This year, resolve to love your ears! To find a hearing centre near you and book a free hearing test today, visit www.hearinglife.ca.

This year, resolve to love your ears! To find a hearing centre near you and book a free hearing test today, visit www.hearinglife.ca.

This New Year, resolve to love your ears!

For your relationships, your happiness and your health: it’s time to care for your hearing

If your New Year’s resolution focuses on your health, relationships, making the most of life or getting a handle on your budget, don’t forget to include your ears in your plans.

“Hearing is central to so many aspects of our lives. It connects us to our community, builds confidence and enriches our lives,” says Jillian Price, Director of Audiology & Client Experience and Chief Audiologist at HearingLife Canada.

Hearing loss can be extremely isolating — if it’s challenging to communicate with loved ones or even clerks at the grocery store, you can start to feel disconnected from the world around you. Not only is that incredibly frustrating, but it can put serious strain on your mental wellbeing.

“We surveyed 24,000 people around the world about their ears, and found that hearing aid wearers are three times more likely to be happy than those without. One in four reported having better relationships, and 40 percent said they now have better conversations,” Price says.

With financing options available and a variety of hearing aids styles to choose from, loving your ears can fit your budget, too.

This year, resolve to love your ears!

  1. Protect your ears: When operating noisy equipment or attending a concert, wear ear protection to stop noise induced hearing loss before it starts.
  2. Test your hearing: Book a free hearing test to understand how your ears hear now, and to better track hearing loss. If you’re over 60, schedule hearing tests annually.
  3. Try hearing aids: If hearing loss is affecting your life and relationships, book a free hearing aid trial with no obligations. Hear the difference good hearing aids can make!
  4. Adjust your hearing aids: If you already wear hearing aids, regular check-ups are still important. You may benefit from a hearing aid adjustment, or there could be more advanced hearing aid technology that provides clearer communication.

HearingLife is Canada’s largest group of hearing centres, with over 250 locations across the country and thousands of clinics worldwide. That means that help is always nearby, whenever you need it.

“Our customers receive prompt service, even when they’re travelling. You’ll build a close relationship with your local clinic, but if you lose or damage your hearing aid while travelling, you’ll feel right at home at nearby HearingLife clinics and be able to enjoy your trip without interruptions,” Price says.

Ready to take the first step towards better hearing in 2023? Find HearingLife Canada in Chilliwack at 13-45966 Yale Rd. and in Langley at 2-20654 Fraser Hwy. Call 1-888-439-7993 to make an appointment today.

To find a hearing centre near you and book a free hearing test today, visit www.hearinglife.ca.

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Book a free hearing test to understand how your ears hear now, and to better track hearing loss. If you’re over 60, schedule hearing tests annually.

Book a free hearing test to understand how your ears hear now, and to better track hearing loss. If you’re over 60, schedule hearing tests annually.

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