Hearing aids are a remarkable technology that can restore poor hearing to a more natural setting. While these sound-saving devices come in a variety of styles, all of them rely on batteries for power.
In this video, you’ll learn about the different warning signals that hearing aids will send to inform you that it’s time to change the battery. While many digital hearing aids emit a static sound as their power wanes, others may beep at you. Depending on how much you use your hearing aid and the number of features that are activated, you can expect a relatively short battery life of five to 10 days.
If you have more questions concerning your hearing aid, contact Dunshaw Hearing Aid Centers in New York. Our state-licensed audiologists are committed to helping patients understand the extent of their hearing loss. Call (888) 903-6717 to make an appointment.