Hearing Loss Prevention
Enjoy life with all your senses for as long as possible, with audiologist-recommended ear protection and hearing loss prevention.
After aging, exposure to excessive noise is the most common cause of hearing loss. It is estimated that every year, more than 20,000 people suffer with hearing loss as a result of noise in the workplace. This worrying figure does not include hearing damage caused by recreational activities or exposure to loud noise in the home.
Sadly, noise-induced hearing loss is permanent. Once your hearing is gone, nothing can bring it back. The good news is that this type of hearing loss may be preventable with the right ear protection and hearing loss prevention tactics.
Are you at risk of noise-induced hearing loss?
Hearing protection is not just for construction staff, sound technicians and other people who encounter excessive noise at work. The risk of sustaining noise-induced hearing loss during your personal time is even greater, as there are no Health and Safety Officers monitoring noise levels or making sure you take precautions.
You may be at risk of noise-induced hearing loss, if you:
Play an instrument
Use power tools at work or for DIY
Participate in recreational shooting
Ride a motorbike
People who swim regularly may also benefit from wearing specialist ear plugs.
Contact us to book an appointment:
Tel: 01573 247 133