Our customers love the convenience of rechargeable hearing aids. Our rechargeable devices don’t require batteries, which saves you the headache of constantly purchasing replacements. However, rechargeable devices do require cleaning and maintenance to continue performing well.
Regardless of the amount of money you spend, at sometime you will face a whistling noise while wearing them. Occasionally, the sound is perfectly normal and not worthy of concern. Other times, it can be a sign that something is wrong. Let's take a moment to discuss this further.
Every trip requires some level of preparation. From purchasing plane tickets to packing all of the necessities, planning ahead is key. When travelling during the holidays, a little bit of planning will ensure that there’s at least one thing you won’t have to worry about: your hearing aids.
If you have a loved one with hearing loss, you know that hearing loss can present a wide variety of communication struggles. Your loved one may frequently ask you to repeat yourself, raise your voice, or fill in the gaps. To make your life, and your love one’s life, just a bit easier, here are few tips for how you can better communicate with them.
Uh oh! One of your hearing aids isn’t working quite right. If you're experiencing some difficulty getting your hearing aids to do their job, you might need some help. For hearing aids from Advanced Affordable Hearing, here is how you can troubleshoot your hearing aids in two easy steps.
Do your grandchildren have to yell “Grandma!” or “Grandpa!” to attract your attention? Due to hearing loss, you may have concerns about communicating with the little ones in your life, and you may be wondering how to deal with hearing loss as a grandparent.
Your hearing aids are electronic devices, and just like most electronic devices, they can be damaged by exposure to water and moisture. With that in mind, we’ve provided 5 useful tips below to help you protect your hearing aids from moisture!
While we may not notice the onset of hearing loss, we most assuredly do notice when our gradually lost hearing is suddenly replaced by a high-tech object resting in our ear canal. While there is little doubt that wearing hearing aids is a great benefit and brings about a life altering change, it also takes some getting used to.
Do you find that you’re scared to go out in public due to your anxiety and hearing loss? Do you get nervous during conversations – and hesitate to participate – because you can’t hear well? A hearing aid may be the solution, but it’s not the only one.