Evolution Of The Hearing Aid (Infographic)

Posted on Jun 18 2014 - 8:39am by Alexandra Ashton

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Describe to me your perfect day and odds are it involves you listening to the beautiful Jazz music of Woody Allen, Nat King Cole and Marvin Gaye. You could also listen to the music of Kendrick Lamar, at the top full volume, and on earphones for maximum intensive pleasure and you’d have a bright day. If you’re exposed to loud music all the time, chances are you’re going to need a hearing aid soon. And that’s not so bad because people have functioned the way they’re supposed to in all parts of the world just with the use of their compact portable hearing aids. People are enjoying their hearing aids all the time, and that’s because they’re practically just an extension of their previously dysfunctional hearing ears.

It’s important to be able to hear, more now that it’s been proven that people get depressed more if they lose their hearing before any other sensation. The help of the hearing aid has been amazingly transforming people’s lives and that’s something that’s worth learning about and worth researching. Learn more of the evolution of the hearing aid with this infographic.

This infographic helps you appreciate more the evolution of the hearing aid you’re holding right now. You can learn here the basics of how the hearing aid has got to where it is right now, including facts about when the transistor was invented by the Bell Labs that paved way for the behind-the-ear hearing aids. Many of the styles of hearing aids we can see today are credited to the rich vast history of the hearing aid prototyped in the past, so if you’ve got some time, get some idea on how the hearing aid started and how it will look like in the future, and you’ll thank us later when it’s your time now to need them.

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Alexandra Ashton

Alexandra Ashton, Communications at Neomam Studios , the UK based Infographic Agency. Alexandra is a content and design enthusiast with a keen eye for detail.