Why do we at Rampo Hearing & Speech Therapy Clinic offer the best hearing aids, and what exactly are hearing aids? An inconspicuous electronic device worn behind or in the ear is a hearing aid. Some sounds are amplified so that a person with hearing loss can listen, communicate, and engage in daily activities to a greater extent. In both quiet and noisy settings, hearing aid users can hear more clearly. However, only about one in five people who could benefit from a hearing aid actually do. A hearing aid is made up of three parts: a speaker, an amplifier, and a microphone. The hearing aid's microphone captures sound, converts it to electrical signals, and then sends those signals to an amplifier. Before being sent to the ear via a speaker, the signals are strengthened by the amplifier. When it comes to improving hearing and speech comprehension, hearing aids are most beneficial for people with hearing loss brought on by damage to the tiny sensory cells in the inner ear, known as hair cells. This type of hearing loss is known as sensorineural hearing loss. The damage may be caused by disease, aging, noise trauma, or certain medications. The sound waves that reach the ear are amplified by hearing aids. The remaining hair cells pick up the stronger vibrations, convert them into neural signals, and send those signals to the brain. The more damage done to a person's hair cells, the more severe their hearing loss will be and the more hearing aid amplification they will need. However, there are practical limits to the amount of amplification a hearing aid can provide. In addition, if the inner ear is too damaged, even large vibrations will not result in neural signals. In this situation, a hearing aid would be useless.
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