02/16
2017

Watching football with your dad is a pastime many children continue to enjoy even as their parents become elderly. One of the problems when your dad gets older is he loses the ability to hear things clearly. Watching the football game is no longer about listening to the commentator, it is about trying to be the interpreter between what happens on the television and relaying it to your father. His ability to hear the game means you spend the majority of the game yelling play calls to him rather than enjoying the game.

When you finally convince your father how hearing aids Manchester can completely change the way he enjoys the game, you will be in a better position to spend more quality time with him. Once he can clearly hear the games, you two will be able to follow the games closer and really enjoy the game as well as that precious time together.

09/24
2016

All Plugged Up And Nowhere to Go

It had been going on for weeks. I thought I was going deaf, honestly. Everything sounded strangely muffled. And the pain! My ears ached all the time. I was going mad. I had tried anything I could think of: increased elevation, swimming, and digging at my ears with a q-tip. Nothing. Finally I went to the doctor. I was told that I was not, in fact, going deaf, and that was the first time I had ever heard of ear syringing Manchester.

The process sounded terrifying. “I’m going to poke this tube in your ear and dig around a little,” was basically all I heard as the procedure was explained to me. And that’s basically what the doctor did. It wasn’t painful, but it was a very odd sensation. And when it was over, I had a disgusting earwax trophy. Needless to say, I’m now extremely diligent in cleaning my ears.