Just a month into using your hearing aids, and suddenly you're experiencing reduced sound clarity? It could be due to a variety of reasons. Let's explore these factors and, while we're at it, introduce you to our exceptional Chosgo hearing aids.

  • Moisture Affecting Your Hearing Aids: If you're in a humid environment or you've been sweating a lot during the summer, or even in a place with drastic temperature changes like in the winter, moisture can find its way into your hearing aids. This moisture can degrade their performance and lead to a decrease in volume. To safeguard your hearing aids against moisture-related issues, check out our range of Chosgo hearing aids here.

  • Earwax Blockage: Prolonged wear can lead to earwax blockages, which can muffle the sound. Regular earwax cleaning is essential to ensure optimal hearing. If earwax blocks the sound outlet, it can make your hearing aids seem quieter. Make sure to keep your ears clean and free from blockages.

  • Adjusting to New Sounds: When you first start using hearing aids, it's crucial to begin with lower volumes. Hearing aids aren't like natural ears, and the amplified sounds can be overwhelming initially. Your brain needs time to adapt to these new signals. If you're a first-time user and feel that the sound has diminished, it may just be a matter of adjustment. Our experts can help fine-tune your experience.

  • Low Battery Power: Always ensure your hearing aid batteries are charged or replaced when needed. Low battery levels can significantly impact performance. If you're using SmartU Rechargeable Hearing Aids, remember to recharge them promptly using our efficient system, available here.

  • Physical Damage: Hearing aids are electronic devices and can be vulnerable to physical damage from accidental drops or rough handling. Even playful kids can unknowingly cause harm. If you suspect your hearing aids are damaged, it might explain the sudden decrease in sound quality.

  • Changing Hearing Loss: Hearing aids can't cure hearing loss, but they can slow its progression. Hearing loss can be influenced by various factors, and there's no guarantee that hearing aids will prevent further decline. If you're experiencing changes in your hearing, it's a natural occurrence. In this case, it's advisable to visit a hearing center for a hearing test and adjustments. Explore our range of cic rechargeable hearing aids here.

In conclusion, your hearing experience may be influenced by several factors, but Chosgo hearing aids are here to help you navigate through these challenges and make the most of your hearing. Don't hesitate to contact our experts for assistance and guidance.