Your hearing aid is water-resistant, which means it is designed to be worn in all daily life situations. So you don’t have to worry about sweat or getting wet in the rain. However, do not wear your hearing aid while showering or participating in water activities. Do not immerse your hearing aid in water or other liquids. Should your hearing aid come in contact with water and stop working, please follow these guidelines:
Moisture, condensation and dampness: remove your hearing aids before swimming, showering or going out into heavy rain. Don’t leave them in the bathroom, which is a humid and wet environment. Dry any perspiration in your outer ear regularly. Open the battery door fully to allow air to circulate whenever you are not using your hearing aids, especially at night or for longer periods of time, and consider using a drying kit. Your hearing care professional can provide advice on the best drying kit for your hearing aids.