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To hear is to belong

If vision places the world in front of us, hearing places us in its center. Clear hearing allows us to be part of it all.

By addressing your hearing changes, you don't have to miss out on life's best moments.


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Hearing loss is a natural part of life

Our hearing is so important and personal; it’s hard to admit its decline. But what if we changed the narrative around it and embraced hearing loss as part of being human? Because the truth is, it's something we'll all experience in some shape or form throughout our lives.

Hearing loss is natural.1 To test our hearing and find helpful hearing solutions should be too.

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At one point, I felt more and more excluded when I participated in social events. It was actually kind of a lonely feeling...When I felt I had to compromise, I took action."

- Carl
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Stay connected, test your hearing

Answer the following questions to see if it is relevant for you to get your hearing tested.

Question 1 - Trouble following conversations
Do you have trouble following conversations when there are 4 or more people present?
Have you received advice from your family or friends to get hearing tested?
Do you ever struggle to understand what others are saying because you cannot hear properly?
Do you find yourself turning up the TV or radio even when the volume is loud enough for others?

Your Result:

A hearing test is relevant for you

Your answers indicate that you experience symptoms of hearing loss. We strongly recommend booking a hearing test in one of our clinics.



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The result is an indication. An in-person hearing test can determine if you have a hearing loss.

Your Result:

A hearing test seems relevant for you

Your answers indicate that you experience some symptoms of hearing loss. We recommend booking a hearing test in one of our clinics.



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The result is an indication. An in-person hearing test can determine if you have a hearing loss.

Your Result:

It cannot be determined here if a hearing test is relevant for you

Your answers do not indicate that you experience symptoms of hearing loss. However, if you experience trouble hearing, we recommend booking a hearing test in one of our clinics.



Book your free hearing test:

The result is an indication. An in-person hearing test can determine if you have a hearing loss.

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Listening says more than a thousand words

Do you know that feeling of being heard by somebody else? To feel that someone is completely present with you, and that they are thoughtfully listening to what you have to say?

Hearing is more than a sense. It’s also a social skill, but then we call it listening. And to listen is not just to be quiet, it’s to be present—present with the people and experiences that matter most.

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Share life with the world

Loving your ears means staying connected with the people and places around you and being an active part of each moment. When you hear better, you can participate more fully with others.2

Many people lose their place in the world when they lose their hearing. At Audika, we'll help you find it again.

 

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4 ways to love your ears

Protect your ears
Protect them from noise. If you can’t avoid loud sounds, use adequate ear protection.

Prevent hearing loss

Test your hearing
Be aware of hearing changes and get tested annually once you turn 60 years old.

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Adjust your hearing aids
You can get your hearing aids checked to see if they need to be refitted or readjusted.

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Try new hearing aids
Assess if your hearing aids have run their course and if you need a new pair.

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1. World Report on Hearing. Who.Int, 2021, https://www.who.int/publications/i/item/world-report-on-hearing
2. Kochkin, S. (2011). MarkeTrak VIII Patients report improved quality of life with hearing aid usage. The Hearing Journal, 64(6), 25–26. https://doi.org/10.1097/01.hj.0000399150.30374.45