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This entry was posted on 6th June 2017 by Gary.
Hearing aids for glasses wearers can sometimes be a problem. Some people feel apprehensive about the idea of wearing a hearing aid with their glasses. They worry that it would be uncomfortable or may cause disruption in using either.
We have put together this smart little guide to help those with glasses make an informed decision on which hearing aid could be right for them
Wearing hearing aids and glasses has become a popular combination, especially for the elderly, as they often need both to cope with normal daily activities. With a bit of care and the right choice of both glasses frames & hearing aid type, you can enjoy improved hearing with little fuss.
Hearing aids come in a variety of models and shapes. The most popular types are in the canal, behind the ear, and in the ear such as the HD 250 digital hearing aid.
In the ear and in the canal hearing aids pose no problem with wearing glasses as nothing goes behind the ear. Behind the ear hearing aids may cause some discomfort if not sited correctly but that in no way means that they are not a good choice for glasses wearers.
Many people who suffer from both hearing and visual problems would like to hide one of them and feel uneasy when their aid is visible. That is why some opt for very small and discreet hearing aids or choose contact lenses instead of spectacles. While this may be convenient for certain people, it is not a universal solution. There are different options for comfortably wearing both glasses and hearing aids depending on preference, type of hearing loss and hearing aid and glasses frames.
These hearing aids are positioned either in the ear bowl (in the ear hearing aids) or in the ear canal. In the ear and in the canal hearing aids can be slightly visible from the side. Completely in the Canal hearing aids cannot be seen at all. These hearing aids are very appropriate for people who look for the smallest possible device that will be invisible to others. Because no parts go behind the ear, they cause no problems with spectacles. Unfortunately, they are suitable mainly for mild and moderate hearing impairment, not severe hearing loss.
Some of our most popular models for discretion include:
Some people feel that combining behind the ear hearing aids with glasses would cause problems. Recently, behind the ear hearing aids have become smaller and they have become a favourite choice for the vast majority. Moreover, behind the ear hearing aids are suitable for all ages, all degrees of hearing impairment and due to their larger sized batteries endure much longer.
Wearing glasses with behind the ear hearing aids is not problematic if you are cautious when putting them on. First, you need to put your glasses on and then the hearing aid. You can use a mirror to adjust them if necessary. When taking off your spectacles, it is better to pull them forward rather than to the side to avoid dislodging the hearing aid.
For a BTE device why not try:
You can also use special clips and straps to connect the frames and the hearing aid to secure them together. That option is especially suitable for children and the elderly.
Don't forget to check out our digital hearing aids before making a decision on which device may be best suited for you.
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This entry was posted in Hearing Information and tagged hearing aids, Product review on 6th June 2017 by Gary.
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