Blog | Northland Hearing Services, Inc. - Part 3

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Healthy Hearing Is One Key to a Great Retirement

November 7, 2018

When your retirement is just around the corner, it’s important you have a plan for how you’ll manage your healthcare and its costs when you’re not working anymore. Consider this: a couple that retires this year can reasonably expect to see more than $400,000 of medical bills during their retirement, and about four percent of those costs will come out... View Article

The Connection Between Hearing Loss and Dementia

November 7, 2018

About 48 million Americans suffer from hearing loss, making it one of the more common ailments in the United States. In fact, by the time Americans hit their seventies, more than two thirds of them have hearing issues. According to studies by the Hearing Loss Association of America, hearing loss may also increase the risk of dementia and other cognitive... View Article

What’s the Value of Better Hearing?

March 9, 2015

“What is the best value for hearing aids?” “Do I really need to spend thousands of dollars?” Time and again, the topic we commonly get asked from prospective patients is about pricing. The topic of pricing is tricky to answer since there is no one recommendation for everyone and what is being purchased is not simply a device. If the... View Article

Find Tinnitus Relief in 2015

February 8, 2015

Every year more than 50 million Americans experience persistent ringing or noises in the ears, with many experiencing it both day and night. This condition, called tinnitus, is even more common than hearing loss, and 85% of the time people that suffer from loss of hearing also experience some degree of this “ear noise”. Historically this condition has had very... View Article

Modern Hearing Instruments are like a Computer for Your Ears

February 8, 2015

Often we jokingly say, “These aren’t your grandfather’s hearing aids,” but nothing could be truer. Today’s hearing instrument technology is truly a marvel in sophistication and design. Digital hearing aids encompass much more than a simple microphone and receiver. In fact, a microchip circuit board with 4 mb storage allows a wide range of features, programs and settings to function... View Article