Do hearing aids make me lose / damage my hearing further?

No, actually, the opposite is true as long as you use hearing aids correctly. Properly programmed hearing aids help to strengthen the hearing pathways in your brain and increase your ability to understand speech. By feeding the brain, the sounds it has been missing, it becomes “easier” to hear and frees up the brain to think about other things making you less tired. Wearing hearing aids is like an exercise for your hearing pathways. Find out more.

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