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Understanding Hearing Loss with DeafHear’s Hearing Aid Service

What is Hearing Loss?
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About DeafHear’s Hearing Aid ServiceTo understand hearing loss, you first need to understand how healthy hearing works. The ear can be divided into four parts that receive and process sounds before sending it to the brain as electrical signals.

The brain then translates these signals into language and sounds we recognise and understand.

The first diagram below illustrates what happens when there is normal hearing.
The second diagram explains what happens when there is a hearing loss.

When we hear well, the ear is an amazing instrument.

Speech signals are conducted perfectly to the brain, enabling us to understand.

What is Hearing Loss

With hearing loss, something goes wrong.

Your brain receives an incomplete signal, so the information processed is flawed.

What is Hearing Loss