Your Hearing Loss
We value your hearing and understand the struggles which you may have hearing a distant speaker or understanding conversation in a noisy environment.
Are you trying to decide whether to buy a hearing aid but are putting it off because of cost or embarrassment? Don’t wait too long. Those parts of the brain associated with hearing become less active when they are not used. You need to hear sounds to keep this brain circuitry working and actively processing speech
Does this look familiar to you?
Whether from the comfort of your home or in a restaurant, our Digital hearing devices can be adapted to suit all environments for you. You can enjoy eating with your family without missing a single moment!
Watch and listen to television with ease.
Don’t miss a detail of your favourite series or a family movie. With our digital hearing devices, you can enjoy your TV as never before.
Go to the theatre or the cinema
In an environment such as cinema or theatre it is very common to have tones from very low to very high which can be uncomfortable. It’s no longer a problem thanks to the latest generation anti-feedback and output sound limitation.
Listening to music, talking on the phone
Hold conversations that you couldn’t before. Enjoy music again or talk on the phone with your family and loved ones. If you couldn’t have conversations in a natural way before, thanks to our latest digital hearing devices these problems will be a thing of the past.
Listening to the sounds of nature that you previously couldn’t
If you enjoy walks in the countryside, beach or natural environments you can now enjoy the beautiful sound of nature. Thanks to our digital technology, it will help you to hear even softest sounds.
It’s your brain that hears not your ears
Your hearing serves many purposes such as keeping you safe, locating where sound is coming from, and helping you follow conversations. Your ears and brain form a system and work together. Your ears funnel information into the hearing system and your brain processes the information into sound and meaning.
Your brain constantly takes in a wide variety of cues from your ears, and automatically and effortlessly identifies the sounds and locates where they are coming from. Imagine you are about to step into traffic. It is your brain that let you know whether it is safe to proceed. Therefore, it is crucial that you can hear all the sounds around you from both ears to understand where a sound is coming from. In noisy environments, your two ears work together to improve speech understanding by providing access to the important details in the environment. The more detailed the information your brain receives the easier it is to identify and follow what is being said.
Living with a hearing loss is tiring and can affect your ability to remember
Getting through the day with a hearing loss can be hard work. Everyday situations require more effort in order to follow and understand what is being said.
When you have a hearing loss, your ears lose their ability to pick up certain sounds. Your brain has to work much harder to”fill in the gaps” and guess what is being said.
Both of these tasks require more mental resources and can leave you feeling exhausted. Using more mental resources to hear leaves you with fewer resources to perform other important brain functions such as remembering what was said. So even if you manage to follow the conversation you may struggle recalling what has been said. To reduce the load on your brain, is it important that you hear all speakers clearly, especially in noisy environments.