Find Out About High-Frequency Hearing Loss & Get Budget-Friendly Hearing Aids

May 24, 2024

If you’ve noticed you’re having difficulty hearing and understanding conversations lately, you may be impacted by high-frequency hearing loss. Learn more about this condition and how budget-friendly over-the-counter (OTC) Nano Hearing Aids (866-916-7634) can help!

Loss of hearing is something we can easily recognize in others but are not as quick to recognize in ourselves. High-frequency hearing loss can be particularly difficult to detect until time and time again you notice you're not quite catching the gist of what's being said in noisier environments or you're having to turn the volume up on the TV when you're at home.

These are the beginning signs of high-frequency hearing loss, and they are completely treatable. Nano Hearing Aids explains everything in their article "High-Frequency Hearing Loss: Causes, Symptoms & Treatments." Read all about it, and find out how you may be able to bypass cost-prohibitive prescriptive hearing aids and use Nano hearing aids instead:


High-frequency hearing loss affects your ability to hear high-pitched sounds, making it difficult to understand speech or follow conversations, especially in noisy environments.

Common causes of high-frequency hearing loss go beyond the aging process to include prolonged noise exposure, genetics, and in some cases medical conditions and treatments like chemotherapy and certain antibiotics.

It develops gradually, making it easy for people with this type of condition to miss the initial signs.


Indicators of high-frequency hearing loss can include muffled speech sounds, hearing but not quite comprehending conversations, difficulty hearing in noisy places, trouble hearing alarms or ringing tones, and needing to adjust the volume on the TV or your phone again and again.

Recognizing the symptoms of high-frequency hearing loss is essential for early intervention. Depending on the severity of your condition, your treatment options can range from Nano Hearing Aids, which, if you have perceived mild to moderate high-frequency hearing loss, will instantly amplify sounds and frequencies, to cochlear implants which bypass the damaged part of the ear and directly stimulate the auditory nerve.


Hearing aids are often the first line of treatment for high-frequency hearing loss; however, not all hearing aids are created equal. When you're choosing a hearing aid, it is therefore important to bear a few considerations in mind. Factors like the severity of your hearing loss, your lifestyle needs, and your environment can all impact your choices.

If you believe you're dealing with mild to moderate hearing loss, Nano Hearing Aids offers a range of user-friendly, over-the-counter (OTC) options you can shop for online and in-store without a prescription or going through comprehensive hearing tests. You won't need a doctor's note for these devices - just the desire to comfortably hear and participate in the conversations and activities happening around you.

While prescriptive hearing aids can cost between $2,000 and $4,000, Nano hearing aids start at $297.00, making them an extremely affordable, FDA-registered hearing device option.

While Nano hearing aids may not be suitable for all types of hearing loss, with their adjustable domes and no need for custom fittings they are a particularly effective solution if what you want is an easy in-ear or behind-the-ear device that can amplify necessary sounds and frequencies.

Pro tip: Nano is what Nano means: small. As in, super small, but also super powerful. They come in their own rechargeable cases and the new Sigma Plus Bluetooth OTC hearing aid - a "smart" app-controlled industry breakthrough - offers dual directional microphones and four selectable programs for incredible functionality and convenience.

Find out about all your Nano hearing aid options at and never miss another conversation!

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