Play an active part in life

Life is full of precious moments.
The right solution can help you never miss a single one.

Not just sound quality.
Life quality.

Improving your hearing is about much more than frequencies and decibels – it’s about your ability to engage fully with life and the people you care about.

With hearing loss, your brain is constantly at work trying to extract meaning from noise. Hearing aids can help your brain make sense of the sounds and let you understand more with less effort. You will be less tired and less frustrated, and you will have the energy to enjoy and take part in life around you.

  • Hearing loss in children

    Children’s hearing is important for their development. Get insights, tips and support for daily life and learn about solutions for a better future.

  • What is hearing loss?

    What happens when we lose hearing? Learn about the symptoms of hearing loss and the most common causes.

  • How do hearing aids work?

    Modern hearing aids are tiny computers, which do more than just boost volume. They create natural, understandable sound.

Do you recognize early signs of hearing loss?

Ask yourself these 6 questions. If you can answer YES to most of them, it might be a sign of hearing loss, but you need a professional hearing test to confirm it.

  • Do you experience that people around you mumble or speak softly?

  • Do you find conversations in restaurants or crowded places difficult?

  • Do you often have to turn up the volume on your TV, radio or phone?

  • Do friends and family members complain that they have to repeat what they say to you?

  • Do you have to look at people’s face in order to be able to understand what they are saying?

  • Have you noticed that everyday sounds, like the twittering of birds, footsteps or the clock ticking, are gone?

I might have hearing loss!
What now?

If you have hearing difficulties it’s important that you get help. Learn what happens at the hearing centre and how your doctor, your relatives, and not least, you yourself, play important roles on the journey to better hearing for you.

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Hearing loss in children

We start to develop language from the moment we are born. Even though children have not yet learned to talk, they are constantly listening. With hearing loss, the basic development will often be delayed, so every minute counts.

Children with hearing loss often have difficulties with communicating because they are unable to hear sounds around them – maybe even their own voice. If your child shows signs of hearing loss like not being startled by loud sounds, difficulty locating sounds or delayed ability to understand or speak (for his/her age) it is important to get a hearing test. The sooner the hearing loss is identified and treated, the better the chances of a brighter future.

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  • How our hearing works

    We hear with our brain – not with our ears. Get to understand the normal hearing process.

  • Getting help

    What to do when you suspect hearing loss, and the process of finding the right solution

  • Tinnitus

    What is tinnitus, why do some get it and what can be done to relieve the symptoms

  • Find a hearing centre

    A hearing care professional can test your hearing and devise a treatment that suits you