When you get your hearing aids and start to wear them, there is a period of time where your ears will have to adjust. Whether this is your first pair of hearing aids or just a different set of hearing aids, there will always be a period of adjustment. You will hear sounds that you may not have heard in awhile, or you may think you sound funny, because you are hearing yourself clearly for the first time in a long time. Don’t be alarmed by the flooding of new sounds, your ears are working properly again! Give it time and have an open mind.
We want you to fully immerse yourself in your surroundings while wearing our hearing aids. Put yourself in busy and loud situations so you can hear for yourself the difference our hearing aids can make to your everyday life. When you first get your hearing aids, you can expect an adjustment period. Which is why we offer a 30-day full money back guarantee to ensure that you are paired with the correct hearing device. At first wearing hearing aids may be a bit uncomfortable and cumbersome, but over time you will get use to having a mini computer inside your ear.
So don’t rush it, take it slow and enjoy every moment! I should know better than anyone, I finally get to hear my daughter playing with the dog in the back yard. I can hear my coffee brewing in the morning. I no longer have to ask my husband to repeat himself when he is in the other room. All because I took the leap and went to get my hearing checked. My hearing aids are the latest technology and allow me to have a more connected life. My life has been forever changed, and I encourage you to seek help. The hearing experts at Southwestern Hearing will help you gain your hearing back. Which in turn, you gain your life back!
Call us today (888) 686-3658 to schedule your free hearing evaluation and demonstration.
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