Miami Hearing Aid MisConception

Posted on June 28, 2010. Filed under: Hearing Aid Reviews, hearing health | Tags: , , , , |

There is a common misconception in Miami that hearing aids never work.  You have also heard that the remedy to hearing loss is to insert a hearing aid into your hearing canal, a study by the Consumer Reports proves.

An investigation Consumer Reports conducted had three parts, where twelve individuals who had hearing loss for 6 months were observed shopping for hearing aids. Consumer Reports carried out a nationwide survey of 1,100 individuals, including people from Miami, that purchased a hearing aid within 3 months and reported their findings of forty-four hearing aids.

Consumer reports Editor Tobie Stanger stated “The explanation of why so many hearing aids wind up in storage is individuals don’t comprehend the adapting an individual will need to carry out to receive the most out of them,” Stanger explains. “Anticipations need to always be tempered. Hearing aids are certainly not like eyeglasses. An individual can’t instantly wear them and hear just like you did previously. The mind must adjust.”

Miami Hearing health is very important and should be observed so some remedies for hearing loss include meeting with your local Miami hearing aid center to diagnose your hearing loss, getting a hearing exam, getting the correct hearing aid and making sure that it is installed properly. Make sure the hearing aid is tested in real life situations and follow up with you hearing aid physician to make sure everything works properly.

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