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Three of your primary senses need annual attention

There is no embarrassment, or shame attached to visiting an optician, or the dentist, at least once a year, even though the latter can be terrifying for some people. Hearing Tests are free of charge, painless and more informative of your overall state of health than you might contemplate.


Yet, if you cannot see properly, or you have a raging toothache, your ears, apart from an occasional annoying ‘blockage’ usually caused by a build-up of earwax, will often endure the slowly diminishing quality of hearing loss without detection. It is so easy to compensate by turning up the volume of the TV, or radio, or stereo, or alarm-clock, even resorting to ‘reading people’s lips’, when listening to speech becomes impaired.


It is not just Hidden Hearing that recommends an annual FREE of charge hearing test, as all private hearing practitioners and the NHS state the same. Of course, sudden hearing loss will send you directly to your GP, who will also recommend regular testing. Once a year should be enough.

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