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Typically, summer implies time off, and usually, organizing a summer trip can be stressful enough without hearing loss. So, if you have hearing loss, here are some wonderful suggestions to help you enjoy your summer vacation the most!

Summer Vacation & Hearing Loss – Let’s Get Started

If you have been diagnosed with hearing loss it is likely that you wear hearing aids. However, having to bring them along on your summer vacation trip might be yet another concern as you prepare for it.

The main thing is to bring lots of extra batteries, your hearing aid cases, and your hearing aids. Ensure that your carry-on bag contains a cohesive grouping of all the items you’ll need for your hearing aids.

Major Types of Assistive Listening Devices

Pack a hearing aid drier if you anticipate humid weather during your vacation, and try bringing a notepad. It might be considerably simpler to communicate with others when you have some pens and paper around.

You’re Flying? Bring Earplugs or Noise-cancelling Headphones

Everyone has gone through the uncomfortable popping sensation that comes with traveling by plane.

Commonly referred to as “airplane ear,” it’s a mild to a severe period of discomfort that may be accompanied by transient hearing loss and tinnitus. In most cases, it’s only an irritation, however, it can occasionally result in something a little more serious, such as a burst eardrum that can bring on an ear infection.

Using noise-canceling headphones or earplugs is the best approach to prevent this. Additionally, this will assist you in blocking out background sounds from the aircraft, such as crying children, which might be detrimental, and also, try drinking plenty of water.

Keep Your Hearing Aids Dry

Many hearing aids are not intended to be used near water, such as at the beach. By doing this, you run the risk of permanent damage and dysfunction to your hearing aids.

Hearing loss can be treated using a variety of hearing aids, many of them offered in water-resistant and waterproof varieties.

You might want to think about purchasing them if you want to spend a lot of time at the beach in the water. You need hearing aids that are water-resistant if you want to spend a lot of time standing in the water, and these can withstand one or two unforeseen splashes.

Otitis or “Swimmers Ear” – What to Do to Avoid This Infection?

Remember, it is not essential to drop water on hearing aids for them to become wet, rather, condensation from any excessive temperature can harm hearing aids.

When it comes to keeping your hearing aids dry and operating at their best, hearing aid dehumidifiers or drying kits may be extremely inexpensive yet make a big impact. If mobility is a concern for you, you’ll be relieved to learn that hearing aid dehumidifiers are quite portable and are simple to transport when traveling.

Be Wary of Sand

It might be challenging to avoid sand at the beach, however, it’s essential if you need hearing aids to address your hearing loss.

You’ll ensure this is the case by avoiding touching your hearing aids. Before using a towel to dry your hair, always give it a good shake – this will prevent sand from getting into the tubing or other components of your hearing aids.

Inform Others That You Have Hearing Loss

Work and Communication in a Noisy Environment

If you suffer hearing loss, it is your responsibility to let people know that you have a hearing issue. Making announcements or the like is not a requirement for informing people.

Instead, you might use stealthy techniques like requesting a seat in the middle of the table or requesting to be placed away from noisy areas.

Even if your loved ones may be sympathetic to your situation, it is your obligation to let them know how they can support you.

Sources

  1. https://doctorshearingservices.net/blog/hearing-aids-do-s-and-don-ts-in-the-summer-season
  2. https://www.clarityhearing.com/blog/hearing-loss-planning-summer-vacation/

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