Protect What’s Precious -- Your Hearing
Over the next few weeks, we will cover the many ways in which Signia hearing aids and their advanced technology help people who are hard of hearing. Let’s begin with a general overview.
Did you know that one out of every six people lives with some degree of hearing loss? And that almost two out of three people with hearing loss are younger than 65?* Yet too many of these folks wait for years before they do something about it. The earlier you take a hearing test and address any hearing loss, the better your hearing will be later in life.
Our hearing is a miracle of nature. It can make us laugh and fall in love, give us answers, and keep us safe. That’s why we here at Signia continuously work to help you protect and improve your hearing in every way possible.
What is hearing loss?
No two kinds of hearing loss are the same. Some forms make it hard to hear high-pitched sounds, while others make it difficult to understand lower pitches. Potential causes include aging, noise exposure, injuries, infections, or chronic illnesses. If you have experienced any of the following signs of hearing loss, it’s probably time to have your hearing tested:
- Decreased attention
- Trouble communicating with others
- Irritability, stress, depression
- Withdrawal from social life
- Memory loss
- Reluctance to embrace the unknown
- Declining job performance
The choice is yours
There is no “one size fits all” answer to hearing loss, because every person affected is unique — and is uniquely affected. Our hearing aids offer ideal solutions tailored to your individual degree of hearing loss, your specific ear anatomy, and your personal lifestyle.
Our hearing aids are available in different styles and performance levels. From effortless hearing at the essential level to better than normal hearing** and exclusive music programs at the premium level, Signia meets all your needs. Your hearing care professional will be happy to advise you on our full product range.
* Source: hear-it.org referenced on 29/05/2017.
** Two independent studies have shown that Signia hearing aids with binaural processing provide better than normal hearing capabilities in certain demanding listening environments.