Are you experiencing symptoms?
Common signs of hearing loss
- Asking others to repeat themselves
- Turning up the TV or radio to volume levels others find loud
- Having trouble understanding conversation in noisy places
- Feeling like other people mumble or slur their words
- Having trouble hearing women's and/or children's voices
- Having trouble hearing on the telphone
- Avoiding social situations that were once enjoyable
- Having trouble following a fast moving conversation
- Missing important information in meetings
- Being told by others that you have hearing loss.
Sooner is better
Over time, reduced stimulation to your ears and brain can actually impair the brain's ability to process sound and recognize speech. The more speech recognition deteriorates, the more difficult it is to recover. When you can't hear what's going on around you, your mental sharpness suffers.
The sooner you take action, the sooner you put a stop to the negative effects of hearing loss, and the sooner you begin to regain sharpness, confidence and control.
Why put up with hearing loss when you don’t have to? Nine out of 10 people surveyed by the non-profit Better Hearing Institute indicated their quality of their life improved with hearing aids. Begin your journey towards better hearing right here, using our interactive tools below.
- Online Hearing Test
- Hearing Loss Simulator
The solution is simple.
Communication is critical in life. Your job and social interactions are all more rewarding when you can communicate confidently — and hearing is vital to that. Research shows that people who get hearing aids benefit from:
- Fewer instances of confusion and disorientation
- Increased ability to concentrate and multitask
- Better memory skills and a greater ability to learn new tasks
- Alertness and awareness of their personal safety
- Increased earning power and more control over their lives
We Can Help You Find a Hearing Professional
If you think you or someone you know has a hearing loss, the next step is an easy one — confirm it by seeing a hearing healthcare professional.
Whether you consult with an audiologist, an ENT doctor or a hearing aid specialist, it's important to see someone who specializes in hearing problems. Seeing a hearing specialist will ensure you will receive a comprehensive evaluation and precise measurement of your hearing loss. Click here to find a hearing professional.