Benefits of Hearing Aids

Today’s hearing aids do so much more than just help you to hear better, they are a mini-computer for your ears. Circa AI is not only our best sounding hearing aid ever, it’s the world’s first hearing aid that monitors brain and body activity and provides convenient features that can help simplify your life.

Hearing aids connect you to the ever-changing world around you, allowing you to do the things you love to do with the people you love to do them with. Today’s hearing aids are called healthables and help you to live a more fulfilled life. You can enjoy the sense of freedom that you get with our hearing aids. They can detect falls and alert your loved ones, monitor your heart rate, remind you to take your medication, translate over 27 languages in real-time, and of course deliver superior sound quality.

You no longer have to worry about going out to social situations and getting frustrated because you can’t hear. You won’t have to ask others to repeat because our hearing aids will amplify the sounds you want to hear while reducing background noise. With our hearing aids, we encourage you to go to dinner with friends in noisy restaurants or go to the local bar to hear your favorite band rock out. It’s time to take charge of your hearing health!

Hearing aids have been proven to slow down cognitive decline and decrease your risk of dementia.  A growing body of evidence points to a strong connection between hearing health and overall health. People who treat their hearing loss not only hear better, they lower their risk for serious health issues such as cognitive decline and dementia.

Some other benefits of hearing aids can be a more positive outlook and more satisfying relationships. You may experience a reduction in anxiety and gain more confidence in public situations. Treating your hearing loss has many benefits and will allow you to enjoy life.

Benefits of wearing hearing aids may include:
  • Reduced mental fatigue
  • Decreased feelings of isolation and depression
  • Improved ability to do several things at once
  • Improved memory, attention and focus
  • Improved communication skills