Misc. Hearing Aids

Hearing aids are small electronic devices that amplify the sound level. They are designed for people with hearing impairments or partially deaf persons. These hearing assistive devices fit on the ear and enable users to hear sounds which they were previously deprived of. Health Products For You offers a vast assortment of handy and useful hearing aids like silhouette and neckloops, hearing protection, handset lifter, ear tips and cushions, bluetooth transmitter and many others. These products are from leading manufacturers like Clearsounds Communications, Bellman & Symfon, Serene Innovations, Jodi vac, Future Call, etc.

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Benefits of using Hearing Aids

Hearing aids play a significant role in psychological, emotional, social and physical well-being of a person. Some of the benefits that people with hearing aids can get are mentioned below:

  • Ease in communication 
  • Greater control over life 
  • Boosts up self confidence 
  • More emotional stability 
  • Better mental health 
  • Increased social participation 
  • More independent and confident 
  • Better relationships with friends and family 
  • Improved concentration 
  • Better performance in job 
  • Reduced misunderstandings

How do Hearing Aids work?

There are three stages in working of hearing aids. Each of them is described below:

  • Stage 1: Just like a normal ear, hearing aids are also designed to receive sounds from the outer world. To achieve that, these hearing assistive devices include microphones as a part of their construction. Once the microphones take sounds, they transform them into vibrations and electrical impulses. 
  • Stage 2: At this stage sound signals are too weak to be heard by users. Therefore, these signals are amplified by the amplifiers present in the hearing aids to convert them into audible sound. 
  • Stage 3: Final part is usually the speaker, which takes the amplified signals and produces sound. The sound level can be calibrated in many models according to the degree of deafness and specific user requirements.