Making Your Home Healthier for Your Ear, Nose and Throat
Hi, my name is Kate, and I want to welcome you to my blog. If you or your children have been having ear, nose and throat (ENT) issues, I hope the facts and posts in this space will help you. A few years ago, my son was suffering from chronic respiratory issues as well as ear infections, and we were spending a lot of the time with the ENT specialist. Ultimately, our specialist told us we needed to figure out the root of the problem. Through some research, we realised our home had mould which was weakening our son's immune system and causing these ENT infections to happen regularly. I want to help other families in the same situation so I created this blog about making your home healthier.
Toddlers have a wonderful curiosity about the world around them. Unfortunately this can extend to the extraction of necessary devices such as hearing aids. Luckily this is a common issue and there are some great solutions that you can use to keep the hearing aids firmly in place so they can do their job.
The tape often used to secure wigs and toupees in place can be cut to size and used to secure hearing aids in place.
Moisture build-up from daily activities such as exercising can shorten the expected lifespan of your behind-the-ear hearing aids by damaging the battery compartment, microphone or receiver. Here's an overview of how to spot moisture damage, what you can do to avoid it and how to dry out your hearing aids if they are exposed to moisture.
4 Signs of Moisture Damage
Your behind-the-ear hearing aids may be experiencing moisture damage if you notice any of the following: