Our ears were engineered to work together to allow for the best possible hearing and understanding. Binaural listening is impaired when one experiences a hearing loss in one or both ears.
When a hearing professional finds a hearing loss in one or both of your ears, it’s always better to get two aids, even though it may be less expensive to get just one. One hearing aid alone cannot provide the same ear-to-ear experience as two and will not offer the user the same listening experience. Two hearing aids will also enable easier audibility and directional sound detection.
So what are some of the benefits to wearing two hearing aids?
Simply noticing how the sounds around you make you feel allows you to make changes accordingly. Simple changes can go a long way toward improving your mood and your overall health.
Talk to us today to see how we can help you preserve your hearing and health from noise pollution.