Hearing Wellness Blog

Having hearing loss is a unique experience, and everyone deals with it differently. However, this doesn’t stop people from finding a community online – such as the one we’ve built for you right here. Please explore our Hearing Wellness Blog developed by your Lemme Audiologists, and reach out to us if you want to continue the conversation.

New User?

New User?

Are you new to wearing hearing aids? Everyday, your hearing aid(s) offers a new sound experience. For this reason, it takes practice, patience and persistence to adjust successfully. New wearers will hear sounds and voices that may not have been heard for quite some...

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Exploring Ear Infections

Exploring Ear Infections

In adulthood, most people think that they won’t have to deal with ear infections anymore. They think ear infections are something that mainly affects kids because their eustachian tubes are more horizontal and are not able to drain as well as an adult’s more vertical...

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Diabetes Care Schedule

Diabetes Care Schedule

If you are diabetic, you know the care schedule: Daily – Blood sugar check, foot check Every 3 Months – A1C Test (if not meeting blood sugar goals) Every 6 Months – Dental Exam, A1C Test (if meeting blood sugar goals) Every Year – Flu shot, kidney tests, cholesterol...

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Why Free Services

Why Free Services

Why some places offer free services and why some don’t. During our open Walk-In Hours, we provide hearing aid cleanings and minor repair services to our patients. These services are also open to those who have hearing aids from another provider. From time to time, we...

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Healthy Aging

Healthy Aging

As the number of people aged 45 and older grows every year, the focus of improving overall health grows as well for this age group.  As one ages, it is important to not only focus on physical health, but also cognitive health. This is why we have called upon two local...

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Cognitive Hearing  |  Cognitive Decline

Cognitive Hearing | Cognitive Decline

Cognitive Hearing Studies suggest that older people with hearing loss are more likely to develop Alzheimer’s disease and dementia, and hearing loss can be associated with a faster rate of cognitive decline. Why is this? Researchers have several theories: One has to do...

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