About hearing loss

Hearing loss is a global issue...

466 Million

people have disabling hearing loss1

1 WHO. Deafness and hearing loss. Available at https://bit.ly/2EkhpiG (June 27, 2019)

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What is hearing loss?

If you have hearing loss, you are not alone. 1 in 4 people suffer from hearing loss. Hearing loss is a common problem that can happen to anybody and it often comes gradually with age or is caused by repeated exposure to loud noises.

At Beltone, we believe in helping the world hear better. Our goal is to help customers and patients track their hearing. Explore this section to learn more about hearing loss facts and the anatomy of your ear.

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Types and causes of hearing loss

There are many reasons why we lose our hearing, but the most common are prolonged exposure to noise and the aging process. Other causes include ear infections, head injuries and certain medications. The good news is you are not alone and you can do something about it. Beltone hearing aids make conversations easy again and give you better overall situational awareness so you can reconnect to your surroundings and start living life to the fullest again. Explore this section to learn more about the types and causes of hearing loss.

Check your hearing online

If you are wondering if your hearing is affected you can start by simply taking our Online Hearing Test. In under 5 minutes the test will help you evaluate your hearing and detect a potential hearing problem, so you can decide if you need to take a comprehensive hearing test in the clinic.

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Tinnitus is the name for the perception of sounds, such as ringing in your ears, buzzing or hissing, when these sounds are not present in the environment. Although the tinnitus sounds can be perceived as quite loud, objective measurements show that they are often fainter than the sound of a leaf falling to the ground. Explore this section to

learn more about Tinnitus.

Beltone Tinnitus Calmer app

Distract your brain from focusing on your tinnitus with the help of Beltone’s Tinnitus Calmer app. Available on iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, and Android devices, the app offers a combination of Sound Therapy and relaxing exercises which can help provide relief from tinnitus.

Learn more about Tinnitus Calmer app

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