Signs Your Hearing Aid May Need to Be Adjusted
A hearing aid should fit comfortably in your ear and allow you to hear clearly and succinctly. However, over time, your hearing aid may no longer fit comfortably in your ear or may not allow you to hear as clearly as you could when you originally purchased the aid. One of the biggest misconceptions is that you have to replace your hearing aid when this occurs. While you may reach a point where your hearing aid does need to be replaced, in many cases, adjusting it can help to solve the common problems that you are having with the hearing aid, allowing you to extend its lifespan.