Hearing Aids

If you have concerns about your hearing or you know a friend or a family member who could benefit from hearing care but has not yet realised it, our audiologist is available to give you friendly obligation free advice.

If you have concerns about your hearing or you know a friend or a family member who could benefit from hearing care but has not yet realised it, our audiologist is available to give you friendly obligation free advice.

Studies show that when hearing is enhanced through technology, a person’s quality of life improves significantly. 

These changes include better emotional stability, improved personal relationships, greater earning power, more intimacy, a greater feeling of control, better health, less stress and an improved sense of well-being.

Hearing loss is a natural fact of life, and nothing to be ashamed of. Hearing loss is something that should be talked about honestly.

We at AudioHearing want to help you to put your quality of life first.

Signs of Hearing Loss

  • Muffled quality of speech and other sounds
  • Difficulty understanding words, especially against background noise or in a crowd of people
  • Difficulty understanding people unless they are facing you
  • Thinking that others do not talk properly and mumble
  • Frequently asking others to speak more slowly, clearly and loudly
  • Difficulty understanding women and children’s voices
  • Struggling to hear conversation from a distance
  • Needing to turn up the volume of the television or radio
  • Difficulties hearing on the telephone
  • Avoidance of some social gathering
  • Missing the telephone or door bell
  • Hearing well in private settings, but not in groups
  • Becoming more sensitive to loud sounds
  • Experiencing ringing in the ears

Benefits of Treatment

Individuals who have hearing loss are treated by wearing hearing aids, the benefits of wearing hearing aids include:

  • Better relationships with family members
  • Better feelings about themselves
  • Improved mental health
  • Greater independence and security
  • Significant improvements in the quality of their lives

Studies show hearing impaired people who do not wear hearing instruments are more likely to experience depression, anxiety, paranoia and emotional sickness, compared to people who wear hearing instruments.

How Can We Help You?

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