Hearing Devices Enhance Short-Term Memory

Hearing Devices Enhance Short-Term Memory

The brain initially processes information in stages that are collective known as the working memory or short-term memory. The first stage involves sensory input of information, which leads to the second step where this information is either retained momentarily or discarded. The final step involves the storage of the retained information in the long-term memory or permanent removal of the information.

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Digital Hearing Device Benefits

Digital Hearing Device Benefits

With changes in modern technology, contemporary hearing aid users prefer digital hearing aids due to the advanced features they contain. While analog hearing aids used a microphone and a receiver to obtain and amplify sound levels, digital hearing aids contain a computer chip that shortens and enhances this process. The computer chips of digital hearing aids are equipped to transmit auditory signals as well as adjust these signals based on the user’s hearing preferences within seconds.

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Sound and Hearing

Sound and Hearing

When people talk about hearing they commonly refer to the term known as “sound waves.” The creation of sound begins with the vibration of particles in the air that result in waves of sound that travel through the atmosphere and into the ears. Once the ear drum receives these sound signals, they also begin to vibrate and convert these vibrations into electrical impulses that are sent to the brain where they are interpreted as sound.

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Loving Those New Hearing Aids

Loving Those New Hearing Aids

Obtaining hearing aids can be an exciting time. Congratulations, you just took proactive steps towards rectifying your hearing loss. Now it is time to take a step back and slowly relearn your way back into the hearing world. Keeping a positive attitude can help you obtain a smooth transition and ease your adjustment process.

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