Hearing Logic – Experts in ‘made to measure’ Hearing Aids
The team at Hearing Logic will provide you the time to help you choose the style of hearing aid that works best for you. If you choose ‘completely in the ear’ hearing aids, we are experts at making them fit properly. Everyone’s ear canal is a different shape so they will need to be ‘made to measure’.
In the UK today, around 40 per cent of people over the age of 50 have some form of hearing loss(1). However, according to a study published in the International Journal of Audiology(2), a surprising number of people choose not to wear hearing aids as they feel uncomfortable and self-conscious wearing them.
The self-consciousness surrounding hearing loss and wearing a hearing aids is quite normal as many people view having to wear a hearing aid as a sign of getting old. People can struggle with hearing loss for some time before realising that it can get in the way of a good quality of life, good health, and even personal safety. Older hearing aids were bulky and uncomfortable, it used to be hard to wear a hearing aid without feeling like it changed the way people viewed you.
Today there is good news for self-conscious hearing aid wearers, like many other electronics hearing aids have been made more compact as technology has improved. They have become smaller and now they are virtually invisible giving the wearer a significant boost of self-confidence.
At Hearing Logic, we specialise in the fitting of ‘made to measure’ invisible hearing aids that fit deeply inside the ear canal and are not visible to other people.
How can Hearing Aids Improve your life?
- Communication - Most importantly, you wear hearing aids to improve communication with others, this will improve your quality of life. Hearing loss can lead to feelings of social isolation. Hearing aids ensure that you can continue to be part of the life around you and help prevent you from feeling alone.
- Friends and Family – It is not just you who might feel frustrated. Consider how others feel if they are constantly repeating themselves or complaining that the volume level on the television is too high, a lot of these frustrations can be solved through you wearing hearing aids.
- Improved balance - Hearing loss can affect your balance which can lead to a greater risk of injury through falls.
- Improved mental health - Studies have shown that those who experience hearing loss also have a greater risk of developing dementia and other forms of mental decline. Hearing aids can help with hearing loss reducing the chance of developing dementia-related conditions(3).
The stigma and embarrassment of wearing hearing aids still prevents too many people from enjoying a fuller quality of life. It does not have to be like that, technology has come a long way and now it is easy to forget that you are even wearing a hearing aid.
Call 01482 651721 or email email@example.com to arrange your appointment today.