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Benefits of Hearing Aids...
DeafHear’s Hearing Aid Service

We all live in a world that depends on communication, and our hearing is a vital part of that. Research has shown that being able to hear better through using hearing aids improves quality of life in very significant ways. The benefits include better relationships, less stress and fatigue, and more social involvement.

Hearing aids provide valuable benefits in so many ways.

Helping you stay in touch

Research shows that hearing loss can lead to feelings of isolation and depression. Using hearing aids, you can stay connected with the world.

Avoid becoming dependent upon those around you

People with hearing loss who do not have hearing aids are more likely to rely on others and be less independent. Most people who start wearing hearing aids are less reliant on family and friends and this eases stress and frustration for eveyone.

Speech within speech noise

Hearing aids help the brain’s ability to process speech when there is competing background noise. Hearing aid technology continues to improve, and hearing better in a noisy environment is a major focus of current hearing aid technology, especially with regard to high frequency hearing losses.

Staying alert and involved

Unmanaged hearing loss contributes to reductions in cognitive and social abilities. Hearing aids help your cognitive sharpness by keeping you fully engaged in conversation and social activities.

Be alert to what’s happening around you

Hearing aids help keep you safe by making you more aware of alarms, sirens, traffic, telephones, doorbells and other important signals at home, work and in the community.

Work longer and earn more

Studies have demonstrated that unmanaged hearing loss can have a significant impact on your working life and earning potential. Using hearing aids can help you communicate and perform successfully so you maintain your career prospects and earning potential.

Hearing aids provide valuable benefits in so many ways:

better relationships,

less stress and fatigue,

and more social involvement.