The biggest problem
you’ve never heard of
Hearing loss isn’t just for older people.
In fact, it affects 1 in 6 adults of working age in the UK. With the rise of headphone usage, this is set to increase dramatically.
Hearing loss has wide-ranging impacts beyond just finding it hard to hear things around you.
We're on a mission to make better hearing care accessible for everyone.
How can eargym help you?
There’s lots you can do to look after your hearing health
What is hearing health?
Most of our hearing actually happens in the brain - this is where we process auditory information to make sense of the sounds we hear.
Our hearing health relates to how well our brain can understand and interpret meaning from sounds in challenging listening environments. Practising our hearing skills can help us improve our hearing fitness and become better listeners.
The better your hearing, the better your health
Most people are unaware that hearing loss is correlated with social isolation, mild cognitive impairment, and even dementia.
Practising your hearing skills could help you improve work performance, reduce your cognitive load, meaning your brain doesn’t have to work so hard to hear, and keep you connected to the world around you.
eargym can help your business
Whether it’s focusing on challenging tasks at work or socialising on a team day out, hearing is a vital sense that helps make sure we’re always performing at our best. eargym is helping companies bring better hearing health care to the workplace to boost employee well-being, increase productivity, and stand out in recruitment.
What eargym users say...
"eargym's games have helped me massively focus on listening. It has changed the way I view my hearing and I'm a much better listener now."