Awaken your natural hearing intelligence with HANSATON hearing aids
Hearing loss usually means that certain sound signals are no longer transmitted to the brain so the brain is missing information making it much more difficult to understand words. Often you can hear that someone is talking, but you can’t hear the words clearly.
The early use of hearing aids can help keep your brain stimulated by giving it the information it needs to understand speech.
Hearing aids come in a variety of shapes and sizes. Each HANSATON hearing aid has been carefully designed to be comfortable and durable as well as extremely stylish. Most of our designs are both small and water resistant, so they can easily fit in your life.
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Hearing Aids Connect to Your Smartphone
Turn your hearing aid devices into discrete wireless headphones for hands-free phone calls. Answer a phone call or listen to music streaming directly to your hearing aids. Connect two phones or tablets at once. Enjoy the freedom!
With some HANSATON hearing aids, you can control mobile phone devices with a simple double tap on your ear.
You can personalize your listening experience with your smartphone. The basic features on the HANSATON app are very easy to use and the more advanced features provide even more specialized customization.
Customized for You
HANSATON hearing aids have tiny computers in them with millions of possible combinations of settings. These settings are adjusted by your hearing healthcare professional to match our specific hearing loss and your specific hearing needs – to match your lifestyle.
For example, some of the features on the hearing aids are designed to increase the volume of sounds around you, some are designed to focus on speech, some others are designed to reduce noises.
Customization is key to get just the right fit for you.
What to expect with a new hearing aid
Taking home your new pair of hearing aids is an exciting day. You’ve most likely gotten used to living with hearing difficulties and have missed out on many of life’s wonderful sounds. With your new hearing aid, you’ll hear lots of soft subtle sounds of your surroundings you’d been missing again. However, this sudden sensory overload can sometimes be overwhelming at first.
When it comes to your first few weeks with a new hearing aid, it’s important to be patient. There will be a period of adjustment as you get used to hearing again. Here are some tips:
- Give your ears and brain some time to get used to hearing again.
- Wear your hearing aids regularly.
- Practice in quieter locations, then progress to louder situations.
- Read aloud to yourself to get used to hearing your own voice again.
- Start with family or friends – those with familiar voices.
- Write down any things you may want to personalize for your hearing experience so you can discuss them with your hearing healthcare professional.
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