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There’s no reason you shouldn’t live a full, rich life merely because you have hearing loss. Yet, many individuals feel dissatisfied with their outdoor quality of life post-diagnosis. To reboot your outdoor activities, we first suggest getting hearing aids or other treatment for your specific diagnosis.

Select Durable and Efficient Devices

When selecting your hearing aid, make sure to ask about the durability of the device. While the latest bells and whistles may suit some, you may be looking for something more rugged for your outdoor quests. Or maybe your outdoor events involve concerts and large gatherings; here, you may want something that does not filter out background noise.

Be specific in your outdoor activities when speaking to your Audiologist about your hearing aid device choices.

Ask your audiologist questions like:

  • Can my chosen device withstand dirt, moisture, or physical damage?
  • Can I clean and maintain the device easily during and after my outdoor activity?
  • How much are replacements should my outdoor activity damage my hearing aids?
  • Which accessories should I purchase to ensure the longevity of my hearing aid?

Obtain Accessories For Your Outdoor Adventure

Use During an Activity

As you gear up for your outdoor activity, purchase additional accessories to care for your hearing aids, such as specialized clips. These clips attach your hearing aids to your clothing to prevent loss if they fall out while you are in motion.

Post Activity Care

After your outdoor activity, you need to care for your hearing aids. Purchase accessories such as a hearing aid dryer or dehumidifier. These accessories ensure all moisture is out of your device; you simply place your hearing aids inside the accessory while you sleep for complete care.

Might We Suggest In-The-Ear (ITE) Hearing Aids

Lovers of the great outdoors or those who like to relax quietly on the golf course have options in choosing an appropriate hearing aid for their preferred outdoor activities.

ITE (in-the-ear) hearing aids are designed to minimize the sound of the wind and other background noise and keep the outdoors completely serene. Your outer ear typically protects the ITE preventing external damage or falling out. Individuals with mild to moderate hearing loss will find ITE hearing aids particularly effective for outdoor activities.

Undoubtedly, you don’t have to restrict yourself to only indoor activities if you have hearing loss. Instead, take full advantage of a variety of devices fit for outdoor activities. Contact Isabella and her friendly team today by clicking http://www.isabellahearing.co.uk

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