Hear Every Word on The Phone

Women avoiding talking on the phone because of hearing loss.

Are you finding yourself talking less frequently on the phone because you have trouble hearing? As time passes, you might feel isolated as a result of your loss of hearing. You don’t have to stop using your phone. You can absolutely discover methods to remain in touch with your friends and loved ones.

It’s All About Communication

With any relationship, communication is an essential aspect and the same goes for your phone. What can be done to make things better is the real question.

  • A hearing exam is a good idea. Get a proper diagnosis because not all hearing loss is permanent. It may well be something as basic as too much earwax or an ear infection.
  • You can consider accessories such as Bluetooth or headphones if the volume is already turned up. It will make your phone sound better and it may be an inexpensive way to get what you need.
  • Do the voices seem too quiet? Check to make sure the volume is all the way up on the phone.

After you eliminate some of the more obvious issues, you can look at other solutions that will get you back on the phone.

There’s an App For That

There are actually quite a few possible apps. There are some pretty cool apps that will get you comfortable being back on your phone.

What the other person says can be turned to text with some of these apps. These apps are far from perfect, but you should be able to work with them. Brands to look up include:

Not all voice to text apps are free, but most are affordably priced.

Phones For The Hard of Hearing

You can also find a landline phone that does the same thing as an app. They make it easier to hear by amplifying the sound on the other end. High pitched sounds on the other end become clearer because they can equalize the sound.

There is also the option of getting a captioning phone. To take advantage of the captioning service, you need to have a unique phone with a screen. With this service, the words are repeated or typed into software by a third party operator and are then shown on your phone’s screen. The majority of captioning phones need to have internet service, as well.

An old school phone system that you can still find which works in a similar way to a captioning service is Text-to-Voice Teletype (TTY). You will need a TTY device that sits next to the phone to display the text, though.

Getting Hearing Aids is Your Best Bet

Newer hearing aids won’t feedback every time they come close to a phone like the old ones did. You can get hearing aid compatible phones that eliminate background noise and other interference to improve sound quality. Current hearing aid technology is compatible with these phones. The best thing is these wireless hearing aids will still work even when you’re not using your phone.

A sophisticated program which permits it to be compatible with both smart-phones and landlines is a stand out feature of modern hearing aids. You hold the phone up to the hearing aid and let the technology to work its magic by streaming the sound from one device to the other.

Bluetooth compatibility is also a standard feature of today’s hearing aid tech. You pair the phone up with the hearing aids just like you would with wireless headphones or earbuds. The sound goes right to your hearing aids when it rings.

Don’t allow hearing loss to ruin your friendships and other relationships. Get back on your phone whatever it takes so you can start talking again. It’s time to schedule an appointment with a hearing specialist to look at the newest hearing aid technology.

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