5. Hearing aids with 360 degree hearing ability
Hearing technology has developed dramatically in recent years. There is a new type of hearing aid that changes the way hearing aids work. Instead of only picking up sound from straight ahead, they deliver the entire 360-degree sound environment to your brain – reducing the effort it takes you to listen - which can also reduce fatigue.
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You can speak to an audiologist who will listen to your requirements and provide the information you need to make the right decision for you.
6. Hearing aid types that fit your hearing loss
If you suspect that you might have a hearing loss then it’s a good idea to schedule a hearing test. A hearing test will reveal the severity of your hearing loss and what types of hearing aids that suits your needs.
You are welcome to fill out your name and contact info, so we can set up an appointment at a hearing clinic close to you. The hearing test takes approximately one hour, and you will have the chance to ask as many questions as you need and even try some of the hearing aid technology.
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7. Connect your hearing aid to a Bluetooth device
If you choose a hearing aid with Bluetooth, then you can connect it to your TV so that you can hear the TV audio directly in your hearing aid. This means that you get the sound directly in your hearing aid so that it is easier to hear.
It is also possible to connect a hearing aid to other Bluetooth devices, such as mobile phones and music players. If your type of hearing aid has a connectivity feature and you have an iPhone, then your hearing aids can double as a wireless headset, so that you can listen to music and have a hands-free phone conversation.