Hearing loss

Hearing loss is very common, and hearing and understanding is what you rely on to interpret the world around you. Through hearing clearly you can communicate and interact with your friends and family or with your favourite hobbies and interests.

When you’re hearing starts to deteriorate which can happen gradually or suddenly, it can impact you’re life and the way you interact with others.

Sounds around you can become muffled and unclear putting pressure on your brain to find ways to accommodate changes in your hearing to enable you to continue interpreting the world around you e.g. lip reading, body language.

There are more than 11 million people in the UK* that have some degree of hearing loss with 1 in 6* people which can potentially access effective hearing solutions.

*Action on hearing loss stats

First signs of hearing loss

If you’ve noticed that you’re struggling more with your hearing, we’ve created a comprehensive checklist of the first signs of hearing loss. Being aware of some of the signs can help to identify any hearing concerns in the early stages and what to do next.

Hearing loss FAQ's

Discover answers to questions you may not have thought of. If you have any unanswered questions, you can contact your local expert Audiologist who can provide any further information.

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