Noise Induced Hearing Loss: Recommended Treatment Includes Nano OTC Aids

Jun 24, 2024

Nano Hearing Aids (866-929-2805), is bringing their shoppers more free audiologist-reviewed hearing advice with a new guide to noise-induced hearing loss.

If you spent your working years on construction sites or in a noisy factory, you may now be living your golden years devoid of the full color of sound. Thankfully, Nano Hearing Aids is here to help.

Read their helpful new guide to noise-induced hearing loss at

Noise-Induced Hearing Loss - A Guide

Nano Hearing Aids is pleased to have added to their growing online free hearing support resource with their new article on noise-induced hearing loss.

The new guide has been authored by Nano’s team and reviewed for accuracy by esteemed audiologist Lindsay Roberts, AuD.

Causes & Symptoms

As their new guide explains, noise-induced hearing loss is a common hearing loss condition that is often attributed to age, and lifelong exposure to loud noises, or to a single high-volume incident like an accident.

Like all forms of hearing loss, the effects can be mild, moderate or severe, and depending on this severity, you may have trouble understanding speech, experience sounds as being muffled or experience tinnitus or ringing in your ears.

Getting Tested

As the Nano Hearing Aids team stresses, if you are experiencing hearing loss, one of the most important things you can do is get tested, and for most people, a diagnosis begins with a physical examination from a primary care physician before meeting with an audiologist.

Treatment Options

Depending on the severity of your hearing loss, interventions may include cochlear implants, surgery to repair a perforated eardrum if you have one, and sound therapy, but by far—as their new guide confirms—the most popular treatment is hearing aids.

The Benefits Of OTC Hearing Aids

If you’re an adult over the age of 18 and your hearing loss is mild to moderate, Nano thinks that their advanced over-the-counter hearing aids may be a great treatment option.

“Over-the-counter (OTC) hearing aids, like those offered by Nano, are a more accessible treatment option for those with perceived mild to moderate hearing loss,” said the Nano Hearing Aids team in their new article. “These devices can be a cost-effective alternative to traditional hearing aids and are available without the need for a prescription. While they may not offer the same level of customization as prescription devices, they can be a good starting point for those noticing early signs of hearing difficulty.”

Nano Cares

Nano Hearing Aids is on an ongoing mission to help their shoppers to understand more about the nature of hearing loss, its causes, its early symptoms and how it can be treated.

Their new guide on noise-induced hearing loss is not intended to replace personalized medical advice, but the company hopes it will provide a starting point for you if you are noticing the early signs of hearing loss.

For free hearing advice and affordable hearing technology, Nano Hearing Aids has become a trusted name. 

Nano cares about your hearing. Visit to get support choosing the right OTC aids for your needs.

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