Anti-US and Aid Korea veterans tell about the experience of wearing hearing aids (1)

From box hearing aids to behind-the-ear hearing aids to now in-ear custom hearing aids! What kind of experience is it to listen to the veterans of the War to Resist U.S. Aggression and Aid Korea tell about wearing hearing aids?

Grandpa Meng is very fond of chatting and has a very strong body. He walks around the county every morning. He comes to the store every two weeks to sit for one morning, maintain his hearing aids and chat. The following is a collection of chat records of Grandpa Meng each time he chats:

Grandpa Meng, who was born in 1933, is 89 years old this year. At the age of 18, just in time for the War to Resist U.S. Aggression and Aid Korea, he volunteered to join the army, went to the battlefield to resist U.S. aggression and aid Korea, and completed the most important coming-of-age ceremony in his life. Artillery, youth, victory, the War to Resist U.S. Aggression and Aid Korea brought the old man the deepest memory in his life, and at the same time, it also brought serious hearing damage. Now, he is an old man who must wear a hearing aid! I bought a box hearing aid in 2005, a pair of behind-the-ear hearing aids in 2011, and a pair of in-ear custom machines in 20 years.

18 years of loyal hearing aid users are all true, and they all speak to people’s hearts! Here is a summary of my experience with him:

1. The number of people with hearing problems is far greater than the number of people we know on weekdays, so first of all don’t be disappointed in yourself, many people are yours.

2. There is no shame in wearing hearing aids. Have you ever seen someone who wears glasses feel ashamed? They can’t see, we can’t hear, it’s all the same. From the perspective of affecting life, it is actually more difficult for people who cannot see clearly than those who cannot hear.

If you still have a sense of inferiority, then tell you that Yao Ming, Ayumi Hamasaki, and Ren Xianqi have hearing problems, will you feel better? (Although it can’t be compared like that~)

3. Hearing aids cannot solve all problems. No matter how advanced the technology is, it has not yet reached the level of being better than the original. After wearing a hearing aid, it is bound to be uncomfortable, so please get used to it; it is bound to feel uncomfortable, then overcome it; there is bound to be a foreign body sensation, then accept it.

Only by accepting it, you will slowly not care about it.

The first cassette-type hearing aids had to struggle to hear their family members. Please wait for the update of “Resist U.S. Aggression and Aid Korea Veterans Tell About the Experience of Wearing Hearing Aids (2)”

Thanks!