Brain-friendly Hearing Aids

Hearing is thinking

Your ears collect sound, but it’s your brain that actually understands it.

Good hearing helps your brain stay fit throughout your life – and helps avoid many other health problems. This means that hearing health is brain health.

That is why Oticon has developed a collection of Bluetooth hearing aids with BrainHearing technology.

What happens if your brain doesn’t get enough sound?

With hearing loss, there isn’t enough sound information coming to your brain from your ears or the quality of that information is too low.

This makes it much harder for the brain to orient itself in your surroundings – which then makes it harder to focus on what’s important.

Missing sound information makes it especially hard in situations like cafes and family gatherings where lots of people are talking.

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What can you do to keep your brain healthy?

A good sense of hearing with effective treatment of significant hearing loss is a key to maintaining a healthy brain throughout your life.

The qualified hearing care professionals at Ear & Hearing can test your hearing for any signs of hearing loss.

We can advise you on good, brain – friendly hearing aids from Oticon like Oticon Opn S and set them up to support your brain in the best way possible

Choose brain-friendly hearing aids with BrainHearing technology

When you choose Oticon hearing aids, you choose technology that always strives to support your brain in working effectively.

Oticon hearing aids help your brain receive the quality sound information it needs. Oticon More & Oticon OPNs are hearing aids that are designed to support your brain. 

Call us today on 1300 761 667 to book your Oticon hearing aid trial.

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Talk to an Audiologist

Find out more about how this hearing aid supports your brain to naturally work. Book a free 15-minute Audiological phone consultation.