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Breakthrough Technology in digital hearing aids: Discover the Nano X2

What you should know digital hearing aids: latest features

Digital hearing aids have enabled millions of people to live a more normal life. After all, hearing is one of the most important human senses. Nano hearing aids is a unique, revolutionary breed of hearing aids that delivers high-end reliability at a price that many people can actually afford. This reduced the cost barrier which previously hindered many people from obtaining the best possible hearing aids. Let’s discover the types of hearing loss that people frequently suffer from – and one of the latest solutions that has become quite popular worldwide…

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The Nano X2 Recharge Hearing Aid

It is considered breakthrough technology for those who suffer from hearing loss for several reasons: The Nano X2 Recharge – as it’s name suggests, is rechargeable, invisible, easy to use and affordable. These features combined are precisely why this hearing aid is fast becoming a best-seller.

Suitable for varying degrees of hearing loss:

What makes the Nano X2 Recharge special is that it is so powerful that it can be used by those who have either moderate or severe hearing loss. The hearing enhancer and the four two-directional microphones make sounds very clear. It also has noise filtering and noise cancelling technology and various frequencies that make it easier for users to hear in noisy environments.

The Nano X2 Recharge is also easy to use with its large up and down volume buttons. It is tiny and cannot be easily seen behind the ear. Even the wire-thin receiver tube is invisible. Discretion is assured for the users. The low-battery warning function makes it easier for users to recharge the device before it runs out.

The Nano X2 Recharge comes at a price that is a fraction of the traditional hearing aids. That is because the technology that is used to manufacture it is cheaper than the technology used in the older hearing aids. Another reason is that it is sold online so there are no middle-men to add to the cost.

Ensuring you obtain a digital hearing aid device that is a good fit:

Considering online reviews of a wide variety of hearing aids is always a good start. This way you can consider all the most popular aids such as the Nano X2, Banglijan, Siemens, Britzgo, Oticon, Phonak, Resound, Starkey and Widex. It is off course crucial to buy a device that is a great fit. With the Nano X2 recharge, users get 5 ear buds of different sizes so they will find one that fits. Should they fail to fit, they can return the device within 60 days for a full refund.

 

Why are the types and degrees of hearing loss factors to consider?

 

There are three types of hearing loss. Each one has different causes and each one is treated in a different manner.

  1. Conducive Hearing Loss

Conducive hearing loss is caused by problems with the ear drum, the ear canal or the middle ear and the little bones there. The problem could be malformation of the outer ear, the ear canal or the middle ear. Many babies who are born with hearing problems have any of these malformation problems. For other people conducive hearing loss may be caused by fluid in the middle ear due to colds, allergies, or infection of the middle ear. Infection may lead to accumulation of fluid which then interferes with the movement of the eardrum and the tiny bones of the middle ear. Hearing loss can also be caused by impacted earwax, a foreign object in the ear, a bony growth in one of the small bones in the middle ear, benign tumors, perforated eardrum or poor Eustachian tube function.

Depending on the cause, treatment of conducive hearing loss may include surgery to correct absence of ear canal or failure of ear canal to be open at birth or malformation or dysfunction of the middle ear structures or to remove bony growth or to remove a tumor. Treatment may also include antibiotic or antifungal medications or amplification of sound using a hearing aid or an implant.

  1. Sensorineural Hearing Loss

Sensorineural hearing loss is a nerve-related hearing loss problem in the inner ear. It is caused by either aging or head trauma or exposure to loud noise. It can also be caused by viruses, a tumor, autoimmune inner ear disease, inability to amplify sound, heredity, malformation of the inner ear or Ménière’s disease. The latter is a disease is an inner ear disorder of the inner ear that causes hearing loss, spinning sensation (which can lead to nausea and imbalance), ear pressure and ear ringing.

Treatment of sensorineural hearing loss may include corticosteroids for viral infection, and inflammation due to loud noise. Corticosteroids and/or other drugs can be used in the long term for autoimmune inner ear disease which causes bilateral progressive hearing loss. Autoimmune inner ear disease is when the body’s immune system attacks the inner ear structures. Emergency surgery may relieve inner ear fluid that accumulates after head trauma or sudden changes in air pressure. Fluctuating sensorineural hearing loss due to Ménière’s disease or unknown causes is usually treated with low sodium diet, corticosteroids and diuretics. If hearing loss is caused by a disease, management of the disease will correct the hearing loss. When sensorineural hearing loss is irreversible, it may be corrected with hearing aids.

  1. Mixed Hearing Loss

This type of hearing loss is caused by a combination of problems in the outer and middle ear and nerve problems in the inner ear. Any of the factors that cause conducive hearing loss and sensorineural hearing loss may be involved.

Treatment of mixed hearing loss generally starts with treatment of conducive hearing loss and treating medically what can be treated. For whatever hearing loss that remains, the patient makes use of a hearing aid.

Conclusion:

So many questions come up: What is the best hearing aid? What is the price of a good digital hearing aid? Will it be truly invisible? Should I use the Nano X2, Phonak, Starkey, or Siemens? Well: start by doing a bit of research and hopefully soon, you will make the right decision!

This content was produced in partnership with Nano Digital Hearing Aids

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Francisca Sequeira

A late bloomer but an early learner, Francisca likes to be honestly biased. Though fascinated by the far-flung corners of the galaxy, she doesn’t fancy the idea of humans moving to Mars. Francisca is a Contributing Author for Newstrail. Be it tech trends, mobile devices, laptops, etc. he brings his passion for technology wherever she goes. Needless to say - she enjoys covering luxury tourism too.
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