Initial signs of hearing loss would be,
Able to hear sounds but unable to understand the speech.
Difficulty in hearing certain sounds or tones clearly. For example: Having problems hearing the doorbell and ringtone of the phone.
Other signs include difficulty in understanding conversations, particularly in noisy places, difficulty in hearing at a distance such as meetings and listening to music or watching television in higher volume.
Hearing loss has many different causes and contributing factors, depending on which type of hearing loss is diagnosed. The three basic types of hearing loss are Conductive loss, Sensorineural loss and Mixed loss.
Conductive hearing loss: It is caused by impairment of the outer or middle ear that prevents sound from being conducted to the inner ear. Ex: Ear Wax, Infection, etc. This may be temporary or permanent, depending on the cause.
Sensorineural hearing loss: it is the most common type of hearing loss, occurring when there is damage to either tiny hair cells- of the inner ear or the auditory nerve itself, which weakens the transfer of nerve signals to the brain. Ex: Aging, High Noise Exposure, etc. This is mostly permanent
Mixed hearing loss: that has both conductive and sensorineural components is categorized as mixed. They may have sensorineural hearing loss and then develop a conductive component in addition or vice-versa. Ex: Age-related loss with Ear wax.
Tinnitus is the term used to describe the ringing sensation in the ears. Tinnitus is usually subjective; it is perceived only by the patient and therefore, diagnosis, monitoring and treatment efficacy rely mostly on self-report. In India, it is a very common complaint that affects 7% of population and has been associated with a range of physical and emotional disorders.Approximately 17% of the population experiences bothersome tinnitus and 20% of those cases suffers from its severe manifestation. Due to the absence of external stimuli, tinnitus (also known as phantom noise) is a condition that is frequently induced by loud noise, a range of health issues and some drugs. Tinnitus is known to be exacerbated by caffeine, alcohol and smoking among other things.
The most prevalent type of hearing loss is a high frequency hearing loss, which occurs at high frequencies. In conversation, low-pitched vowels can be heard and understood, but high-pitched consonants such as “ss” & “th” are hard to understand. As a result, speech becomes muffled and difficult to comprehend.
The process of getting a complete diagnostic hearing test is simple, non-invasive and painless. The evaluation is carried out by a qualified doctor and takes approximately 45 minutes.
A hearing evaluation consists of an ear examination as well as specialized testing to determine the patient’s hearing sensitivity and reaction to speech.
If you are found to have hearing loss, the clinician will walk you through your treatment options.
Understanding what’s causing your hearing loss is the first step toward improving your hearing. We at Aanvii hearing provide a Puretone audiometry test that allows us to pinpoint your exact type and degree of hearing loss. Because Aanvii Hearing is an authorized Signia distributor in India, as well as a company that specializes in the most recent hearing technology, we provide a wide choice of Signia hearing solutions and can advise you on the type and style that will best fit your hearing needs. You can be sure that you will find the product to perfectly go hand in hand with your day-to-day lifestyle.
Aanvii hearing is located across all major cities in India With 79+ locations across the country, Aanvii hearing is always ready to serve you. We provide personalized service that is unmatched in terms of quality, value and convenience at every clinic to provide our patients a world-class experience in terms of quality, service and after-sales maintenance as well. We also provide quality customer service to ensure that your experience with us is comfortable and relaxed.
An audiogram is a chart that displays the results of a hearing test you have taken. The graph depicts the relationship between pitch (frequency) and intensity (decibels).
We are an authorized distributor of Signia, a best-in-class leading and highly reliable hearing solutions name in the market. The product catalog of Aanvii Hearing backed Signia products is huge, this guarantees that there is something for everyone.
Yes, in the majority of cases, you will be able to have your hearing device fixed. In the event of a malfunction or breakdown, Aanvii Hearing will inspect your hearing equipment and repair it, either in our facility or through one of our partners, at no additional charge.
Hearing aids programmed by an audiologist at Aanvii Hearing will not make your hearing worse. When you wear hearing aids, your hearing and auditory understanding are less likely to decrease as quickly as if you didn’t.
Yes, two hearing aids are preferable to one. The extent of hearing loss in each ear is determined via a hearing test. Studies have demonstrated that two hearing aids increase speech understanding in the majority of listening contexts, particularly in the presence of background noise, when both ears are impaired. It also keeps both ears active, which helps to prevent hearing loss and improves the capacity to locate a sound source. In most cases, the advantages of utilizing two hearing aids outweigh the extra cost.
The first step in receiving hearing aids is to see an audiologist, who will determine the severity and type of your hearing loss. You will need to schedule an appointment with Aanvii Hearing.
If hearing aids are required, a clinician will assist you in selecting the most appropriate device. The physician may take an impression of your ear to create an exact replica of its contours for the greatest fit and then place an order for the hearing aids you have chosen.
Your hearing devices will be fitted and you will be taught how to use them by a clinician. It takes time and practice to get the most out of your hearing aids as your brain adjusts to hearing more. A hearing device’s performance is fine-tuned by a doctor who watches your development.
Signia Active is suitable for individuals with mild to severe hearing loss.
Signia Active is available in two performance levels - Active and Active Pro.
Signia Active is powered by a Lithium-ion rechargeable battery. It is designed for full flexibility and independence with the pocket-sized Signia Active charger which allows charging on-the-go. The hearing aids are fully protected inside the charging case, which fits easily into a pocket or purse. The charging case itself also has a lithium-ion rechargeable battery and will keep the Active devices topped up with charge when they are placed back in the case, so that they are always ready to use. The charger itself can be recharged wirelessly using Qi charging technology or via a USB-C cable.
Signia active provides up to 26 hours of listening, or 23 hours of listening with 2 hours of streaming.
It takes approximately 4 hours to fully charge.
Yes. A 30-minute fast charge provides 5 hours of regular listening or 3 hours of streaming.
It takes approximately 3 hours to fully charge the Signia Active case via a USB-C cable, or 5 hours via Qi wireless.
A fully charged case can provide up to three full charges for a pair of Signia Active devices.
Signia Active has no onboard controls. It is remotely controllable via the Signia app or via miniPocket accessory.
Yes. With Signia Active, you can use direct audio streaming from iOS (Apple) devices with “made-for-iPhone (MFi) hearing aids” standard. Audio streaming from other mobile devices (Android smartphones, older Apple devices, PCs, laptops, and other Bluetooth mobile devices) is possible via our StreamLine Mic accessory.
Yes. With our StreamLine TV accessory, you can stream from your TV directly to your Signia Active devices.