Why am I whistling ?
When sound leaks from the speaker (the part of a hearing aid that delivers the sound into your ear canal) and back into the microphone (always situated on an outer part of a hearing aid), the microphone will continuously re-amplify the sound. This loop of sound that is created produces the infamous high pitch whistle. Earwax will exaggerate the problem because sounds that should be travelling towards the eardrum are obstructed by the earwax and reflected back out of the ear. Those same reflected sounds will then be picked up by the microphones to eventually leak out again and again and again.
What's the hold up ?
GP surgeries and hearing aid retailers are reluctant to implement earwax removal services within their practice. So an individual who is already confidently aware of an earwax blockage must still go through the formality of booking an appointment with their GP surgery or hearing aid audiologist to "confirm" that there is an earwax build up. Once confirmed the patient is then expected to play the waiting game until they are finally seen for an earwax removal appointment.
We hope to cut out the middle man and the unnecessary waiting for a problem that is quickly and easily resolved using our state of the art micro suction earwax removal. Through HEARO you will remove the delays and we will remove the earwax.