Change your perception and get ready to change your life.
Most people don't know what to expect from hearing aids. Misperceptions and second-hand experience with bulky, whistling, old-fashioned analog devices continue to influence the way people think about all hearing aids.
But hearing aids have changed dramatically from a generation ago- from outward appearance to internal technology- making them vastly more appealing and effective.
5 tips to get even more out of your hearing aids
* If you wear directional hearing aids, you should fit facing the wall with the restaurant noise behind you
*Thake them into your hearing proffesional for regular cleaning and maintenance
*Make sure to keep fresh batteries on hand
*Turn off hearing aids or remove battery when not in use
*In public places with acoustic challenges ( theaters or conference halls), it is best to sit in the front and center of the room, where it offers the best acoustics
If you think you or someone you know has hearing loss, you're probably wondering what the next step should be. That's easy- see a hearing healthcare professional.
It's important to see someone who specializes in hearing issues, such as an audiologist or an ENT doctor. Schedule a comprehensive evaluation to begin treatment and rehabilitation as soon as possible. These trained experts have the experience and technology needed to precisely diagnose and measure your degree of hearing loss,then prescribe and administer a solution personalized for you- including providing ongoing support and care.
GET THE RIGHT SOLUTION
Today, more than ever, the best solution for hearing loss is hearing aides. Like all high-tech devices, hearing aids have improved significantly over just the past several years in terms of performance and appearance. From "invisible" solutions that fit deep inside your ear and are virtually undetectable when worn, to wireless options that stream audio directly from your TV, radio and phone. Today's hearing aids sound better, fit more comfortably and perform more reliably than ever before.
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