The Best Hearing Aids for Seniors

In the Australia around 12 million people (approx. 18% of the population) suffer from hearing loss. The cause of most hearing loss is ageing and hearing aids for seniors almost becomes a necessity. As we age, we lose our ability to hear soft sounds, especially in the high frequencies (treble range).

The result is that you may feel people are mumbling. You may have to creep up the volume on your TV too loud. In noisy environments, you may feel yourself straining to follow a conversation. Often, people report that in a restaurant or café environment, the effort they put into listening is tiring. They find themselves disengaging.
Our brains process our hearing, and as our hearing deteriorates, not enough sound data reaches the brain to make sense of the incoming speech. The brain will try and fill in the gaps in the sound data. This takes a lot of effort and explains why you may find what should be a pleasurable conversation tiring.

By treating age-related hearing loss with hearing aids, you allow the right amount of sound to reach the brain. As a result, understanding speech becomes easier and social environments become less frustrating (or tiring) and pleasurable again.

What Are the Best Hearing Aids for Seniors with Age-Related Hearing Loss?

Hearing Aid technology improves with each new release of hearing aids by the manufacturers. There are different types of hearing aids ranging from ones that go behind the ear (BTE and RIC) and ones that go in the ear (IIC, CIC, ITC and ITE).

Below we introduce some suitable hearing aids for the elderly

Motion 3/5/7NX

MOTION CHARGE&GO X

PURE CHARGE&GO X

PURE 312 X

MOTION SP

ITE HEARING AID

MOMMENT WIDEX

SIGNIA ACTIVE

Oticon XCEED

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