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About Bountiful Hearing
Sure, you can go out and look for discount hearing aids, but that is exactly what you'll get. We don't just sell you hearing aids, we evaluate your loss and "FIT" the right device to help you regain your hearing loss.
Hearing aids are not the kind of thing you buy on a whim, they are expensive and critical to your happiness in life and your family.
Come visit us at Bountiful Hearing and let us show you what being evaluated correctly and fit with the right tool feels like.
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Are you or someone you know experiencing an annoying ringing in the ears? Have you told yourself that you need to learn to live with it? Has someone told you its normal with aging? The American Tinnitus Association (http://www.ata.org/) estimates that more than 50 million Americans experience tinnitus. Of these, 12 million have tinnitus that Read more about That ringing in your ears? It’s not just Christmas Bells![…]
Tinnitus typically begins as an audiological (hearing) condition, and so it is generally appropriate to consult medical providers with clinical specialties in hearing health. There are two general types of hearing health providers to consider: Audiologists (Au.D.) — Audiologists are healthcare specialists, trained in the diagnosis and treatment of hearing loss and other hearing-related disorders. Read more about Tinnitus keeping you awake at night?[…]
Finally, there’s a hearing device that lets you hear the way you should: “all the way around!” Until now, traditional hearing aids haven’t been able to process sound fast enough to help you hear all the way around you. So they would focus just on the speech directly in front of you, and suppress everything Read more about Hearing Aids have come full-circle[…]
Want better relationships in your life? Do you feel that you can’t communicate with the men in your life because they aren’t listening? Is it because they just aren’t hearing you? The truth is, men are 5 times more likely to have a hearing loss than women and according to research are less likely to Read more about Good Communication Builds Good Relationships[…]
Sounds occur around us virtually all the time and they start and stop unpredictably. We constantly monitor these changes and choose to interact with some of the sounds, for instance, when engaging in a conversation with a familiar voice. In our daily lives, navigating and communicating in complex noise environments is met with the most Read more about A Hearing Aid to Connect to the Internet ?[…]
Without a doubt, diabetes is a hot topic — and not in a particularly good way. Considered by many to be the biggest epidemic of this century, it affects more and more Americans at a staggering rate. According to the American Diabetes Association, 30 million Americans have diabetes, and 34.5 million have some form of hearing loss! Together, Read more about Is there a Link between diabetes and hearing loss?[…]
In the late 1800’s, when lighting one’s home was not so common as it is today, James E. Talmage shared this experience regarding a lamp that he referred to as “one of his most cherished possessions”. “A lamp of this kind was among the best in the long-ago.” He explains that candles and oil lamps Read more about Lamps of This Kind[…]
“I only need to wear my hearing aids when I go out” is one of the worst things you can think or do for yourself once you have made the decision to wear hearing aids.” The majority of our hearing is done in the brain and not with our ears, this is why it Read more about “I Only Need To Wear My Hearing Aids When I Go Out”[…]
Hearing loss is an invisible disability and if it’s untreated or inadequately treated, hearing loss can have a detrimental effect on mental health that can lead to everything from dementia to depression. If you’re concerned about your own hearing loss or the hearing loss of someone close to you, consider looking into the available hearing Read more about How hearing loss affects Mental Health[…]
Schedule your appointment for an evaluation with the caring professionals at Bountiful Hearing Center by calling (801) 295-9644