WHAT IF I HAVE HEARING LOSS?
The hearing evaluation will give you a clear idea of whether you have hearing loss. If you do have hearing loss, your hearing professional will be able to tell you if it can be treated with hearing aids, and if so, which type of hearing aids will suit you best.
Selecting hearing aids with the appropriate features will depend on many factors. A hearing healthcare professional will offer recommendations and advice to help you choose the hearing aid that is best for your hearing loss, lifestyle and budget. Remember that no hearing aid style is better than another: It is simply a matter of choosing the one that’s right for you.
Other things to consider:
Depending on the type of hearing loss, you can choose between different styles of hearing aids to suit your lifestyle – and the shape of your ears.
What is your lifestyle?
Do you work? Do you attend meetings? Do you go to concerts? Do you often go to noisy places such as restaurants? Is there anything you can’t do because of hearing loss? Do you use a mobile phone?
Type of hearing aids
What’s important to you? Appearance, durability, or ease of use?
What technological features will benefit your particular hearing loss? How advanced do your hearing aids need to be?
One or two?
Age-related hearing loss and hearing loss caused by exposure to noise tend to affect both ears. If this is the case, you need to wear two hearing aids. This is actually very common – 75% of new purchasers choose two hearing aids. By wearing them in both ears you’ll get much more out of your hearing aids.
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- How We Hear
- Evaluate Your Hearing
- Hearing Loss
- What Does Hearing Loss Mean
- Signs and Symptoms
- 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