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Should You Wear Hearing Aids All the Time?

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If you suffer from hearing loss, you might be wondering if it’s essential to wear your hearing aids all the time. Well, when you wear hearing aids, you can look forward to a wealth of benefits. As such, doesn’t it make sense to enjoy these benefits around the clock?

As you will soon learn in our guide to proper hearing aid use, you could be missing out on important details and life events by skipping even a few moments. People with hearing loss invest in hearing aids because they’re tired of not being able to hear clearly. It stands to reason, then, that you should want to continue hearing as often as possible.

Admittedly, there are times when you may simply forget to put them in. To help you remember how important it is to wear your hearing aids, keep reading.

How Many Hours a Day Should You Wear Hearing Aids?

As long as you are awake, you should ideally have your hearing aids in your ears. With that being said, the minimum amount of time that you should wear your hearing aids is 8 hours a day. When you first get your hearing aids, it may understandably take some time to get used to them. However, the more you use them, the more natural they will feel.

Why Wearing Your Hearing Aids All the Time Is Important

If you have frequent doctor visits, your hearing aid use is absolutely imperative. Sadly, many people with hearing loss neglect wearing their hearing aids to doctor appointments and miss out on critical information. The consequences of this could lead to serious health risks.

You should really wear your hearing aids all day without fail. If nothing else, never leave your house without first making sure that your hearing aids are securely in your ears. If you aren’t already in the habit of wearing your hearing aids around the clock, get used to them at all costs.

Your ability to hear is essential to your hearing health and well-being. And while your hearing aids may be uncomfortable at first, don’t let that deter you from wearing them every day. You’ll be amazed at how quickly you get used to them with prolonged use.

If for some reason your hearing aids aren’t getting any easier to wear, it’s time to seek the assistance of hearing professionals. You might need to upgrade to a newer model that provides a better fit. If you already own one of our high-quality Otofonix hearing aids, please don’t hesitate to reach out to our hearing professionals.

We are committed to ensuring that you have better hearing. We will be happy to assist you in making sure that your hearing aids fit comfortably and naturally.

Hearing Aids and Your Health

Did you know that wearing hearing aids can help prevent falls and injuries? This is because hearing aids help to keep you balanced. When you don’t wear your hearing aids throughout the day, you are putting your health at risk.

There’s more. We know that everyone experiences some degree of cognitive decline as they get older. But did you know that people with hearing loss are at greater risk of this? Even people with mild hearing loss are two times more likely to develop dementia than those without hearing loss. That’s frightening but true.

In addition, those who suffer from moderate hearing loss are three times more likely to experience dementia compared to people who hear clearly. While people with severe hearing loss are five times more likely to develop dementia than those who hear well.

Fortunately, the remedy for these concerns is easier than you think. All you have to do is wear your hearing aid regularly. Really, that’s it. Studies have found that people who address their hearing loss and start wearing aids can significantly reduce their risk of developing dementia.

Who Should Wear Hearing Aids?

Any person who can no longer clearly hear the speech from friends and family or sounds from the TV. These are usually the first signs that there’s a problem that needs to be addressed. By taking our free online hearing test, you can better determine where you stand with your hearing loss and what kind of hearing aids will best fit your needs.

What Are the Side Effects of Wearing Hearing Aids?

The most common side effects are discomfort and headaches. There is a brief adjustment period required for you and your ears to acclimate to how a hearing aid feels. But as we discussed a moment ago, the more you wear your hearing aid or hearing aids, the more natural it will feel to you.

Headaches are also short-lived. Some patients report ringing in their ears after starting hearing aids. This is just your brain getting adjusted to being able to hear again. This will soon pass, as well. Before you know it, you’ll enjoy better hearing in comfort.

Wrap Up

If you are concerned about these facts we just shared, please don’t delay in seeking hearing care. Better hearing is right around the corner and it’s easier than you think. If you are concerned with the rising costs of hearing aids, you’re not alone.

Many patients feel this way. However, it doesn’t mean that you should go without a hearing aid if you need to improve your hearing. Here at Otofonix, we specialize in affordable, high-quality hearing aid models.

Our selection of safe and effective hearing aids costs a fraction of expensive prescription brands. If you believe you need a hearing aid, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us.

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