Hearing aids are not worn at home, can you go out and wear them?
Many elderly people who use hearing aids have this habit. They feel that the environment at home is relatively quiet, they can barely hear their family members, there is no need to use hearing aids, and they only wear hearing aids when they go out. This is actually very wrong. The ear is responsible for collecting the sound information and transmitting it to the brain. The brain responds appropriately by collecting various sensory information. If the brain wants to make accurate judgments and analysis, the ear must pass the information to the brain without interruption. Being able to barely hear the family without listening to the hearing aid does not mean that you can hear all the audio of the sound source. You can’t hear the sound as the only factor to determine whether the hearing aid should be worn.
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