Dealing with chronic health care issues

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Dealing with chronic health care issues

I used to be really healthy, until I got glandular fever in my mid twenties. I got really sick and it took me a lot of time, and consultations, with different health professionals to get my issues under control. My local health clinic became my second home as I worked throug my muscle soreness with my physiotherapist, my nutritional issues with my nutrionist and got all of my blood tests and x-rays done as well. Having them all in one place made my recovery much easier. This site is my exploration of health care clinics and how they help all arms of the medical profession work together.


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Various Designs of Hearing Aids You Can Choose

When it comes to hearing aids, there are a myriad of options to choose from. Considering the technological advancements that have been made in this field, people who need these accessories for the first time may find it overwhelming making a choice on what would be best suited for them. When selecting new hearing aids, there are a number of considerations that you should keep in mind. These include the following:

  • Your individual hearing loss severity
  • Your personal dexterity and visual capabilities
  • Your cosmetic preferences
  • Your preferred features
  • Your ear shape

Here are some of the carious designs of hearing aids that you can contemplate.

BTE hearing aids

These are also known as behind the ear aids. They are made up of a small casing that is positioned behind your ears. The casing is what holds the circuitry of the hearing aids. They also come with a transparent tube that is connected to an ear mould. The ear mould is typically custom fit since people tend to have varying sizes and shapes of ears. Once the ear mould is in place, it transmits sounds to you. This type of hearing aid is best suited for individuals who tend to suffer from excessive earwax that could inhibit the transmission of sounds if the aid was inserted inside the ear.

Open fit hearing aids

These types of hearing aids have a similar design to the behind the ear aids as they also consist of a plastic casing installed at the back of your ear. The main difference is that unlike the BTE aids that have an ear mould, these comprise of a small dome that is inserted right into your ear. Just as the BTE aids, the open git hearing aids have a transparent tubing that will connect the dome with the plastic casing. These types of hearing aids are better suited for people who do not suffer from severe hearing loss. As such, they work toward amplifying pitches that you may have a problem detecting while still trying to enhance your natural hearing, albeit it being degraded.

Canal aids

If aesthetic appearances were your major concern, then canal aids would be the best option for your needs. There are two types of canal aids that you could consider. The first are the ITC aids, which lie in your whole ear canal. The second type you could consider are the CIC aids which are more discreet as they are placed within the canal making them the most inconspicuous option. It should be noted that because of how small these aids are, the number of features they offer you might be limited due to size restrictions.

Talk to a company like Advanced Hearing Care for more information.