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Brexit Could Drive Quality Of NHS Hearing Aids Even Lower

By Eric Davies, November 14th, 2019

Current NHS hearing devices are way behind the latest technology and could slip even further.

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Recent reductions in spending by the NHS trusts mean people who struggle to hear properly are likely to be offered out of date solutions.

If you need hearing aids for both ears it is likely you will only receive an aid for one ear leaving the other to deteriorate. If you have mild to moderate hearing loss you may have to wait until your hearing further deteriorates into a severe loss before you can receive help.

Your choice will also be significantly limited. Hearing Aid technology has moved incredibly fast in recent years, especially throughout 2019, and the latest hearing aids include brain hearing technology reducing the strain on your brain and lowering your chance of developing dementia.

Other NEW technologies include:

Many of these hearing aids are not available on the NHS for years after they are launched.

Falling levels of aftercare are also a concern. Cuts to follow up appointments, which provide essential adjustments to hearing aids, could leave you with hearing aids which are not working properly and you will not reap the full benefits.

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Chatting with friends and family or simply relaxing around the house, 90 percent of your activities involve motion and your surroundings change constantly. As you move, the sound in your environment changes and so should your hearing aid.

Just living life means you can go from easy hearing to nearly impossible in just a few seconds. Moving from the relatively quiet surroundings of your home to a busier, more acoustically challenging place like a bustling shopping area, restaurant or car can often be a daunting experience.

The issue with existing hearing aids is that they either focus on what is directly in front of you or on your general surroundings, often missing important sounds that matter. This is the first hearing aid platform that doesn’t make that compromise and everything works automatically so you do not need to do a thing.

Now you can always hear everything that matters to you:

  • Hear all the sounds that make hearing enjoyable and ignore the rest
  • Hear clearly in any situation, wherever you go, even in noisy environments
  • Be an active part of every conversation with family and friends

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Why is it common for people to leave hearing loss untreated

There are still a staggering 6.7 million people in the UK who could benefit from hearing aids who continue to leave their hearing untreated and it’s usually, on average, 7 years before they take action causing a number of health and social issues.

Untreated hearing loss can have a significant impact on quality of life. Feelings of depression and isolation are common and recent studies show leaving hearing loss untreated can even accelerate the onset of Dementia.

The fact is that many people who suffer from hearing loss are reluctant to attempt to buy a hearing aid because they find the whole process confusing and are not sure where to find truly independent advice and the best prices. Always Hear is truly independent and only puts you in contact with highly reputable hearing specialists in your local area.

Why is it common for people to leave hearing loss untreated

There are still a staggering 6.7 million people in the UK who could benefit from hearing aids who continue to leave their hearing untreated and it’s usually, on average, 7 years before they take action causing a number of health and social issues.

Untreated hearing loss can have a significant impact on quality of life. Feelings of depression and isolation are common and recent studies show leaving hearing loss untreated can even accelerate the onset of Dementia.

The fact is that many people who suffer from hearing loss are reluctant to attempt to buy a hearing aid because they find the whole process confusing and are not sure where to find truly independent advice and the best prices. Always Hear is truly independent and only puts you in contact with highly reputable hearing specialists in your local area.

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To combat this sorry state of affairs we are proud to introduce you to the Always Hear partner network.

We help connect you with your local hearing specialist who can demonstrate and even let you try the latest hearing aids for yourself.

There are a wide range of models available to suit all budgets.

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