Hearing Aids for Left Ear, Hearing Aids for Seniors Rechargeable Hearing Amplifier with Noise Cancelling for Adults Hearing Loss, Digital Ear Hearing Assist Devices with Volume Control(Fleshcolor)
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For Hearing Loss
There are three types of hearing loss including: sensorineural hearing loss, conductive hearing loss and mixed hearing loss. Most people lose at least some degree of their hearing as they age, and by the time they reach age 65 and older, one in three people has some type of hearing impairment.
Tinnitus ("TIN-a-tus" or "Tin-EYE-tus") is the medical term for the sensation of hearing sound in your ears or head when no external sound is present. In most cases, tinnitus is a subjective noise, meaning only the person experiencing it can hear it. Typically, people describe the sound as "ringing in the ears," though others describe it as hissing, buzzing, whistling, clicking, roaring and even chirping. Tinnitus can be sporadic or constant, with volume ranging from subtle to debilitating. Tinnitus affects 50 million Americans.
Hearing help for Veterans
2.7 million Number of Veterans affected by hearing loss or tinnitus, 30 percent Veterans are 30% more likely to have hearing loss than non-Veterans. Exposure to loud noise is common in the military. Current and former members have a high risk of hearing loss and tinnitus. But help is available.
Q: How do I know if my hearing aid batteries need changing?
A: Depending on how often you use your hearing aids, you may need to change batteries once a month. You should change your hearing aid batteries if either of these occur:
Sound becomes distorted or you have to turn up the volume on your hearing aid more than normal.
The “low-battery” beep or voice sound comes on, indicating that the battery is getting low and should be changed.
Q: How can I maximize my hearing aid battery's life?
A: Once you remove the protective seal from a battery, it begins to discharge power. However, there are things you can do to help minimize battery drainage:
When not wearing your hearing aid, turn it off or open the battery door. Note: you should always open the battery door at night to allow moisture to escape and to help keep the battery from corroding.
If you won't be using the hearing aid for an extended period of time, take the battery out completely. You can store it in the protective case for your hearing aids.
Avoid storing batteries and hearing aids in extreme temperatures, hot or cold, as they can quickly drain battery power and shorten a battery's lifespan.
Battery type and size: A13
Max sound out put:115+/- 3dB
Sound gain:>= 25dB+/- 3dB
Total harmonic wave distortion:<= 3%
Hearing aid x 1（For Left Ear）
Earplugs with 3 size x 6
Brush x 1
Manual x 1
A13 Battery x 1
SMALL AND INVISIBLE: This stylish designed and invisible sound amplifier is extremely small and light weight, you will not have any uncomfortable even wear it all days. Works with A13 batteries, the BTE devices is more stable than rechargeable device.
EASY TO USE: The volume knob has 4 levels, 4 of which are the maximum volume. To increase the volume, turn up the volume control wheel, To lower the volume, lower the volume control wheel, easy to operate.
SUITABLE FOR A VARIETY OF SCENARIOS: 2 working modes switch(Normal/ Noise Reduction ) to meet different environments. Press the N-H switch for adjusting mode. Hope you can feel love and joy in daily life again.
ENJOY CLEAR CONVERSATIONS: Invented by a Board Certified ENT Surgeon, these fully digital, medical-grade hearing aids are precisely tuned to the range of sounds associated with the human voice and can assist 94% of Americans with mild to moderately-severe hearing loss.
GIFT DESIGN: Exquisite packaging and complete accessories. Hearing Amplifiers with a modern design for a near invisible look.
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