Airpods have become one of the most popular earbuds in the market. They were initially intended for use with iPhones, iPads and other Apple devices but have quickly become used by people with all types of devices. The earbuds have also found a new use aside from entertainment. People with hearing loss are learning to benefit from the devices.
How Airpods Help People With Hearing Loss
Thanks to unique design features and software, you can turn Apple’s earbuds into assisted listening devices. One of the best ways to do this is with the Live Listen app. This program works with the earbuds to amplify sounds in the environment and deliver them directly to your ear. Live Listen can be especially beneficial for people with mild hearing loss who struggle to hear in noisy environments or during conversations with multiple people.
Another way that Airpods can be used instead of hearing aids is through their ability to customize the sound output to match the user’s hearing needs. You can boost sounds that you struggle to hear while minimizing sounds that may cause discomfort or pain. You can also reduce background noise, making it easier to focus on the sounds you want to hear.
Airpods or Hearing Aids?
With millions of people living with some level of hearing loss, it makes sense that many would want to get a multi-use device that can help them hear at a lower cost than traditional aids. So how do you know if that’s the right path for you?
For people with severe hearing loss, a more traditional aid is probably needed. Hearing aids are medical devices that are specifically tailored to address the unique hearing needs of individuals, so the results will be better.
The best thing to do is work with a doctor. They can assess the degree of hearing loss, recommend appropriate hearing aids or other assistive listening devices, and give you guidance on the use and care of hearing aids.
Take Control of Your Hearing
Regardless of how you choose to address your hearing problems, make it a priority. When you can’t hear well, it takes a toll on your life. You could have trouble communicating and even compromise your safety if you can’t hear important messages. Hearing loss can also harm your brain function and increase your risk for dementia. All of these concerns are good reasons to be proactive and find solutions for your hearing needs.
Hear Better with Airpods or Hearing Aids
Once you recognize the need for help with your hearing, get started improving your life. You can start by seeing how Airpods and Live Listen work in your life and look into hearing aids if you need a better solution. For help finding the right path forward, reach out to HEAR Center for advice.
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