Can My Hearing Aid Restore Lost Hearing?

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Can My Hearing Aid Restore Lost Hearing?

Is this the same way with how hearing aids (see our selection if you are looking for one) can restore hearing loss? Continue reading to find out.

Let’s not prolong the question any longer. The simple answer is no. But before you go and close this page, you might want to know what it can rather do. Here are the benefits and uses of hearing aids.

1. Relieve tinnitus

Tinnitus is a condition wherein the patient hears ringing or buzzing sounds. While it is not a condition in itself, it is almost always a symptom of an underlying condition. Tinnitus can be very bothering and uncomfortable, which may affect the productivity and lifestyle of someone who is experiencing it. These sensations can be eliminated with the use of hearing aids.

2. Slow down cognitive decline

Many studies have linked hearing loss to dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. In fact, these medical conditions were seen to be very great in those who do not wear hearing aids. It has been said that a reduce in hearing can actually speed up the gradual decline in the auditory areas of our brain that makes speech more understandable.

3. Boosts job performance

Having difficulty hearing one’s colleagues and superiors can greatly affect the work performance. This is because misunderstanding and unresponsiveness may ultimately lead to unproductiveness. Instructions may be misheard and attending meetings may become very challenging for you.

4. Impart better social and overall quality of life

This is perhaps the most useful benefit of hearing aids in one’s life. With hearing aids, you are able to hear sounds that you wouldn’t want to miss. You can easily converse with your friends and family without giving them a hard time. You can listen to sounds that can serve as destressors. You are also able to listen to different kinds of music. And who doesn’t love music, right? There’s so much that you would be missing out without proper hearing.

5. Provide safety

Having hearing loss can be considered a disability. There are cases that hearing health is vital to ensure safety. Take for instance driving. Getting behind the steering wheel while experiencing hearing loss is very risky. Luckily, hearing aids is your simple solution.

6. Allow high-tech functionality

Devices today are all interconnected. Your hearing aids can be connected to your car, to your TV, and even to your smartphones! You can easily answer a call and you can properly hear what’s playing on the screen with the help of your hearing aid. Moreover, most types of hearing aids even have noise filtering technology that helps reduce the background sounds so that you can experience the most natural-sounding hearing.

While hearing aids cannot completely restore normal hearing to the degree of your previous capacity, it can still help you enjoy a lifetime of sound. Don’t let this opportunity to hear again pass. For more information about hearing aids, you may contact Listening Lab at +65 6817 5100 (click to dial) or visit our branches in Singapore (click here for the exact locations).

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