Healthy Hearing for a Healthy Lifestyle

You’re not the type to let hearing loss keep you on the sidelines. Whether you enjoy sports, hiking or a morning jog – digital hearing aids are designed to keep up with you every step of the way.

Hearing Health and Exercise

Many of the same benefits that exercise provides for the rest of the body are also helpful for our ears and hearing. Research suggests that hearing loss is more common in people that don’t exercise. A lack of physical activity can also raise the risk of other issues that may lead to hearing loss.

Can Exercise Improve Hearing Health?

Many of the same benefits that exercise provides for the rest of the body are also helpful for our ears and hearing. Research suggests that hearing loss is more common in people that don’t exercise. A lack of physical activity can also raise the risk of other issues that may lead to hearing loss.

Playing Sports with Hearing Loss

Living with hearing loss doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy your favorite sports or other active hobbies. Whether you play with a team or individual sports, there are ways to help your hearing stay in the game. If trouble hearing while playing sports feels like too big a challenge, speak to an expert about wearing hearing aids. Modern hearing solutions are built to move with you for every touchdown, goal, jump shot or marathon.

Exercising with Hearing Aids

Sweat-resistant hearing aids have changed the game, literally, for countless people wanting to stay active despite their hearing loss.

Many hearing aids are designed to prevent damage from moisture or sweat. It’s still important to wipe down and clean your hearing aids after physical activity.

Sweat-Resistant Hearing Aids

Sweat-resistant hearing aids have changed the game, literally, for countless people wanting to stay active despite their hearing loss. Many hearing aids are designed to prevent damage from moisture or sweat. It’s still important to wipe down and clean your hearing aids after physical activity.

How to protect your Hearing Devices while swimming?

Most hearing aids are moisture resistant but not waterproof. This means that while they can withstand a few drops of rain or sweat from a workout, they are not made to be worn in the shower or at the pool.
Tip: If you use rechargeable hearing devices such as Widex Moment or Signia Active, simply pop them in your portable case, and they recharge while you are in the water.

Don’t Wait to Start Hearing Better

If you have trouble hearing, now is the time to improve your hearing health. HearUSA has a team of hearing care professionals ready to support you at every step and help you find the best hearing aids for an active lifestyle.

Call 877-664-9353 for your FREE hearing screening

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