The ears receive sounds and send them to the brain that translates the sounds into meaning. You don’t hear with the ears, you hear with the brain. When you have a hearing loss, your ears have difficulty picking up sounds and your brain tries to fill in the gaps.
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Even with your brain working hard, it can be incredibly difficult, not to mention exhausting, to keep up with and participate in what is going on around you.
The New Big Thing – BrainHearing™ technology can help the brain make sense of sound
Oticon hearing aids feature BrainHearing technology, designed to support your brain and help it make sense of sound, with less effort. For you, this could mean keeping up with fast-flowing conversation between friends, family and colleagues is easier and more enjoyable.
The partnership between your ears, brain and hearing aids is fundamental to Oticon and is unrivaled in the health care industry.