LIFE WITH HEARING AIDS
Adapting to your hearing instruments
As soon as you start wearing hearing aids, you begin the process of re-learning how to hear.
It may take a little practice
Although some people adjust relatively quickly, you may find you need practice using hearing aids. Your brain needs to get used to new sounds and stimuli it hasn’t received in a while.
This can be overwhelming at first, but don’t worry, this is perfectly normal. With practice and perseverance, you’ll soon be comfortable.
Becoming accustomed to new sounds and adapting to your hearing instruments takes time and patience. Try to wear your hearing instruments as much as
As you gain confidence, begin wearing your hearing aids in a wider variety of environments – like work or social occasions. Practice selecting specific sounds and voices and focusing attention on them.
In public places such as a meeting hall, sit as close to the speaker as possible. In cafes or restaurants, try to sit with your back to the main source of noise – such as an open window or a sidewalk.
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- Causes of Hearing Loss
- Types and Causes of Hearing Loss
- Impact of Hearing Loss
- What If I Have Hearing Loss?
- Treating Hearing Loss
- What Is A Hearing Aid?
- Life With Hearing Aids