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New Year, New Hear!

2 Min read

3rd Jan 2023

Treating hearing loss can help you keep your New Year’s resolutions

The new year is here, and with it come all the new years resolutions. Making these resolutions comes easy, the challenge is making sure they don’t melt away with the snow as winter turns to spring.

Some resolutions might include stress management, spending quality time with friends and family, and doing more social activities or hobbies. For those who struggle with hearing loss, keeping these and other similar resolutions can be difficult. Treating your hearing loss in 2023 can help you achieve your resolutions and improve your life, here is how:

Stress management

Hearing related stress can make every day life challenging. It can present itself if you have to constantly ask people to repeat themselves in conversation, avoiding crowded or loud situations or even travelling. Finding a solution can help you hear better in these situations, therefore reducing some of your daily stress.

 

Social activities & hobbies

Thinking about volunteering work or joining a club but have been too self-conscious about your hearing loss? Don’t let your hearing loss keep you from making new friends and experience new adventures in the coming year. Likewise, starting a new hobby, whether by yourself or in a group setting, can be challenging. Having the confidence to address your hearing issues can lead to new talents and friends.

 

Quality time with friends & family

If being able to stay in touch with loved ones is a priority, addressing your hearing concerns can be a step in the right direction. Being able to communicate easily in person, over the phone or over zoom, will help put your mind at ease.

 

Visit Worcester & Stratford Hearing Centres

If being healthier was on your new year’s resolutions, take a few small steps towards healthy hearing too. Seeking help, advice and ultimately treating your hearing loss will benefit your quality of life.

Whether you have hearing aids or you’ve never even had a hearing test before, at Worcester & Stratford Hearing Centres we will look after all your hearing needs, from your initial assessment to fittings and continued bespoke care.

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Tom Dixon

Tom Dixon Director of Audiology

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Do you suffer from hearing loss?

Do you think your issue could be related to a build-up of ear wax?

From the information you have given, you may need Ear Wax removal treatment. An audiologist can asses your situation at your appointment and perform the treatment required. If no wax is present the audiologist will advise you accordingly.

Do the people around you seem to mumble and not speak clearly?

Do you tend to go out less because it is hard for you to follow other people's conversations?

Has anyone ever told you that they often have to repeat things to you?

Is it difficult for you to follow other people's conversations in noisy environments, for example, in restaurants?

Do you find yourself having to turn up the television or radio to hear speech better?

Based on your answers so far, it looks like you might be experiencing hearing loss

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