Congratulations on your purchase of the Hearing Aids - And I want to talk to you about that.
Adjusting to your new hearing aid takes patience and a positive attitude. Try not become discouraged if things do not initially sound as you recall. Re-adjusting to the noisy world is a gradual process that requires motivation and dedication.
If you are new to hearing aids, medical studies show that your brain requires about two to three weeks to adjust to new hearing aids to where you are completely comfortable with your devices and can fully enjoy the benefits.
Be patient as you adjust to hearing sounds that you may not have heard in a long time. You may want to Start by only wearing your devices an hour a day and gradually extend the period of time.
You may also notice that your own voice sounds too loud. This is very common, and most people get used to it over time. You may find that a quiet environment is more comfortable in the beginning of the adjustment period. Gradually introduce yourself to new listening environments.
The adjustment process to new hearing aids may be easier for some and more challenging for others. Regardless of the challenges you encounter, with perseverance, you will rediscover the treasure of hearing again.
The time you invest is worthwhile. Imagine being able to hear nature’s sounds, children's laughter, and loved one’s whisper again.