Many hearing aid designs rely day in and day out on strong battery power, and since hearing aids work hard to process sounds every moment you wear them, you may find that you use a fair amount of batteries.
Some styles do feature rechargeable options, but for the most part you’ll be replacing your batteries on a regular basis. A variety of factors play into your battery usage, including the size of the battery, style of hearing aid, and the amount of time you wear your devices each day. In general, you can expect to replace your batteries every 5 to 21 days. To help extend battery life, try these suggestions: