Accomodating hearing

I was given an NHS hearing aid when joining a new school age 7. Then at university I was struggling in lecture theatres so invested in some digital aids. To see Alex’s full story of his experiences with Harley Street Hearing & his Lyric hearing aids click here “When I attended meetings at work it was always so difficult to hear that it made me feel stressed and tired.

Although I have always had a hearing loss, I have never wanted to wear a hearing aid.

” READ THE FULL REPORT AT THE DAILY EXPRESS Paul Miller Playing and listening to music, especially the acoustic classical guitar, has been central to my life.Plus, a loud amplified doorbell may be good for the person with hearing loss, but if there are other people or pets with normal hearing in the household, that could be a problem.The second most important thing the doorbell can provide would be the ability to communicate with the visitor.These cells convert incoming sound waves into electrical signals that are then shuttled to the brain.The brain interprets the signals as meaningful sounds.

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