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.
As we get older, regular visits to the doctor are even more crucial to keeping our health in check. At the same time, however, we are also more likely to acquire age-related hearing loss. When you have hearing loss, you may struggle to even hear the questions your doctor asks or what medications he prescribes. To make those trips to the doctor easier, try following these 3 tips.
When you first purchase hearing aids, you may think that they will immediately help you to hear better. And while this will happen eventually, there is an adjustment period involved in acclimating to hearing aids. So you can be aware of what it's really like to start wearing hearing aids for the first time, we've made a list of some of the things you can expect.
Oh no! Your hearing aids are making a whistling sound, and it's making it more difficult for you to hear. You may be experiencing hearing aid feedback. Let's take a moment to look at what it is and how to resolve it.
When purchasing hearing aids there are two types of domes you are presented (really 3 with custom molds) with. Before we get into that lets first clarify what a "dome" is. A hearing aid dome is the small plastic bell-shaped piece at the end of the tube. This is the actual physical piece that is inserted in your ear. A proper fitting dome can make a huge difference in both comfort and quality while wearing your hearing aid.
There are ways to extend the battery life of your hearing aids, but it takes proper care! Enjoy these tips on how to properly install hearing aid batteries.
Among the most frequent complaints voiced by hearing aid users are that noise is amplified too much and that certain sounds become too loud to bear. Let's take a look at why this happens.
You're hearing aids have finally arrived! But now what? Depending on how long you have had issues with your hearing, your brain will need time to learn to "hear" again. Here are some additional tips to help you get the most out of your hearing aid during the adjustment process.