Did you know
1 in 6 adults experience some degree of hearing loss
Untreated hearing loss can cause you to withdraw from socialising because conversations take so much more mental energy. Left untreated, hearing loss can lead to feelings of isolation and depression.
Your brain may need more sound!
If your brain doesn’t get the sound information it needs, you'll find it more difficult to understand what people are saying and what's happening around you.
In this way, a hearing problem becomes a brain problem, which turns into life problems.
What can you do to keep your
One of the most important things you can do is to get a hearing test – and then get proper treatment if you have any type of hearing loss.
A qualified hearing care professional or audiologist can test your hearing for any signs of hearing loss. They can advise you on good, brain-friendly hearing aids and set them up to support your brain in the best way possible.
Hearing aids help to ensure your brain receives the quality sound information it needs to remain healthy.
Ask your local hearing care professional to fit you with hearing aids featuring BrainHearing™ technology – and let your brain be the judge.
A hearing aid is not just a sound amplifier. It’s a highly sophisticated communication device that can empower you to live life to the very fullest.
Connectivity lets you turn your hearing aids into wireless headphones*
This means you can get the sound from your TV or mobile device streamed directly to your hearing aids*. The latest hearing aids are also able to connect to the Internet and can be discreetly controlled from a hearing aid app. Many people feel that connectivity has improved their quality of life.
*Selected devices. Speak to your hearing care professional for more information.
Most medical aids contribute towards hearing devices. Your hearing care professional can discuss the options that are available within your price range.
Speak to your hearing care professional about the price of hearing aids today.