Clinically proven to deliver better than normal hearing and to reduce listening effort.*
Signia hearing is pleased to introduce you to our most advanced technology – primax™
With primax, we deliver two clinically-proven world firsts – better than normal hearing in challenging listening environments like busy restaurants, and clinically-proven reduced listening effort throughout the day.*
primax hearing aids redefine the ease of listening in a sophisticated and durable line of RICS, BTEs, and custom hearing aids.Learn more about primax hearing aids
* Study conducted at the University of Northern Colorado, 2015, examined the effectiveness of the new features of primax by collecting and analyzing ongoing EEG data while subjects performed speech testing. For both primax features SpeechMaster and EchoShield, the objective brain behavior measures revealed a significant reduction in listening effort when the feature was activated.
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10/11/16: Huffington Post
Many of us are resigned to the idea that with aging comes hearing loss. It’s unavoidable, but not much more than an annoyance, right? Especially when compared to the far bigger concerns we have about getting older like developing Alzheimer’s disease or another form of dementia. But the fact is a growing body of research supports the theory that when left untreated, hearing loss can contribute to functional impairments like Alzheimer’s disease.
10/4/16: Hearing Health Matters
Children with hearing loss face various challenges inside and outside the school classroom. They require less reverberation, better signal-to-noise ratios, and shorter distances from a speaker to achieve speech recognition comparable to their normal hearing peers (Crandell, 1992). While hearing aids help provide children with needed amplification, they alone cannot always overcome the noisy challenges of school environments.
8/1/2016: Living Better at 50
Unaddressed hearing loss taxes our mental resources, forcing our brains to use its precious resources on trying to hear instead of on maintaining our balance and other cognitive tasks. Fortunately, advanced hearing aids are available to alleviate the cognitive overload associated with struggling to hear all day, and can help seniors with hearing loss enjoy fuller, independent lives longer.