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The Best Ways to Use a Cell Phone

Long-time mobile phone users who talk more than an hour a day on the devices may be may be more likely to have high-frequency hearing loss, researchers say. In fact, those that use cell phones for more than four years had more hearing loss in high-frequency ranges in their ear most held to the phone (usually the right ear) than those who used the mobile phone for one to two years.  As hearing loss occurs and the need for a hearing aid develops along with the occasional programming services of the hearing aid, the question of what’s the best way to use a cell phone arises. 

Well, if you’re going to use a cell phone always keep it as far away from your head as possible, is the first suggestions.  In other words, as much as possible, rather than holding the cell phone up to your ear, do texting, use the speaker-phone function, use a the Bluetooth function or us an amplified neck loop. Using any of these methods will keep your phone at some distance from your head. As a result, your head and ears will not be unnecessarily exposed to excessive electromagnetic radiation thus causing possible hearing loss.

If you absolutely have to hold your cell phone up to your head, try to keep the phone calls short. And if you have an available landline phone, use that instead.  But no matter the cause, once hearing loss is found and hearing enhancement is needed, knowing where to turn for repairs and hearing aid programming services is important.  Direct Hearing Aid Services offers solutions to hearing aid repair regardless of age to save you money. To see what direct hearing aid can do for you, please click here.

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