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Men Who Want to Stay Active, Feel Younger, and Remain Socially and Professionally Engaged Should Address Hearing Loss, BHI Advises
Date:5/23/2013

Many men enjoy and keep pace with the latest in consumer electronics. It's surprising, then, to find that so many men are not fully aware of the technological revolution that has occurred in the hearing aid marketplace in the past few years. Unfortunately, the lack of awareness of recent advances holds many back from dealing with their hearing health.

To be informed healthcare consumers, men need to realize that today's state-of-the-art hearing aids are highly effective, sleek, and sophisticated wearable electronics that can help them stay actively connected—not only to life, but also to their other prized electronics, from smartphones to home entertainment systems.

Here are five little-known facts about today's modern hearing aids that active, youthful-minded men should know:

(1)   They're virtually invisible. Many of today's hearing aids sit discreetly and comfortably inside your ear canal, providing both natural sound quality, and discreet and easy use.

(2)   They automatically adjust to all kinds of soundscapes. Whether it's the rustling of sheets and whispers on the pillow that you're after, easy conversation in a crowded restaurant, or the chirp of crickets on a late summer's evening, recent technological advances have made hearing aids far more versatile than ever before—and in a broad range of sound environments.

(3)   You can do water sports and sweat while wearing them. Waterproof, digital hearing aids have arrived. This new feature is built into some newly designed hearing aids for those concerned about water, humidity, and dust. This feature suits the active lifestyles of swimmers, skiers, snowboarders, intensive sports enthusiasts, and anyone working in dusty, demanding environments.

(4)   They love your smartphone, home entertainment system, and other prized electronics. Wireless, digital hearing aids are now the norm. That means s
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