Best Hearing Aids
CVS carries Go Hearing + Go Lite y Go Hearing + Go Prime hearing aids. The Go Lite works great for small groups or television viewing, while the Go Prime offers additional features that aid hearing in a variety of environments.
Both versions feature:
Nearly invisible design
Three dome sizes
Each version comes with a portable charging case that charges in 2-3 hours and carries up to six charges for the hearing aids. Each aid gets up to 30 hours of use from 2-3 hours of charging time in the case, so they're ready whenever you need them. The Go Prime has all these features plus a 100% digital processor, six channels and 12 bands, three preset programs, noise reduction, feedback cancellation and a memory recall function.
Affordable Hearing Aids
People who need hearing amplification often endure a lengthy process and spend thousands of dollars on traditional hearing aids. Go Hearing has produced an HearX aid that you can purchase for much less, depending on the features you need, and without visiting a doctor.
How Do Hearing Aids Work?
Audífonos amplify sounds, so a person with hearing loss can enjoy better communication and hearing in day-to-day life. With an analog aid or sound amplifier, sound waves pass into a microphone that converts them into electronic signals. Then, an amplifier increases the volume, and a speaker passes the amplified sound into your ear. A digital aid converts those sound waves into numerical codes that contain more information about the type of sound. This enables a digital aid to provide sound that's better tailored to unique environments and individuals.
How To Clean Hearing Aids
To prevent your device from getting clogged with wax, you should clean it daily. Remove earwax from the exterior shell with the included brush or a damp cloth. The microphone and receiver are both delicate parts of the aid and should be cleaned carefully with the included brush, angling the device down, so debris falls out rather than farther in. Using an in-ear device regularly can increase wax buildup, so you should have your ears checked every 3 to 6 months, and you might benefit from earwax removal systems.