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.
New Hearing Aid Wearers
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Your brain adjusted to not being able to hear over a long period of time, and when you get your first hearing aids and begin wearing them, the most important factor to remember is that your brain will need time to adjust to hearing again as well.
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.
Perhaps your hearing aids have just arrived. You’ve opened the box, taken them out, and now you’re wondering how to get your hearing aids working. While hearing aids are pretty easy to understand once you’ve had them for a while, it can be difficult to know where to begin with them. As hearing aid experts, we’d like to help walk you through that process. Here’s how to use your hearing aids in 5 simple steps.
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.
If you have not worn a hearing aid before, there will be a transition period where you think they may not be working. This feeling is very normal, as you have to train you brain to hear again. Here are seven tips for helping you, as a new hearing aid user, to get the best experience from your new device.
While each person's experience will vary, hearing aids may allow a person to experience certain sounds they had never heard before (or at least for some time). Relearning takes place in the central auditory nervous system and not in the ear itself.
In most cases, new hearing aid wearers become frustrated because of the adjustment process that comes along with wearing hearing aids for the first time. If you are new to wearing hearing aids, here are 5 tips that will help you learn to love them.
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.