We are social beings because we are able to communicate. Take this vital cog out of the wheel and the whole of society, as we know it, collapses in a heap. You will notice that individuals who have a problem communicating, whatever the reason may be, physiological or psychological, are the ones who are treated as outcasts. They are relegated the sidelines.
The same holds true for people with hearing loss.
They are often treated as outsiders who are trying to gatecrash a party. People who do not have any problems with hearing, or speech for that matter, steer clear of such people. If you are someone who is struggling to hear properly or know someone who is in the same kind of situation, you know what we are talking about here.
Bengal Speech receives several calls in the course of a day where callers express their anguish of not being able to communicate with anyone because of their hearing disability. The moment they try to join a conversation in a party or social gathering, they invariably find people drifting away. It is a very sad situation but that is the way it is!
Digital Hearing Aids can resolve this thankless situation. With hearing aids, people find almost all of their hearing faculties again. They are able to hear well and participate in conversations. They can follow the train of words and respond appreciably without having to stick out their neck to grab words. Because they are participating well, people are no longer looking to walk away from them during a conversation. They find themselves socially acceptable again.
If you believe that the hearing problem is resolved right there, you are wrong! You must have noticed how people who use hearing aids are looked upon as oddities. The digital hearing aids in the ear almost seizes the attention of the onlooker, driving away their focus to that end. No matter what you say, people are busy gazing at the listening device, making you feel ridiculous and self-conscious.
Thanks to technology and Bengal Speech, you have an answer to this problem as well. Use In the Ear devices. They are inserted in the ear, making them almost invisible. Only people who look for them will be able to spot them! It is so well-hidden otherwise. You will enjoy the garb of invisibility that is spreads out over your problem of hearing loss.