Don’t wait until it’s too late

Good hearing helps us enjoy the richness of life. From precious moments with loved ones to daily interactions with the world around us, keeping in contact with sounds impacts on your quality of life and emotional well-being. Clinical trials have shown that people who wear Hearing Aids have significant improvements in social function, communication, state of mind and depression compared to people with hearing loss who did not wear Hearing Aids.


Lost sounds

If you enjoy catching up with friends over a cup of tea, then you should be aware that as well as losing hearing, your brain may be losing the ability to process some of the sounds of speech, making it even harder for you to understand others.

Hearing solutions prevent this by ensuring the brain still gets full sound information. Acting early prevents years of missed communication by ensuring the regions of the brain responsible for processing speech sounds remain active.

Lost connections

When you live with hearing impairment, you only hear a fraction of the sounds that you should. Your brain has to work harder to follow a conversation, leading to increased tiredness. It is easy to experience feelings of frustration and isolation. Many people often reach a point where it is easier to stop communicating and simply withdraw.

If you think you may have a hearing loss, it is vital to have a comprehensive hearing checkup with a trained professional. At your hearing test, we will check for hearing damage and talk through your options for treatment.

A full hearing checkup is completely free at Triton Hearing and because we’re Consumer Trusted you know you’ll get genuine, honest advice from our experienced hearing experts. It’s free to call on 0800 45 45 44, or take an Online Hearing Test right now.

Why you should act now on hearing loss


The ability to understand speech can deteriorate over time if the brain is not receiving the full range of speech sounds.


The longer a person ignores the problem, the more difficult it can be to adjust to a hearing device or hearing aid.


Hearing loss changes our ability to process information and what is often attributed to memory problems may actually originate from hearing problems. The harder the brain has to work to understand sounds, the less it is able to remember what it has just heard.

It’s never too late.

The sooner you take action about hearing loss, the sooner you can enjoy life now and into the future. Take the first steps to better hearing today.