Give your ear considerate care with hearing aid

We all know that prolonged exposure to loud noise is harmful to our hearing, right? Many studies have come up with the same conclusion, and many children ears’ hair cells already have permanent damaged by exposure to loud. Hearing loss is probably more common than you think; it’s become one of the leading health problems in the world. It’s not just your Grandma and Grandpa’s problem. Children, young adults, workers etc. all have this problem.

Researching hearing aids is often very overwhelming for consumers due to the fact there are so many different types of hearing aids. So what are the different types of hearing aids?
We live in a digital age. Everything has gone digital from cell phones, TVs to kitchen appliances. And let’s not forget hearing aids! Digital hearing aids have been on the market now for many years, With the introduction of digital technology, hearing aids have become smaller, more powerful, more automated and indispensable, So, what exactly does it mean if hearing aids are digital?

Now let’s discuss a digital hearing aid.

This digital hearing aid use 2 X alkaline lell Battery, Max sound output: 130±5dB; Sound gain: ≥50dB; Total harmonic wave distortion: ≤5%; Frequency range: 300~4000Hz; Input noise: ≤30dB; Voltage: d.c.1.5V; Current: ≤4mA, When you see the film, watch the play, have meeting, or have classes, this product can help you to hear the sound clearly and loudly, could protect you from big noise at the same time.
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Tips of care hearing aid:
1. when you remove your hearing aids every time, wipe them off with a clean, dry cloth or tissue. Do not use alcohol swabs or cleaning solvents as these may damage the material your hearing aid is made of.
2. Apply any hair products – such as sprays or gels — and face creams before you put your hearing aids in for the day. If you wash your face with a cleanser at night, take your hearing aids out before you do. These materials can clog the microphone and may also be damaging to the plastic material.
3.  Keep your hearing aids free of earwax/ cerumen. This yellow substance can clog the microphone and receiver, blocking the sound to your ear.  Large amounts of earwax can create a crackling, static or feedback sound.