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Ten Signs That You May Have A Hearing Loss.

If you are having trouble hearing in group settings or hearing on the telephone then you may have a hearing loss. Here are 10 common signs to look for to determine if you may have a hearing loss or not:

  1. You have trouble hearing on the telephone.
  2. You have trouble following a conversation when people are talking at the same time.
  3. The family (or your neighbor!) complains that your TV is too loud.
  4. You’re tired from straining to hear conversations.
  5. You have trouble hearing in noisy environments.
  6. You say “What?” a lot.
  7. People don’t seem to speak clearly.
  8. You misunderstand what people say.
  9. You have trouble hearing children and women.
  10. You become annoyed and frustrated during conversation.

 

If you recognize one or two of these signs then your hearing may not be affected. However, if you experience more than a few of these signs then getting a baseline hearing evaluation would be a good idea.

If you have any questions or concerns in regards to your hearing, or if you would like to schedule for a hearing evaluation, please give our office a call.

Have a great day and until next time, happy listening.

To read the full article, please clinic on the following link:http://www.healthyhearing.com/report/43310-Ten-signs-of-hearing.

 

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  • Review Hearing History

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  • Hearing Exam

    At this stage, we will need to test your hearing.

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  • Review results and Recommendations

    We will review the audiogram and other hearing test results with you.

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  • Hearing Aid Overview

    After we review the audiogram results with you, we will demonstrate the different types and levels of hearing aids - and give you an overview of today's technology.

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  • Discuss Complete Hearing Health

    This includes: Quarterly checks and cleaning, Program Adjustments, Batteries and Annual Hearing Screening.

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