Re: Getting hard of hearing ? Yes you are but wonít admit it !
Posted by George on January 13, 2019, 7:59 pm, in reply to "Getting hard of hearing ? Yes you are but wonít admit it !"
Allan, I have blue tooth aided hearing aids via NHS and Freeman hospital. Previous privately purchased hearing aids had given me little to no benefit, Within an hour of using the NHS aids my life changed in an unbelievable way. Not only did my hearing improve dramatically but I was able to adjust the received volume from our TV (or anything else, via my mobile phone. The audio technician at the hospital put a blue tooth app on my phone which allows me to adjust the hearing aids, Nothing to do with your TV, All free to OAPs via the much maligned NHS , This was all wonderful but the big big bonus to me was my tinitus of more than twenty years disappeared almost immediatly. I was afraid to go to sleep in case this nightmare returned. After two years it hasn't. I adjust the received volume rarely but reiterate - the blue tooth is in your hearing aids - not your TV. Take your new NHS hearing aids and live your life anew, If you require more information I will gladly help. Anyone out there who also suffers from tinitus - there is a remedy. It is not a cure as when I take my hearing aids out - the tinitus returns but I enjoy my days without that terrible din - and can hear very well too. |
PS batteries and spares are free to OAPs