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.

Listen Up While Masking Up

Listen Up While Masking Up

We always suggest to our patients that they wear their hearing aids as often as possible.  But what we have found is many of them are not wearing their hearing aids when they leave their house anymore. Why? Because they are nervous about losing their hearing aids when...

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Hearing Aids Are Like Running Shoes

Hearing Aids Are Like Running Shoes

This past summer I started to run. I wanted to improve my health and figured running would be easy to incorporate into my afterwork routine. So, one day I strapped on my sneakers and off I went. In those first few weeks of running, everything hurt. But the more I ran...

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Why You Need the Bells & Whistles

Why You Need the Bells & Whistles

A frequent comment we hear from patients is that they just want a simple hearing aid and they don't need all the “bells and whistles.” But, what are the “bells and whistles?” I think most people are referring to Bluetooth; however, almost every hearing aid on the...

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Can I Have My Hearing Tested Online or at My Home?

Can I Have My Hearing Tested Online or at My Home?

Although it may sound more convenient to use online testing or in home hearing testing, there are many drawbacks.  In person testing in our office and most Audiology offices is conducted in a sound treated booth to ensure results are not impacted by environmental...

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What Are Your Hearing Aids Doing for You?

What Are Your Hearing Aids Doing for You?

Besides helping you hear the birds, conversations, and your surroundings, do you really know what your hearing aids are doing for you every day? They are improving and maintaining your relationships with family and friends. Your hearing aids are making it easier for...

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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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