Hearing Protection with Phonak

Being able to hear well is an important part of living an active and full life. It allows us to connect with the world around us, interact with our loved ones, enjoy the sounds of TV, movies and music, and stay aware of any warning sounds to keep us safe, such as fire alarms or approaching traffic.

1.1 billion people are estimated to be at risk of noise induced hearing loss around the world1 and 70% of people exposed to loud noise never or seldomly wear hearing protection.

Using hearing protection is crucial for preventing hearing loss, and also protecting us from noise that can lead to stress and poor concentration and more serious health issues such as cardiovascular disease and tinnitus.

Depending on our jobs and lifestyles, our ears can be exposed to a variety of loud and noisy environments.

Phonak’s Serenity Choice offers clinical hearing protection uniquely designed for individual situations to ensure that we are protected and comfortable at all times:

  • Concerts & Loud Entertainment Events – Helps prevent hearing damage with optimum comfort while allowing you to enjoy music and speech simultaneously
  • Hunting – Protect your ears from sudden impact sound pressure levels of gun shots, explosives, fireworks etc…while allowing for voices and background noises to be comfortably heard
  • Motorsport Recreation – Reduce engine noise and wind and air turbulence noise
  • Work Environments With Heavy Equipment – Reduce heavy equipment machinery and tooling noise and suitable for do-it-yourself work, gardening and household chores where electrical equipment and tools are used
  • Sleep – Reduce environmental noise such as sounds from the kitchen, external street noise and the effects of partner snoring
  • Comfort – These tips help the general reduction of background noise to improve concentration and reduce stress, suitable for students and those working in loud spaces or full homes

1 World Health Organization (2020, March 1). Deafness and hearing loss: Key facts.
Retrieved from https://www.who.int/news-room/fact-sheets/detail/deafness-and-hearing-loss.