The holidays are coming up. Maybe you’ve been thinking about a family member’s hearing health lately. These gift ideas might perk up their ears.
Does someone in your family love listening to music, streaming their favorite podcast, or enjoying an audiobook? Headphones that are correctly used, at a low or comfortable volume, for an allotted amount of time can be a great gift.
While earbuds are small and convenient, sounds can escape from the edges. A person will be prone to turning the volume level up to cover up outside noises. This is bad for your hearing. Earbuds transfer audio waves directly to your ear canal, worsening hearing health.
Headphones seal the ears. That creates fewer competing sounds in your environment, making you less likely to raise the volume level.
Earplugs can be customized for different activities. Whether you want dependable and inexpensive ones, or custom earplugs that are a bit pricier, your family member will appreciate that you kept their health in mind.
High-fidelity earplugs allow users to hear slightly different tones in music while reducing the loud volume. These are perfect for anyone who loves live music.
An Acoustic Guitar Sound Hole Cover
Whether or not your loved one is good at guitar, you may not want to hear yet another rendition of a song they’re playing.
Use a soundhole cover! It’s a disc that rests in the soundhole of most acoustic guitars so the sound becomes dampened. They only cost three to five dollars, so they can shred it while protecting their hearing.
If your loved one has taken a step further from doing air drums to using actual drums, maybe you can get them a drum practice pad. It’s much quieter than a snare drum.
Maybe your loved one’s hearing health has been waning for years, and they haven’t given in to wearing hearing aids yet. Hearing aids can significantly help maintain their hearing health, overall health, and communication with family, friends, and anyone else they interact with.
If anyone in your life, including you, needs hearing aids contact us at Pure Sound Hearing for a complimentary hearing test and consultation.