Hearing Health Blog
A new hearing aid can bring a great amount of positive change to your life. The change to your hearing will be immediate. However, the change can also be overwhelming, meaning that you might need to adjust to it before wearing the device for long periods at a time, to begin with. However, working with your audiologist , you can
Hearing aids are the most common solution for treating and managing cases of hearing loss. While you can be sure this will be the best way to restore a sense of normality to your world, the transitional phase can be an adjustment for a new user. Knowing that you’ve taken the necessary steps to achieve the very best outcome will
Unsurprisingly, many hearing aid users feel worried when they have to send in their device for hearing aid repairs . There are concerns about being unable to hear in one or both ears. Perhaps there are worries about whether you will have to get a new device if your old one is irreparable. However, there is no need to panic.
There is a huge amount of choice on the hearing aid market these days. And let’s be clear - when you visit your audiologist for the first time, that choice can be bewildering and confusing. To help you make the right selection, we have broken down the hearing aid basics into three distinct parts, to ensure you know what to