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In 1991 Billy and Akaisha Kaderli retired at the age of 38. Now, into their 4th decade of this financially independent lifestyle, they invite you to take advantage of their wisdom and experience.

Maintaining Your Hearing Aids Will Offer Maximum Support

Darlene Crynsten


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Wearing hearing aids will encourage independence, and knowing how to maintain them will ensure they always work. If you damage your hearing aids or an issue occurs, it is good to know how to take care of them so you are never without proper hearing.

Using this guide, you can best understand how to maintain the condition of your hearing aids for maximum support.

Understanding troubleshooting techniques

Sometimes, your hearing aids might show connectivity or hardware issues. Hence, it is good to understand how to fix these issues by using troubleshooting techniques.

Knowing how to go about troubleshooting connectivity in modern hearing aids will help you always have hearing support. If you do not know how to fix a connectivity issue, you could be without proper hearing for days until you can see someone.

Hence, clue yourself up on troubleshooting techniques to guarantee your hearing aids always work.

Regular cleaning is a must

You should also add regular cleaning to your hearing aid maintenance checklist. Although your ears might always be clean, you will be surprised at how much dirt and debris can get inside your hearing aids.

This will cause them to minimize their sound efficiency. You won’t want to risk not being able to hear properly due to laziness. Hence, clean them often so they always work well.

It is good to take them out and wash them in mild soapy water. Rinse them thoroughly before drying them. This routine should be done once a week for the best results.

Taking your hearing aids out in some environments

Did you know that some environments require you to take your hearing aids out? If moisture gets trapped inside the hearing aid, it will slowly lose its efficiency.

Hence, it is good to know that taking your hearing aids out in the shower, steam rooms, and anywhere else that encourages moisture build-up will protect them.

It is also good to remove them when you spray anything near them. For instance, you might spray your hair every morning. If so, take them out before doing so. Hairspray can interfere with the internal parts.

Keep your hands clean

You will likely touch your hearing aids throughout the day. You might worry they have fallen out because they are comfortable. Or, you might wish to adjust them. Either way, it is not good to handle your hearing aids with dirty hands.

Always keep your hands clean when you touch your hearing aids. It will help to maintain their condition.

Use this guide if you wish to maintain your hearing aids and make sure they are always efficient. When you take the best care of your hearing aids, they will offer endless support. Be sure to always charge them and carry a spare pair with you. This will help you stay calm and positive that you will always be with hearing assistance. It will make your life easier if your hearing aids work to the best of their ability.  

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Billy and Akaisha Kaderli are recognized retirement experts and internationally published authors on topics of finance, medical tourism and world travel. With the wealth of information they share on their award winning website, they have been helping people achieve their own retirement dreams since 1991. They wrote the popular books, The Adventurer’s Guide to Early Retirement and Your Retirement Dream IS Possible available on their website bookstore or on

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