stop shopping experience. In addition to bulk groceries and office supplies, Costco also provides health services such as optometry, pharmacy, and hearing aids with hearing tests and follow-up hearing aid care. In this article, you’ll learn:

Bose Hearing Aid: Is It Available Yet (2020)

Hearing loss can be a devastating blow, whether anticipatory or sudden. It can be hard to know where to start in terms of auditory assistance and medical help to plan for the future. With more than 15% of American adults experiencing some form of hearing loss, according to the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders, you are not alone. But, the options for hearing aids can feel seemingly endless.

Nano Hearing Aids: Review, Changing Batteries, and Comparisons

The AARP says that the average price of a hearing aid a few years ago was $2,300. Some models sold by audiologists even reach into the $12,000+ range. Hearing aids tend to be expensive for two main reasons: lack of consumer choice and lack of pricing transparency.

 

 

TruHearing: Review, Batteries, and Comparisons

Would you have guessed that more than 1 in 10 American adults over 18 have reported some form of hearing loss? While that might be surprising, this next statistic is far more sobering: research from the WHO (World Health Organization) states that only 17% of the people who need a hearing aid actually use one. 


MD Hearing Aid: Review of Models, Pricing, and Alternatives

Hearing aids aren’t just for older Americans. According to the NIH (National Institutes of Health), they’re far from being the only ones at risk: approximately 15% of American adults over 18 have reported some trouble hearing. While age is correlated with an increase in hearing loss, unfortunately not all people with some form of hearing impairment choose to use hearing aids. They’re missing out in more ways than you might think. 

ZVOX Offers the Perfect Accessory for Zoom Meetings – AV50 Noise Cancelling Headphones with AccuVoice Hearing Aid Technology and Hands-Free Microphone

ZVOX Offers the Perfect Accessory for Zoom Meetings – AV50 Noise Cancelling Headphones with AccuVoice Hearing Aid  Technology and Hands-Free Microphone

Trying to Conduct A Zoom Meeting in a Noisy Home Environment?  ZVOX AV50 Headphones Use Hearing Aid Technology to Enhance Voice Clarity while Electronically Reducing Outside Sounds

Watching More TV With The Family? AccuVoice Makes It Easier For Everyone To Hear Voices Clearly

Watching More TV With The Family? AccuVoice Makes It Easier For Everyone To Hear Voices Clearly

More families are spending more time at home due to COVID-19 - and watching more TV. But flat-screen TVs use tiny speakers with tinny sound, so it's often hard to understand dialogue, particularly for those with hearing loss. 

ZVOX has solved this problem for over 300,000 families with AccuVoice hearing aid technology.

New Study Links Minor Hearing Loss To Dementia.

New Study Links Minor Hearing Loss To Dementia.

A study released in November of 2019 by the National Center for Biotechnology Information revealed that even a small hearing loss can lead to cognitive problems and even dementia. 

Parents hard to shop for? ZVOX AV50 noise cancelling headphones may be the perfect choice.

Parents hard to shop for? ZVOX AV50 noise cancelling headphones may be the perfect choice.

Everybody loves the new ZVOX Bluetooth headphones. But people over the age of 50 REALLY love them! The AV50 is the first headphone to use hearing aid technology to make voices easier to understand.

Wax in your ears - the enemy of good hearing. We have a solution.

Wax in your ears - the enemy of good hearing. We have a solution.

Wax can block your ear canals, and it can literally disable hearing aids. We frequently have customers return their ZVOX hearing aids saying "they stopped working." But when we examine them we find that the ear domes are clogged with ear wax! (And the hearing aids were working just fine.)

Two solutions...

Why you should own noise-cancelling headphones.

Why you should own noise-cancelling headphones.

Unless you've taken a long airplane flight while wearing good noise cancelling headphones, you can't understand why they are so important. That's because your brain will trick you. It will convince you the jet engines aren't THAT loud.

But they are.