In the eyes of many young people, they all think that wearing hearing aids is to admit that they are disabled, so they often have hearing loss, but they still don’t choose to wear hearing aids, which eventually leads to more and more serious hearing loss, until they can hardly hear.

But actually, to be able to hear and hear clearly is only a demand for the ears. Do you think that meeting the demand for hearing is a manifestation of disability?

The idea that wearing a hearing aid equals disability is deeply rooted in the hearts of a group of people. From the very beginning, they used a different perspective on hearing aids, which is a conceptual mistake.

Hearing and vision are the same. Only in a good range can you hear clearly and see clearly. According to daily work or life needs, a person with myopia of 150 degrees will also choose to wear glasses. Why? It’s just because you can see clearly with glasses and meet your daily needs. Shouldn’t it be the same with hearing aids? Do you have to wait until you’re almost deaf and you can’t hear what others are saying before you interfere and wear a hearing aid? By this time, it’s already late!

As a matchmaker, I usually start from two points about whether patients need to wear hearing aids.

First hearing test.

Through the results of pure tone hearing test and language hearing test, to determine whether the hearing loss degree of hearing aids needs to be worn is reached.

In general, when your hearing loss reaches 40 decibels or above, we will recommend you to wear hearing aids. By the way, the normal hearing is between 0-25 decibels, and some people can hear – 10 decibels. Once it exceeds 25 decibels, it means that you have hearing loss. After hearing loss occurs, You need to pay attention to your listening.

The second life situation of oneself.

Generally, in addition to the above series of examination results, I will also ask the patients about their daily life and communication.

Most people will choose to wear hearing aids when they have more than 40 decibels of hearing loss, but I have also encountered a case where they have reached moderate and severe hearing loss, and they think that the older people, < br >
Because of his own living habits, he hardly goes out to negotiate or watch TV on weekdays. He eats, sleeps and reads newspapers to kill time on weekdays. Therefore, he thinks it is unnecessary to wear hearing aids. Although his children have persuaded him several times, he is still determined not to wear them. In this case, we have no choice but to follow the patients Own will.

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