Hear well  and be well

Hear well
and be well

My WellBeing empowers you to
stay healthy in mind and body

Track your daily steps and more with your hearing aids

Four important health indicators

My WellBeing uses your hearing aid sensors
for a wide range of health measurements

My Steps

My Activity

My Conversations

My WearTime

See how well you are doing in your overall health

The hearing aids’ in-built motion sensor not only lets you hear better on the move but also automatically measures how many steps you take each day (My Steps) and how active you are (My Activity).  The app also shows you how much you are using your hearing aids (My WearTime) and the unique Own Voice Processing technology measures how much you are socially interacting with others (My Conversations). 

Get a clear overview of your activity and hearing in daily, weekly and monthly detail and set yourself goals to stay healthy

The proven health benefits of using fitness trackers

Research shows that even moderate physical activity such as walking around your home or garden improves your quality of life.1
Staying active increases your energy levels and confidence and is good for your cardiovascular health. It can even slow down age-related hearing loss.2
Using fitness trackers, like those included in this app, is scientifically proven to help maintain and improve physical activity.3

Rest assured that all My WellBeing data is only visible in the app and not accessible to anyone else. For a clear view of how healthy hearing and physical activity can help you.

For a clear view of how healthy hearing and physical activity can help you Be Brilliant, contact your local hearing care provider today.

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1 Acree, L. S., Longfors, J., Fjeldstad, A. S., Fjeldstad, C., Schank, B., Nickel, K. J., Montgomery, P. S., & Gardner, A. W. (2006). Physical activity is related to quality of life in older adults. Health and quality of life outcomes, 4, 37. https://doi.org/10.1186/1477-7525-4-37

2 Alessio, H. M., & Marron, K. H. (2014) Fitness and Better Hearing, Part 1. Hearing Review, 21(3): 18-24

3 Larsen, R. T., Wagner, V., Korfitsen, C. B., Keller, C., Juhl, C. B., Langberg, H., & Christensen, J. (2022). Effectiveness of physical activity monitors in adults: systematic review and meta-analysis. BMJ, 376, e068047. https://doi.org/10.1136/bmj-2021-068047

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