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Hearing Aids Fact the Clinics Do not Want You to Know
Most people do not have to spend thousands of dollars on custom hear
By: Rich Dennis
If my hearing loss is so "typical" then why do I need "custom" programmed hearing aids?
Ahh, that's the 64 thousand dollar question! Actually, it's more like an 8 billion dollar question (that's how much revenue was generated last year selling those custom jobbers).
Certainly there are people that require custom programmed hearing aids and unfortunately for them, they will spend thousands of dollars. For everybody else, Rosebud Hearing LLC ( http://www.RosebudHearing.com ) has developed a line of digital hearing aids that are pre-programmed to work fantastically for people suffering from typical high frequency hearing loss. And because these aids are digitally pre-programmed, they won't cost you thousands of dollars. All of their digital hearing aids are priced under $300.
What causes High Frequency Hearing Loss and what are the symptoms?
High Frequency Hearing Loss is most often caused by the aging process. As you get older, you might develop a high frequency hearing loss. Other ways of developing the condition include injury, excessive noise exposure, viral infections, diabetes, and stroke.
Symptoms of high frequency hearing loss include:
* Not understanding speech as clearly as you used to
* The feeling that everybody is mumbling, especially women and children
* Difficulty hearing what people are saying when there is background noise present, like at a crowded restuarant
Rosebud Hearing Aids are available in Open Fit and In the Ear models. You can purchase them at a number of different online sites or directly from the company (recommended)
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Rosebud Hearing sells top brand hearing aids direct to the public at discount prices. The company specializes in providing ready to wear hearing solutions for sufferers of high frequency hearing loss, the most common form of hearing loss.