New Advances in Digital Hearing Aids Can Help Baby Boomers Take Matters into Their Own Hands

Whether it’s using online banking, buying a new car, or being involved in health issues such as choosing digital hearing aids, today’s baby boomers are all about taking control and doing things themselves, at their own convenience. tech-1_hearing_aids_large

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The members of this generation have the desire and the ability to use the Internet comfortably, allowing them to research hearing aid technology on their own. This is something that separates them from past generations who may have simply gone to their doctors and been handed answers. Baby boomers want to research their medical issues. They have confidence in their own judgment and want to ask questions and be involved in any decisions that need to be made.

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ReSound LiNX Now Available In The UK

All the way back in August we reported that Apple was getting ready to introduce new Bluetooth Low Energy hearing aid technology it developed to significantly improve the current crop of products on the market. Apple expected partners in its MFi program to introduce hearing aid and cochlear implant products using the technology this year, and last night we got a look at the first MFi hearing aid about to launch globally this quarter during the Bluetooth SIG event at CES 2014. GN’s Resound Linx is trickling out in select markets as we speak but a full global launch is about to happen sometime this quarter.

Not only is Resound Linx the world’s smallest hearing aid and the first Made for iPhone/iPad/iPod through Apple’s official program, the connection to an iPhone over the 2.4GHz frequency and Apple’s advancements in low powered Bluetooth tech for hearing aid products will also provide some other first of their kind features for the Linx. The hearing aid will essentially also function as a high-quality headset, allowing users to answer calls, listen to turn-by-turn directions, and much more on their iOS device. The most notable advancement, however, is the ability to fine tune the hearing aid experience through a dedicated iOS app:

Imagine using your ReSound Smart™ app to fine-tune the treble/bass of a concert – or a dinner conversation. Or geo-tag places so your hearing aid goes into your preferred program for work… the gym… or your favorite café. With a swipe and a tap you can unlock new reasons to love your ReSound LiNX hearing aids from http://www.londonhearingaids.co.uk

Of course the possibilities are endless with the opportunity for app developers to build apps specifically for the product. There’s no official word on pricing or which specific markets it will launch in the coming weeks, but it will sell for a small premium on top of the roughly $3000 price tag for other high-end hearing products the company sells.

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Tinnitus Help You Can Benefit From Right Now

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Tinnitus symptoms include humming, ringing, and buzzing noises that people usually hear consistently. There are certain techniques and treatments that can allow tinnitus sufferers to cope with the constant barrage of noise. This article has several suggestions for you to consider. If your doctor says there is no treatment for your tinnitus symptoms, get a …

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Tinnitus caused by too little inhibition of brain auditory circuits, study finds

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Tinnitus, a relentless ringing in the ears known to disable soldiers exposed to blasts, unwary listeners of too-loud music and millions more, is the result of under-inhibition of key neural pathways in the brain’s auditory center, say scientists. The discovery could lead to effective treatment for a condition that currently has no cure.

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