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Hearing loss is the most common problem faced by a lot of people post the age of sixty five, but thanks to gadgets like headphones that such tragic counterparts do not affect personal as well as professional life. Degradation of hearing capability can be genetic or the resultant of gradually declining age.

Trust it, it feels really very disgusting to eventually get up someday learning that you are facing some problem in hearing normal stuff such as a doorbell, ringing phone, chirping birds, conversation with the spouse, etc.

If you get back to the history of hearing aids, you will come to know that earlier trumpets were used, which used to be bulky, heavy weight and appeared similar to regular looking loudspeaker. People used to keep it aside their ears so that the distant audio vibes can be caught easily.

Slowly and slowly, technology started showering its impact over all the aspects of life and headphones were also no more left behind. Firstly, wire-based ear plugs were made available in the market. A person using it required plugging in the buds inside his or her ears and an attached transmitter was used in order to receive sound waves.

People started becoming more demanding. A person using hearing aids used to feel embarrassed as the wired ones were easily noticeable. Hence, some other equipment was required, which could serve the purpose along with reducing the cause of humiliation.

Now, if you begin searching for earphones in the market, then you will come to know that a lot of variety is available in these products. Four most common ones are as mentioned below:

  1. Behind-the-Ear: It is of crescent shape that can be easily attached behind the ear.

  1. In-the-Ear: This device fits within the outer ear.

  1. In-the-Canal: Well, it is that particular category of headphones(Audifonos ), which completely sets inside the ear canal, hence completely hiding the device.

  1. Completely-in-Canal: People facing severe hearing disorder can use Completely-in-Canal earplugs because it is adequately smaller in size and can deeply get primed inside the ear, thus being very close to the eardrums.

  1. Open Fit: Open fit headphones are entirely different from all the above-mentioned categories. In it, a transmitting device is adjusted behind the ear and a small tube is slightly slid inside the sense organ. Hence, there is no undue hassle of handling the device and keeping it inside the ear for the whole day.

As you have gained a lot of information about the variety of options facilitated in the market, hence go on, analyze the severeness of your problem, attain consultation from the doctor, decide what gadget you want, check online portals for the availability of the product you require, place an order, get it delivered at your home and use it without bothering about what people will say about you.

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