One of the main concerns we get told at free hearing tests is how to go about coping with hearing loss in day-to-day life.
It's also one answer that we can't definitely give because it depends on such a wide number of factors.
Primarily, the extent to which you suffer from the condition will affect how well you go about dealing with it in home, work and leisure time while your personal coping attributes play a part as well.
One of the key areas people often worry about is, living with hearing loss while at home.
It may not become apparent just how odd it can be having a lesser sense of hearing until it happens but, ultimately, there are ways you can make life easier.
Talk to those who you live with and explain that you will need time and understanding in order to make a smooth transition to life with a digital hearing aid.
It's also worth noting just what changes you may need to make, such as speaking clearer and annunciating words in a more obvious manner.
To an extent, the same goes when it comes to the office environment and your professional life.
Many of our customers often have concerns about what effect hearing aids and the whole issue around the condition will have on their career but again communication is key.
Discuss with fellow employees and bosses about what you require to make things easier and generally help you adapt to life with your aid.
On top of this, you can always speak to our audiologist in-branch on any issue.
It's believed that there are millions of undiagnosed cases of hearing loss in the UK currently but with sufficient communication, you can make sure that your road to recovery is as simple as possible.
Don't bury your head in the sand. Instead, be open and discuss any issues you are worried about.
Ultimately, this will help you recover from the condition much quicker and more simply.