The Best Hearing Aids for Active Lifestyles

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The Best Hearing Aids for Active Lifestyles
Dr. Maria Wynens, Au.D.
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The Best Hearing Aids for Active Lifestyles


Hearing loss should be no excuse for your lifestyle slowing down. Whether you’re an athlete, musician, community organizer or just like taking the dog for a walk, there is a hearing solution for you.

In outdoor conditions, the elements can often interfere with traditional hearing aids. Factors like wind, rain and sweat can affect the audio quality and functioning of traditional devices. Rapid movement such as jogging or contact sports could cause your hearing aid to fall off. Enjoying talks, performances or social gatherings may be hindered by bad sound quality. Thankfully, many modern hearing aids are built to withstand these worries.

At Atlanta Hearing Doctor, we carry a range of hearing aids to suit your activities. Let’s take a look at some of the best hearing aids for an active lifestyle.


Siemens Aquaris

Siemens Aquaris is the only hearing aid that is completely dustproof, waterproof and shockproof. Its robust design make it perfect for those of you who enjoy sports and outdoor activities. From showers and rainstorms to swimming, Aquaris has been engineered to withstand continuous immersion in water and successfully tested to the IP68 standard. Its microphones are protected with Gore™acoustic vents, providing excellent audio input while keeping the microphones safe from water and dust particles.

Advanced features reduce feedback and deliver excellent sound quality whatever the environment. The eWindScreen binaural feature transfers audio data from one ear to the other in windy situations – especially useful for customers who enjoy activities like hiking or sailing. A custom-made soft ear mold is available for swimmers, while an optional Sport Clip accessory helps to secure the hearing aid during physical activities. Most of the Siemens range is also available for kids with hearing loss, with hearing aids developed to cope with the rough and tumble of play and sport.

Siemens also provide a dehumidifier unit to dry out hearing devices and batteries after use.

AGX Level 9

Level 9 is a premium hearing aid designed for users whose active lifestyles involve frequent background noise. Social events, sporting events and meetings often include noisy situations and multiple speakers. Level 9’s specialized features combat feedback and environmental noise, while its multilayered directionality allows users to make sense of their surroundings. Its fast reaction technology adapts to new environments in milliseconds. Whether you’re cheering with the crowd at the big game, shopping in a mall or enjoying a family gathering, Level 9 will help you live a busy life to the fullest.


Signia Primax

Signia Primax offers a tailored HD Music program, which delivers optimum music fidelity that many other hearing aids may miss. If you’re a concert-goer, the Live Music setting can handle the wide range of frequencies from orchestras and punk bands to choral recitals. Recorded Music is primed for listening to music at home. The Musician setting is perfect for musicians and singers, allowing you to continue practicing and performing without missing a beat. Primax’s EchoMaster accurately reduces sound reverberations in auditoriums, places of worship and concert halls, so you can enjoy your cultural and religious activities without interference.



Hearing aid users know how frustrating wind noise can be. Widex’s most popular hearing aids, such as the Fusion and Super models, offer a patented wind protection microphone cover. This gives users protection in windy environments, so you can play golf or cycle without worrying about irritating background noise. Widex also make a portable hearing aid cleaner, the Dry-to-Go, which is perfect for travellers and people on the go.

Whatever your lifestyle involves, we’re here to help you out. For more information on finding a hearing aid that suits your activities, give us a call at (404) 252-7528.


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Atlanta Hearing Doctor
(404) 252-7528
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Atlanta, GA 30328