Start with a hearing test to understand your current hearing status.
Just like getting an eye exam before getting glasses, it's crucial to check your hearing before getting hearing aids. The audiologist will recommend and help us determine the type of hearing aid based on the degree of hearing loss.
Only by selecting the right type of hearing aid based on this foundation can we then match the necessary listening functions according to our listening habits.
Determine your listening needs to match the corresponding features.
When choosing a hearing aid, consider your actual needs. We usually advise users to personalize their hearing aids based on age, environment, lifestyle, work scenarios, and economic conditions.
Several purchasing perspectives can help guide you:
Do you often find yourself in noisy outdoor environments?
Whether you're frequently in a bustling market, enjoying outings with friends, or socializing in noisy restaurants, you need a hearing aid that can independently process speech sounds and environmental sounds, providing clear distinction and effortless perception.
Do you listen to music or watch short videos frequently?
Whether for work or leisure, if you often need to listen to music, watch short videos, or enjoy TV shows and movies, Bluetooth connectivity is a must-have feature.
Do you frequently need to answer phone calls?
For many seniors, multitasking is a part of life. Hands-free calling and touch-sensitive answering functions can make their lives much easier.
Simply touch a button on the device to answer or end a call, freeing up your hands and transforming your hearing aid into a Bluetooth headset. Now you can chop vegetables while chatting on the phone without holding your mobile.
Do you want a more aesthetically pleasing and discreet hearing aid?
If your leisurely retirement lifestyle demands a more comfortable and discreet hearing aid, a custom-fit design that seamlessly blends with both ears is ideal for you.
Do you frequently travel for business or leisure?
If regular business trips or spontaneous vacations are your norm, a rechargeable feature can save you a lot of hassle.
Choose a compact, discreet, and rechargeable hearing aid with a charging case, acting like a power bank, ensuring your hearing aid stays charged wherever you go, eliminating the need for carrying and changing batteries.
By considering your actual lifestyle and actively communicating with your audiologist, you can determine the right features for your hearing aid, allowing you to hear better.