Is your hearing 'bad enough' for hearing aids?
Most of us ask this question hoping we’ll hear: “Of course not, not you—not yet!”
And that’s understandable. But—to put it bluntly, your hearing is bad enough for hearing aids when you start to have trouble hearing.
- When it starts to feel like more and more people are mumbling.
- When it starts interfering with the moments you want and need to hear.
- When you start skipping social events and withdrawing from loved ones.
Plus, multiple research studies show that getting hearing aids early on—as soon as you start to notice yourself straining — is linked to:
- Less risk of early-onset cognitive decline and other nasty side-effects
- Less noticeable tinnitus symptoms
- More earning power
Sorting out your hearing quickly positively impacts every aspect of your life – your relationships, your employment, your physical and mental health.
Answer a few questions to find out if you could benefit from a hearing device
Our Quick Hearing Check is an easy way to assess whether you could benefit from a hearing device. You can take it now, for free, and it only takes a few minutes.