Here are the few tips for your hearing problem while you’re on trip.
Know Your Device Your hearing aids likely come with a lot of features — some you might not have fully known just yet. Options may include music streaming, geo tagging, and operating the devices through your compatible smart phone. Take time now to get to truly understand your hearing device technology for a better experience…
Know Your Device
Your hearing aids likely come with a lot of features — some you might not have fully known just yet. Options may include music streaming, geo tagging, and operating the devices through your compatible smart phone. Take time now to get to truly understand your hearing device technology for a better experience when you’re travelling.
Pack Extra Batteries
Extra supply is always helpful especially when you’re away from your hearing specialist. Replicate the same home care tips when in travel also. Remove the batteries from the sockets and open the sockets to the air when you aren’t using. It is better to carry fast rechargeable batteries to avoid the discomfort
Remember Your Storage Container
Your hearing device need specific storage when you aren’t using. In order to prevent the spoilage or damage, protect them from moisture, pets, and kids.
Take Extra Wax Guard
Your hearing device’s wax guard acts as an important protector against a damaging buildup wax in your ears. If it’s been late more than a month since you last altered out the wax guard, take care of this easy maintenance task before you go, and pack a couple of extra guards.
Add a Quick-Cleaning Kit
Dust and dirt can ruin your hearing aid devices, but a small cleaning kit is just the thing. Wipe and clean the ear mold with a soft, dry cloth; carefully brush over the microphone and battery contacts with a soft brush; and use a wax picker to remove earwax from the mold.
Carry Your Bluetooth Gear
From microphones to phone clips, TV streamers, and more, Bluetooth-enabled accessories that are compatible with your hearing devices can go a long way toward enhancing your communication and enjoyment. Make sure they’re part of your travel checklist.
Protect Your Hearing
The new surroundings can mean new or unexpected sounds — some of which may hit the maximum zone of 85 decibels or higher, which can harm your hearing senses. Avoiding excess volume when possible and bringing quality hearing protection that softens danger level sounds can help guard your hearing health while on the road.
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