A person with normal hearing doesn’t think for a second when walking from a crowded city street into a quiet office.Those with hearing aids, however, must constantly adjust their devices to match the current sound situation, unless they have hearing aids that auto-adapt.
In this week's Hearing Loss Diary, Audicus contributor Beth Connolly finally decides to get a hearing aid--more than a year after her initial diagnosis.
Advancements in technology harness the benefits of three-dimensional (3D) printing to make ear molds that fit snugly and correctly into the ear. With 3D printing, the current hearing aid fitting process may some day be completely eliminated.
In this week's Hearing Loss Diary, Audicus contributor Beth Connolly describes her first visits to doctors and audiologists where she received the official diagnosis of moderate hearing loss.