What’s air got to do with it?
The most essential part of hearing is air molecules. We live in an ocean of air molecules packed densely together all around us. Unseen to the naked eye, we breathe them in and out, exchanging gases within the molecules. Sound is actually created when air molecules bump into one other which you perceive with your eardrums. Clap your hands together, and you disturb the molecules. The harder or softer you clap corresponds directly with how loud or quiet the sound of your clapping. Pretty amazing, right? There’s more to the story, and this is just the beginning…
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Welcome to the magical world of the unseen:
The world of better hearing.
Dealing with hearing loss is difficult, confusing, and even embarrassing. You’ve got questions and Chris has answers.
But guess what?
Hearing aids are cool! Yes, you heard me right, hearing aids! They reconnect you to the world around you. They get your mind working again and help you live a fuller life; improving your relationships with family, friends, and nature. Getting your hearing back is wonderful!