Ear infections are common in childhood, and adults have ear problems too. Symptoms include: pain, drainage, hearing loss, and dizziness. Other common ear problems include: Eustachian tube problems, perforated eardrums, and cholesteatomas.
New Technology for Effortless Hearing: A “Unique” Perspective
November 2015 Hearing Aid Review
Numerous studies were available in the last few years to support a strong relationship between cognition and hearing.1 What is noteworthy from these studies is that the type of amplified sounds could place different levels of cognitive demands on the impaired ears.2,3 Thus, a reasonable objective in hearing aid design is to deliver amplified sounds that require the least effort from the hearing aid wearers to hear satisfactorily in all listening environments, regardless of their cognitive capacity. We term this design objective Effortless Hearing. The goal is that hearing-impaired people hear more of what they want (to hear) and less of what they don’t.Read More