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Do I Have Hearing Loss?
For most people, hearing loss occurs gradually and the signs are subtle, so you may not recognise that there is a problem right away. Some of the most common signs of hearing loss include:
Many people know or suspect they are experiencing hearing loss but are scared to have it confirmed by a hearing test – they are happy to wear spectacles but scared to wear hearing aids. Today’s hearing aids are very small and discreet and assist with hearing in ALL situations, unlike in the ‘old’ days where they made everything louder.
If you suspect your hearing is blurred, in a similar way that vision can be blurred, then give us a call.
Numerous recent studies have shown that untreated hearing loss affects our emotional
and social well-being, our relationships with friends and family, and overall quality of life.
For individuals still in the workplace, hearing loss can have a negative impact on
earning potential as well.
The good news is that Sensational Hearing provides the most advanced and invisible
hearing aid technology which will reconnect you to the hearing world.
Frequently Asked Questions
Frequently Asked Questions
Below are some of the most frequently asked questions relating to hearing loss.
There are many indicators that hearing is decreasing - these include: difficulty hearing in crowds, difficulty with female or children's voices, thinking people mumble, having to ask people to repeat themselves, turning the television up to hear it better, and family members telling you that you have a hearing problem. If you think you have a hearing loss, ask a family member if they have noticed you having difficulty and book a hearing test. For the majority of people hearing loss is gradual and you may be the last to notice that you are experiencing difficulties.
Hearing loss is exhausting. It makes listening very stressful as you have to concentrate on every word to avoid looking silly when you guess wrongly what was said! It can affect your relationship with friends and family and cause you to avoid social interactions. If you think you have a hearing loss, friends and family KNOW you have one! The best thing you can do for yourself and those around you is to have a hearing test to see if you are a candidate for hearing aids. You may not know what you are missing if you never give hearing aids a try. Better hearing makes listening less stressful and can improve relationships with friends and family.
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Hearing loss is wrongly associated with growing older, and that is why people avoid getting hearing aids. Most people do not want to admit that they are getting older. Also many people have heard about other people's negative experience in the past with hearing aids. Hearing aid technology has improved dramatically over the past few years and hearing aids are now fitted to every client according to their exact hearing loss and listening needs. This means that every person will have a different experience.
You do not need a referral for a hearing test and can contact us directly on 0408498889.
If you have a hearing loss in both ears, it is recommended that you consider two hearing instruments. You will receive maximum benefit with good hearing in both ears. Just as it is important to receive information from both eyes, the same holds true for the ears. For example, if you were experiencing a loss of vision in both eyes you would not think of only improving your vision in one eye.
We offer a 30 day Trial period with a money back guarantee.
Unfortunately Medicare does not currently provide coverage for hearing aids. If you have private health insurance a simple call to your provider can provide information specific to your insurance plan and how much they will contribute towards hearing aids.