5 Things Every Man Should Know About Hearing Aids

In honor of June being “Men’s Health Month,” Advanced Hearing Care would like to help raise awareness of the importance of all men to include hearing healthcare as a part of your well being check up’s.

In our first blog, we talked about protecting your well being with a hearing check up. In our second blog, we shared 10 good reasons why men should get their hearing checked. In this, our last blog in our “Men’s Health Month” series, we would like to finish by sharing some facts about hearing aids from the Better Hearing Institute.
 

Five Things Every Man Should Know About Hearing Aids

  1. They’re virtually invisible. Many of today’s hearing aids sit discreetly and comfortably inside your ear canal, providing both natural sound quality, and discreet and easy use.
  2. They automatically adjust to all kinds of soundscapes. Whether it’s easy conversation in a crowded restaurant, or the chirp of crickets on a late summer’s evening you’re after, recent technological advances have made hearing aids far more versatile than ever before — and in a broad range of sound environments.
  3. You can do water sports and sweat while wearing them. Waterproof, digital hearing aids have arrived. This new feature is built into some newly designed hearing aids for those concerned about water, humidity, and dust. This feature suits the active lifestyles of swimmers, skiers, snowboarders, intensive sports enthusiasts, and anyone working in dusty, demanding environments.
  4. They love your smartphone, home entertainment system, and other prized electronics. Wireless, digital hearing aids are now the norm. That means seamless connectivity — directly into your hearing aid(s) at volumes that are just right for you — from your smartphone, television, and other beloved high-tech gadgets. What’s more, you own the volume. No one around you needs to be affected.
  5. They’re always at the ready. A new rechargeable feature on some newly designed hearing aids allows you to recharge your hearing aids every night, so they’re ramped up for you in the morning. There’s no more fumbling with small batteries. Just place the hearing aids into the charger at night, and they’re ready to go in the morning.

 

If you believe you or a loved one has a hearing loss, please contact us to schedule a hearing evaluation.