5 Quick Tips For Better Hearing

Hearing loss no longer has to be a constant burden in your life. Modern medical-grade hearing aids are 50 times faster — and 100 times smaller — than they were just five years ago. This means they scan the environment over 100 times a second to determine speech, noise, and directionality.

These incredible devices are now as small as coffee beans and offer Bluetooth and smartphone connectivity, keeping you as connected as someone with normal hearing. Once you start wearing them, you’ll wonder why you waited so long to act.

Here are five quick tips to help you go from thinking to acting.

Tip 1: Act Now

woman wearing a BTE hearing aid
woman wearing a BTE hearing aid

Most people wait an average of seven years to treat their hearing loss. Why is that a big deal? Because a Johns Hopkins medical study has reported that even moderate hearing loss can triple the risk for dementia. Hearing loss is progressive, so the longer you wait, the worse it gets. The sooner you act, the sooner you can lower your risk for dementia, and other health issues, too. Modern hearing aids provide excellent sound reception for most levels of hearing loss, and are often so small, they’re invisible.

Tip 2: Test drive modern medical-grade hearing aids

woman holding an ITE hearing aid
woman holding an ITE hearing aid

You want to spend money on something you know actually works before you buy it, right? We get it.

The great news is you can test drive modern hearing aids with us for 45 days, with no risk, no obligation. As part of the trial, you’ll have professional hearing test with one of our 2,000 licensed professionals across the U.S. You’ll then be fitted with the right type of hearing aid with the right technology level that matches your lifestyle and budget. We’ll be in constant contact with you to ensure you’re getting the most out of your devices and answer any questions you have along the way.

Tip 3: Invest time to retrain your brain

woman reading a book outside
woman reading a book outside

Wearing hearing aids actually retrains your brain to recognize sounds. So the more time you invest wearing your hearing aids, the more your brain will adjust. After only a few weeks, you’ll perceive the “new” sounds as normal and experience a 360-degree world of sound. You’ll truly get back everything you’ve been missing!

Tip 4: Pay attention to your environment

Women at cafe
Women at cafe

As you adjust to your hearing aids, pay attention to the sounds that have been missing — a tree rustling, children’s voices, birds chirping. As you recognize more and more sounds, hearing will become effortless again. Take note of how relaxed you are throughout your day now that you can listen and understand conversations stress-free. Your family and friends will be unaware of the tiny devices in or behind your ears, but will perceive you as more awake, relaxed, and happier.

Tip 5: Relax and be patient

women walking in a park
women walking in a park

Change can be hard, but modern hearing aids do the work for you!

These high-performance computers take the stress out of listening, which lets you relax and rely on the small technological miracles as you move to different locations throughout your day. They automatically adjust to your environment and the sounds around you whether you’re at home or in a noisy restaurant. No longer do you have to concentrate on listening — you can just finally enjoy the conversation!

What hear.com can do for you

We’re offering you the unique opportunity to test any of our modern hearing aids for 45 days with zero risk or obligation under the care of one of our 2,000+ local and qualified experts. If you’re not satisfied, return your devices within 45 days and receive your money back. But we have a feeling like many others suffering from hearing loss, you’ll be saying, “I wish I’d done this sooner.”

Isn’t it time you invested in yourself?

Yes, I want to try modern hearing aids and change my life!
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