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In this August newsletter, we’re discussing how hearing clinics are being impacted by COVID-19, how to avoid being scammed when buying hearing aids, a brand-new (free) way to test your hearing from home, and fly fishing (yep, you read that right—fly fishing).

Clinics are closed—but you still need to hear—here's how...
The world has changed a lot in a very short period of time. Many businesses are struggling, and some have closed their doors entirely, including many hearing clinics. Even if you are lucky enough to live near a hearing clinic that's still open, leaving your home right now (especially for seniors who need to hear the most) is a risk many aren't willing to take.

Over the past few months, we’ve learned that some things can wait, but hearing loss is not one of them. Your hearing is essential, and ignoring your hearing has serious health consequences. This is definitely not the time to put your health on the back burner.

But, how do you get the hearing you need during a global pandemic?

American ingenuity already has a solution—bypassing the hearing clinic entirely and delivering real, FDA-registered hearing aids directly to you.

How much should you really be paying for hearing?
According to the White House, the average cost of a pair of hearing aids is an unbelievable $4,600! The reason? Middlemen have been lining their pockets while everyday Americans are emptying their savings to hear.

A handful of large corporations, called the "Big Six", dominate the hearing aid market and most hearing clinics only sell hearing aids made by these manufacturers. Even the generic Kirkland hearing aids sold at Costco are made by these manufacturers.

When it comes to hearing aids, buying an expensive model from a hearing clinic doesn’t necessarily mean a better hearing solution. In fact, traditional hearing aid manufacturers use markups and high-pressure sales strategies to make sure you’re paying thousands of dollars more than you need to.

Learn more about how you can dramatically lower the price of improving your hearing, without sacrificing quality.

Fly fishing and hearing aids—a surprising connection...
Hearing aids and fly fishing don’t have much in common, unless you’re talking about Eargo—a direct-to-consumer (DTC) hearing aid manufacturer. One day while fly fishing, the ENT surgeon who founded Eargo was inspired by the look of one of his lures. He brought his hobby to his workplace, designing and patenting a hearing aid that mimics a fishing fly.

Selling their first product in 2015, Eargo is a newcomer to the DTC hearing aid world. If you’re looking for a discreet solution, Eargo may be the choice for you as their "invisible-in-the-ear" models insert completely into the ear canal. But as far as affordability goes, they don’t quite compete with other DTC brands. The cost of this clever design falls into the same range as going to an audiologist or clinic.

Curious? Learn more about Eargo hearing aid features, reviews, prices, and alternatives in this detailed article.

Test your hearing—from your couch!
Do you often ask people to repeat themselves? Have you found yourself struggling to follow conversations, especially in noisy places? Are you fielding more and more complaints from loved ones that you're setting the volume on your TV too high?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, you may have some degree of hearing loss. The good news is that you no longer need to visit a hearing clinic to find out. Now you can test your hearing for free from the comfort of your home—all you need is a quiet room and a pair of headphones.

The MDHearingAid online hearing test was designed with the help of audiologists, ENT doctors, and sound engineers for maximum accuracy. It’s 100% free, easy to use, and gives you instant results in under 8 minutes.

Find out if you have hearing loss now.

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