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It’s not just about chocolate boxes and red roses; Valentine’s Day is the perfect time to celebrate your love for one another! Hearing loss doesn’t have to get in the way of romance this February 14. Maintaining communication is the key to any successful relationship. According to studies about hearing loss, intimacy and sexuality can be greatly impacted.

Men and Women Can Agree on One Thing—Inexpensive Hearing Aids

We all know men and women differ in many ways, but regardless of gender everyone should be able to acknowledge hearing loss.

People avoid getting hearing aids for all sorts of reasons, but Harold Rousey, resident psychiatrist at the Menninger Foundation in Kansas, found that men with hearing loss may fear loss of potency and women may fear loss of attractiveness. With affordable hearing aids, like the discreet Audicus Uno device that is completely in ear, there is no reason to put off enjoying time with the one you love.

In any relationship, a lack of effective communication can be painful for both partners and detrimental to the relationship as a whole. But in a relationship where one or both partners is affected by hearing loss, this issue can become even more exaggerated, placing a strain on the relationship. Creating an open and nurturing space for discussion about all issues and feelings is important, but especially about hearing loss. Acknowledging hearing loss can be intimidating and scary. This process is different for every person and it’s important to hear what it means to your partner to allow you both to take stock of your individual needs. This is necessary whether your trepidation about hearing aids relates to money, aesthetics, aging, or something else entirely.

Enjoy a Romantic Getaway Without Hearing Loss Getting in the Way

There is nothing more enjoyable than getting a little alone time away from all of the stress of daily life to truly enjoy one another’s company. Whether you are flying to a tropical destination, or just traveling to a bed and breakfast a few miles away, showing your partner that you want to take the time to be with only them is what really counts.

Go Out On The Town (With Your Hearing Aids!)

If you can’t manage to escape on a dream vacation, heading out to a candlelit dinner or to see some live music can be equally enchanting. New hearing aid technologies, including Bluetooth connected devices dissolve any worry of being able to hear your significant other while also enjoying the band in the background.

An important fact to bear in mind if your partner has hearing loss; a hard-of-hearing person may take up to five seconds to process the answer to a simple yes or no question. With the immediacy-obsessed world we live in, it can be hard to practice patience in every conversation. This Valentine’s Day is a great opportunity to slow things down, and get reacquainted with the person you fell in love with.

The Best Hearing Aids can Reawaken Your Relationships

If you have been struggling to connect with any of your loved ones, be it your spouse, children, or close friends, consider hearing aids. They will take away the stress of focusing on what is being said and let you pay attention to who is saying it. Hearing aids bring you closer to the ones you love.

By: Becca Blasdel