June is Alzheimer's and Brain Awareness Month

June is Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness Month

Hearing loss is extremely frustrating for those who struggle with it, and this is also true for their loved ones. We often view hearing loss as one dimensional and solely a condition that affects our ears and our hearing, however the extent of the impact hearing loss can have on our bodies is much more then we might be aware of.

*Research has revealed a link between hearing loss and cognitive disorders such as Dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. In a study by John Hopkins that tracked 639 adults for nearly 12 years it was found that hearing loss can have an impact on how susceptible we are to these diseases. Individuals with mild hearing loss doubled their risk of dementia, moderate hearing loss tripled the risk and people with severe hearing loss were five times more likely to develop dementia.

According to a report by the *Lancet Commission that uncovered similar findings, this increased risk could be due to the fact hearing loss leads to lowered mental stimulation, isolation and eventually, cognitive decline.

At the Hearing Clinic UK, we understand first-hand the effect hearing loss can have. Many of our patients have told us how their hearing loss led them to ignoring calls, cancelling plans and intense feelings of isolation. This led them to feeling old before their time and in some cases even led to depression.

It’s important to note the signs of hearing loss as it often develops gradually and you may not notice the signs for some time, you can find more info here.

The results of these studies further the belief that you should not wait to get your hearing checked or ignore a loss. The average person waits between 7 and 10 years from the onset of hearing loss to get their hearing checked, this can have a devastating impact on your mental health but also on the level of clarity you can achieve when you eventually do decide to take care of your hearing health.

Hearing loss does not mean your life is over nor does it mean you cannot experience life to the fullest once more, today’s technology ensures you the best quality of life and we are here to make sure you get to experience that.

A massive breakthrough in dementia research is that hearing aids have been shown to protect against cognitive decline by keeping the brain actively engaged by processing sound. This ensures your brain is mentally stimulated and keeps you aware of the world around you.

Restoring your hearing with the help of a hearing aid allows you to maintain an active and varied social life, keeps your brain busy and by extension can help prevent dementia and cognitive decline.

If you or someone you love is struggling with hearing loss visit us at the Hearing Clinic UK today and change your life through better hearing.

Related Research:

* John Hopkins Research Article.

* Lancet Commission Research.

Connection Is Everything

Stay connected with The Hearing Clinic UK

Being able to communicate and connect easily with our loved ones has never been more important.

Barry came through our clinic doors last month desperate for an answer to his hearing problems.

“For the last year I’ve been working from home. It wasn’t until I went back to the office that I really noticed the decline in my hearing. Background noise and phone calls had become far more difficult, especially with others wearing face masks. After months of looking forward to regular socialisation this was really depressing. I knew I had to get something done.”

“My mum has hearing aids and she’s never done well with them, so I was a bit apprehensive about getting them myself. My audiologist Chris explained the advancements in today’s technology and how this wouldn’t be a ‘here are the aids and here is the bill’ experience.”

As we explained to Barry, the most important thing to understand when it comes to hearing loss is every person’s loss is unique to them, so the hearing aids must be tailored to them.

Revolutionary New Method Unlocks Your Speech Clarity Potential

At The Hearing Clinic UK, we have developed an exciting new technique to identify gaps in patients speech understanding. Using the very latest technology, we can now guarantee your maximised speech potential. It shouldn’t just be louder; it must be clearer, as clear as possible.

Chris Stone, Director and Audiologist

“Chris spent a great deal of time in fitting my system – testing and measuring how well I was hearing speech and fine tuning them to squeeze the very best from my ears. I had high expectations and was astounded at the clarity and comfort. I was amazed, and a week later I rang Chris to tell him he had given me my life back and I wouldn’t be parting with my devices. I was so impressed I had to bring my mum in to see him.”

Barry’s mum Annie had been prescribed both NHS and high street hearing aids several times and they always ended up on her bedside table and rarely in her ears. 

“They are pointless, more frustrating than beneficial, and I found myself constantly taking them out of my ears.” 

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“I was amazed at how neat and discreet my new hearing system is, and I almost jumped out of my chair when they were first switched on. It was like magic! Chris showed me how to take a phone call straight through my devices with just the touch of a button. Never in my wildest dreams did I think I’d hear this well again.”

Breakthroughs in Hearing technology mean that today’s hearing devices are equipped for much more. You can now link to mobile phones, tablets and other audio equipment quickly and easily.

Special Offer – all devices ordered until end of July 2021 will be eligible for a FREE Wireless Accessory valued at up to £500.

Pick from tv streamers, remote controls or mini microphones to complement your new system.

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Discover the perks of wireless connectivity from your hearing aids

Hearing aids of the past were often a point of frustration when we took phone calls. Often, they would struggle to correctly pick up the audio and this would result in us removing them from our ears and often forgetting to return them after the call had ended.

Modern Bluetooth hearing aids have built-in technology to stream high-quality audio from Bluetooth compatible devices. Bluetooth hearing aids often come with other high-tech options, including directional microphones, tinnitus relief and noise cancellation.

If you listen to audio on several different devices, then a Bluetooth hearing aid is a great option for you.

What are the top 3 Bluetooth Hearing Aid Devices currently?

What to Consider when choosing a Bluetooth Hearing Aid

When determining which Bluetooth hearing aids are the best, your audiologist will carefully consider a range of features such as the audio quality, the value you will receive from the device, comfort, customizability, battery life, tinnitus relief and additional features. The models we have chosen here will fit a wide range of budgets and come in a variety of styles.

Phonak Paradise

The Phonak Paradise Bluetooth hearing aid was built in the foundations of the runaway success that is the Phonak Marvel. However, the paradise stepped its game up by adding in multi device connectivity, meaning you can link to your mobile, laptop and tablet all at the same time.

Another impressive aspect of this Bluetooth hearing aid is it can be used as a hands-free earpiece when making or receiving calls – meaning you no longer search for your phone when it is ringing, you can either tap the button at the side of your hearing aid or double tap the housing device and chat to your hearts content.

Phonak Marvel

The Phonak Marvel Bluetooth hearing aid is the original Bluetooth device, highly praised for its ability to connect to both Apple and Android devices. This small piece of mighty technology is available in a range of styles from in the canal devices to impressive behind the ear options.

The perfect aid for those on the move or looking to connect with ease. Both the device’s microphone and speaker are built into the hearing aid so you can simply answer your call with the press of a button, without your phone in sight.

Signia Xperience

The next Bluetooth hearing aid on our list is this prime contender and part of the Signia X family. This device arrived on the market with a new, sleeker look due to Signia’s redesign. A durable device with excellent sound quality and clear, detailed speech recognition, Signia have reinforced their reputation for reliability.

An added perk of the Signia Xperience is its highly popular app. Praised for its ease of use and intuitive user experience the app is home to the Signia Assistant and TeleCare support, meaning you are always just a step away from the support you need.

The Next Steps

Technology has made incredible advances and Bluetooth Hearing Aids are just the tip of the iceberg. The popular Phonak TV Connector which allows you to stream the audio from your TV to your Bluetooth hearing aids without affecting the volume for others watching is also a huge draw for those struggling with hearing loss.

If you are interested in purchasing a Bluetooth Hearing Aid the first thing you should do is discuss your needs with an audiologist to make sure you get the best device for you

Speak to your audiologist for more information about the latest hearing aid technology. You can book online by clicking the button below or call our friendly team on 0333 320 7788

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Understanding Your Phonak TV Connector

The advancement in hearing aid technology means we can now do things through our hearing aids that we could never imagine possible. We can listen to music, take phone calls and even watch TV. One device that has us all hugely invested is the Phonak TV connector.

To learn more about what the TV Connector can do and how to use it, read on.

The Phonak TV Connector is a sleek gadget that allows you to connect compatible hearing aids to your TV or other entertainment devices. This device works in a similar fashion to how you would connect your wireless earphones to your smartphone.

The Phonak TV connector is compatible with the Phonak Paradise, Marvel and Audeo B-Direct hearing aids as well as some Unitron hearing aids. This easy to use device employs a technology known as AirStream to deliver impressive sound quality from any TV or Stereo system.  The TV Connector can simultaneously stream audio signals from up to 15 meters to an unlimited amount of connected hearing aids.

So how do you set it up?

When you receive your Phonak TV Connector the box should contain the connector itself, an audio cable and a power cord. Plug the power cord into the TV connector and then into the wall socket, this will give the connector power. Then connect the audio cable into the TV connector and the audio OUT port into the back of your TV. A green light on the TV connector will appear and this indicates that the device is ready to stream.

Now it is time to stream.

The first time you are connecting your hearing aids to the Phonak TV Connector it is important to make sure your hearing aids are within 1 meter of the TV connector. Press the connect button on the back of your Phonak TV Connector and once in range your hearing aids will connect – to confirm they are connected your hearing aids will play a confirmation tune. After this initial setup connection your hearing aids will automatically connect once in range.

Now it’s time to turn on your television, your hearing aids will automatically start streaming the audio from your television. It’s important to note streaming range is 15 metres.

If you wish to pair another users hearing aids to your Phonak TV connector use the ‘connect’ button at the back of your TV Connector, the newly paired hearing aids will hear the confirmation tune once successful.

Things to note

The Phonak TV Connector is designed to fit seamlessly into your life, using it will not affect the audio for anyone else who is also watching the TV with you.

If you wish to temporarily pause the audio streaming from your TV connector to your hearing aids, for example to have a conversation, you can push the button on your hearing aid to turn off the streaming signal from the TV. When you are ready you can simply push the same button again to reactivate the audio.

Your hearing aids can be linked to more than one Phonak TV connector. You can seamlessly switch from watching TV in your living room to the TV in your kitchen with no issues.

If you have to take a call while your hearing aids are paired with the TV Connector this isn’t a problem. If a call comes in on your Bluetooth connected smartphone while you are streaming from the TV, the phone call will take priority for the calls duration.

To end the audio streaming all you have to do is turn off the TV the connected audio source. This will automatically send the TV Connector into standby mode.

Speak to your audiologist for more information about the latest hearing aid technology and make sure you’re getting the most out of your devices.

If you’d like to read more about our latest devices, or more information about our hearing aid technical advances, click here:

Your Guide To Choosing The Right Hearing Aid

Choosing the right hearing aid can be a tricky business, especially if this is a new experience for you. Today’s hearing aids come in all different shapes, sizes, colours and boast a multitude of new technologies, all of which can be very overwhelming.

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Let’s Talk Tinnitus

What is Tinnitus?

For such a complicated condition Tinnitus can be explained rather simply. Tinnitus is when you experience noises in one or both of your ears, most typically this noise is said to be a ringing or buzzing, however it has been described as hissing, humming, whooshing and even likened to the sound of ocean waves. The noise isn’t caused by an external sound and other people usually can’t hear it. Tinnitus is common and affects about 15% to 20% of people, primarily older adults.

Tinnitus is unique to the individual, although you might be able to describe your tinnitus similarly to another person’s your perception of the sound can differ greatly.

Types of Tinnitus

There are two main types of Tinnitus: Subjective and Objective. The most common form of Tinnitus is subjective, which means other people cannot hear the sound. This type of tinnitus is often the result of hearing loss or exposure to excessive noise, which damages the hair cells or the inner ear. Objective Tinnitus is much less common. This is where other people, such as an audiologist carrying out an ear exam can also hear the sounds. This type of tinnitus can result from noise generated by structures near the ear as well as disorders that affect blood vessels, muscles and even some nerves.

Perception of Tinnitus

As previously mentioned, tinnitus can be perceived in various ways and there are three ways most reported.

  • Musical Tinnitus (Also known as Musical Ear Syndrome, this form of tinnitus can be extremely convincing. If you are experiencing this form of tinnitus you may believe that music is playing. This may sound pleasant however musical tinnitus can result in feelings of anxiety, problems with focus and higher stress levels.
  • Tonal Tinnitus (Most often perceived as continuous but can also be intermittent. The sound may be singular or multiple sounds mixed).
  • Pulsatile Tinnitus (This is perceived as a pulsing. Often this pulsing is synced with your heartbeat. Pulsatile tinnitus is rhythmic and most referenced as whooshing or like ocean waves).

Causes of Tinnitus

Tinnitus can be caused by several health conditions and many more can amplify its severity. Regardless of the cause what is evident to your audiologist is that the signal that should go from the ear to the brain is damaged or not working in some way. There are multiple reasons for this:

  • Age-related hearing loss
  • Exposure to loud noise (Your work environment, the volume of your music etc.)
  • Earwax blockage (caused by an accumulation of ear wax)
  • Ear bone issues (Stiffening of the bones)
  • Ménière’s disease (A disorder resulting in vertigo, hearing loss, a discomforting feeling of fullness in the ear and tinnitus)
  • Injuries to the head or neck (Some people who have been in car crashes have experienced tinnitus long after the accident)
  • Medications (Some medications can onset tinnitus)

Tinnitus can be experienced by anyone, however there are several factors which can increase your risk of the condition. These factors include your age, whether you are a smoker, cardiovascular issues and even gender.

Your audiologist will attempt to determine the cause of your tinnitus by asking you questions about your lifestyle and work environment. They will conduct a hearing health check and may ask you to move certain parts of your body while conducting imaging tests. Some people may never be able to determine the cause of their tinnitus, however your audiologist can advise and help decrease the severity of the condition and recommend treatment.

Treatment of Tinnitus

Unfortunately, there is no cure for tinnitus, however treatment can provide relief from symptoms and massively improve your quality of life. To find the right treatment it’s important that you work with your audiologist to determine the type and causes of your tinnitus. You audiologist will then provide a personalized treatment plan.

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How many times have you heard the words "You never listen"?

Or better yet how many times have you said those words?

We all have the ability to zone out, maybe a stressful day has our brain fried, or our thoughts are consumed with mentally compiling our shopping list. While our minds are otherwise engaged it can be easy to miss our partners telling us about their day or our children confessing their worries. We remain in our little bubble until the inevitable “You’re not listening to me!”

This abrupt scolding returns us to reality, we abandon our shopping list halfway through writing “wine and chocolate” and we aim to be more present.

On the opposite side of the scenario when we are the ones doing the scolding, we are told not to take it personally. Your mom is busy, your dad has had a long day, your friend has a lot on her mind; all excuses that allow us to simply move on without ever considering the deeper reasons for their tuning out.

I recently read an article titled “10 reasons why they aren’t listening to you” and throughout this exhaustive list not once was hearing loss mentioned. Not once did this article consider there could be a bigger issue. The most common signs of hearing loss are the everyday things we brush off. Things like turning up the volume on the TV excessively, avoiding phone calls and struggling with conversation.

The next time you are regaling your loved one with the tales of your day and you notice they aren’t paying attention, take your time to assess whether they are struggling with their hearing before you accuse them of not listening to you.

The biggest step in the hearing loss journey is admitting there is a problem in the first place. Hearing loss can have a hugely detrimental effect on those suffering with the loss, but it can also have a negative effect on their loved ones. When we struggle to hear we can feel embarrassed, ashamed and excluded. Yet when we feel ignored, we can feel unworthy and lonely. When we are dealing with hearing loss it’s important to be open and honest about the issues you are facing. The bonds of family and friends are essential to making the journey towards better hearing a much easier road to navigate.

Often in the clinic we hear stories of hearing loss that very slowly appeared, starting with little things such as missing words here and there that became big things like entire conversations occurring with them none the wiser. Hearing loss is progressive, it doesn’t get better or go away on its own. We should never ignore the signs and much like we take care of our eyesight with yearly visits to the optician we should also prioritise our ear health.

Don’t miss out on important conversations, visit the Hearing Clinic UK today and get a free hearing health check. Never be accused of not listening again.

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Your Guide To Choosing The Right Hearing Aid

Choosing the right hearing aid can be a tricky business, especially if this is a new experience for you. Today’s hearing aids come in all different shapes, sizes, colours and boast a multitude of new technologies, all of which can be very overwhelming.

In this blog we’ll give you some things to consider when you’re buying a hearing aid.

The first thing to consider might seem pretty obvious but it’s amazing how many of us would buy a two seater Boxster simply because of the Porsche logo momentarily forgetting we have children and partners, friends and clients that we regularly chauffer. As fast as this car goes, it’s not really going to do the job in the long run.

It’s essential that you take into account the kind of hearing loss you suffer from. Is it mild or severe? Your hearing loss is unique to you and it’s important that you understand your needs and what you require of your hearing device.

Do you need a hearing aid that can go the distance without needing a recharge? Is Bluetooth and being able to take calls on the go important to you? What about size or colour? Some people like to flaunt their devices while others prefer more subtle tech.

The fact remains there is a hearing aid to suit everyone, but finding that perfect match might takes a little self-reflection and some discussions with your audiologist.

One big consideration is your lifestyle.

Do you go out or stay in?

Are you more of a dinner and drinks person or do you prefer to spend your Friday nights watching TV at home?

If you prefer evenings out on the town you’ll find yourself exposed to a lot of background noise. If you’ve suffered with hearing loss for some time now you’ll know what we mean. Lots of indistinct chatter, glassware clinking, chairs scraping – essentially lots of noise and none of it clear.  For you the best type of hearing aid is one that reduces background noise and enhances speech to make sure you’re getting the most out of your lunch dates and dinner parties.

However if you’re someone who prefers a quiet night in with a book or a close conversation with a friend this particular feature might not be the most important one for you.

What about streaming?

Do you want to be able to listen to your music or TV directly from your hearing aids?

Do you often wonder if your hand is actually physically glued to your phone? If so there’s a good chance Bluetooth hearing aids are the devices for you. Hearing aids of the past often limited the wearer’s access to their personal audio devices. Many of today’s hearing devices offer Bluetooth connectivity to your phone, tablet, TV or any of your other favourite tech. Say goodbye to swapping out your hearing aids for earphones just so you can listen to your favourite music.

You can even manage your hearing aid from your smartphone. Today’s hearing aids aren’t just a one trick pony and they can do much more than amplify sound. You can access dozens of apps that will help to personalize your hearing aid experience.

What about sound?

Do you struggle to hear soft sounds?

When we begin to lose our hearing we don’t always notice it. Sounds like birds chirping, paper crackling and even the soft voices of children can be missed and we can be none the wiser. If you find yourself struggling with soft sounds you would benefit greatly from a hearing aid with a good capability to amplify those soft, ambient sounds.

Another thing to consider that we can sometimes forget is our work environment.

There’s a big difference between working at construction site and working in an office, or at least we hope there is – some offices might feel like you’re on a construction site! It’s paramount that when you are choosing a hearing aid you take into account your work situation. Do you need to reduce unwanted background noise exponentially? Do you need to capture soft sounds? Do you work in a lecture hall or theatre where having a good perception of acoustics is necessary? It might seem exhaustive but all these factors play a part in choosing the right hearing aid.

And finally, possibly the most important thing to consider is:

Where is my hearing most important to me?

Do you host large gatherings, go to religious services, regularly play sports or maybe you’re an avid sailor? It’s important to ask yourself what parts of your life are significant to your hearing journey as these are essential in choosing the right hearing aid for you.

The first step to treating your hearing loss is to make an appointment to see a specialist audiologist who will test your hearing. If a hearing loss is identified they will then clearly and thoroughly explain any treatment plans or options and will be there to help you navigate your journey to better hearing.

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World Health Day

Are you listening?

We’re all guilty of it.

We’ve all got wrapped up in the manic hustle and bustle of our daily lives so much so that we forget to stop and check in with ourselves. We’ve ignored that pain in our lower back that tells us we should take things easier. We brush off the bags under our eyes and promise ourselves we’ll get more sleep tonight.

But what about the things we can’t see?

What about when you pick up the phone and see ‘2 missed calls’ even though you never heard the phone ring. Or when your daughter walks into the kitchen in a huff because she was calling you from upstairs for ‘ages’. These are the little signs that we tend to ignore, yet they are clues that our hearing may need to be checked.

While we are often aware of the direct implications of hearing loss such as missed calls or irate children, it is the hidden mental battles that can be the most debilitating. Some people with hearing loss are aware there’s a problem, but are scared face the issue for fear they become a burden to their family and friends. These people tend to be the ones most affected by the mental toll of hearing loss.

They can be plagued by feelings of frustration, worthlessness and even isolation. It’s that once bubbly friend who is now quiet and reclusive or your golf partner who hasn’t missed a game in twenty years and is suddenly finding excuses to cancel.

When our friends or family are under the weather we are the first to recommend they see a doctor, yet when it is ourselves we attempt to power through it. ‘It’ll be better in the morning’ we say and ignore the fact that our body is telling us something is wrong and we need to listen.

There are solutions to hearing loss, there are specialists and treatments and all manner of routes you can take but the most important step on anyone’s hearing journey is acceptance, and the easiest way to accept hearing loss is to have a support system ready to help you through it.

This World Health Day make sure you are checking in with the people in your life who mean the most to you. Keep an eye out for signs they may be struggling with their hearing and make sure you are there to lend a supportive shoulder, listen to their worries and frustrations or even open up about your own fears.

Book a free, no obligation hearing consultation with one of our specialists today and put your worries to rest.

The Role Of The Grandparent - Don't Let The Little Things Become Big Things

 The role of a grandparent is made up of the ‘little things’. Things like the first time your grandson won’t settle until ‘Gran sits with me’ or when your granddaughter simply must tell you every tiny detail about what happened in Peppa Pig this week. Whether you’re reading them a bedtime story or explaining why they really can’t run with scissors- no matter how many times they’ve seen Daddy do it- a prominent aspect of these interactions is conversation. 

Children are famed for their inquisitive nature. 

  • ‘What is this?’ 
  • ‘Can I have that?’
  • ‘What does this do?’
  • And the dreaded ‘What are you eating?’

Questions that are adorable and although we wouldn’t change a thing, at times, draining. This is even truer if you suffer from hearing loss. 

Are you consistently asking your grandchild to ‘speak up’? Do they mumble? It may not be them, but rather your hearing. Children tend to have higher pitch and softer voices than adults. This can make it harder for people experiencing hearing loss to understand what they are saying and feel as if they are constantly mumbling. 

As your hearing loss progresses unchecked you may find it begins to take a toll on the relationships in your life. The frustration of misunderstanding what people are saying or even missing conversations entirely can lead to feelings of hopelessness and isolation. 

It’s important to realise there is a solution and even better, there is prevention. From the age of 60 it is important to get your ears checked annually and to monitor any signs of change in your hearing. Are you asking others to repeat themselves often? Are you turning up the volume of the TV to glass shattering levels? If this sounds like you, it might be time to see a professional. A free, no obligation hearing consultation with a specialist audiologist may be the answer to all your problems. Well not all of them but the ones affecting your ears? Definitely. 

In our clinic we have seen countless patients walk in brimming with frustration and despair. Hearing loss has affected their lives to the point they feel disconnected from their family. Milestones and moments they wish to be a part of have become isolating and disheartening. 

One of the greatest experiences as an audiologist is watching the light return to our patient’s eyes as they hear their grandchild’s laugh as clear as day for the first time in years. Or when they pick up the phone and take part in a conversation with barely a lull in conversation. 

Taking care of their hearing gave them years of the lives back and you can have that too. 

Get your hearing checked today and make sure you don’t miss a chance to stop those cheeky grandchildren in their tracks with the words; ‘If you don’t stop that, I’ll tell your mother.” 

Your Hearing Aid Reassessment

IF you’ve reached the point in your hearing loss journey where it’s time for your three year reassessment you’ve probably done all the right things to treat your hearing loss.

The most important thing you did was you realized there was an issue in the first place. Maybe a loved one gave you a little nudge or you became tired of the frustration of hearing loss. You visited an audiologist and you got your hearing tested. In a much more simplified version of your journey to a better quality of life – you got hearing aids.

Now, you probably know just as much as we do that it takes a bit of testing out different hearing aids and fiddling with the devices to make sure they are tuned exactly to your needs. We even ensure your devices are tuned exactly to your life, whether that’s your job, your family or your hobbies. These devices much like your hearing loss are unique to you.

We hope that your hearing aids have given you a new lease of life and that you haven’t looked back since that day you walked out of the clinic amazed at your new found hearing. However, with all devices, tech and even hearing problems, it’s important that you get reassessed every few years to make sure you’re getting the best you deserve and to reassess your needs.

If it’s been a while since you visited an audiologist for a checkup or you’re having an issue with your hearing aids that you’ve avoided getting checked now is your sign. Book an appointment with a specialist or call us today on 0333 320 7788.