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Is your hearing leaving you at a loss? Are you sick and tired of asking people to speak up, and would you love to hear more clearly, but don’t want to wear a hearing aid that makes you look old?
You are not alone!
Hearing begins to decline by the time you reach 25, which means by the time you turn 50, there is a 50% chance of having difficulty hearing conversations especially in noisy environments.
There are many potential causes of hearing loss, and the factors that speed up the decline process can vary, and some can be more dangerous than others. However the most common of these are: genetics, over-exposure to loud noises, and injury. Seeing that most hearing loss happens slowly, it’s usually overlooked as a serious loss until the loss becomes way more obvious and virtually embarrassing for the sufferer.
Common hearing loss symptoms include:
- Feeling like others are always “mumbling”
- Difficulty understanding words, especially with significant background noise
- Frequently asking others to speak more slowly, clearly and loudly
- Needing to turn up the volume of the television or radio
- Withdrawal from conversations
- Avoidance of some social settings
When it comes to hearing loss, most people are in denial often putting off their treatment for years, not wanting to wear embarrassing bulky hearing devices that cost thousands of dollars.
Good news, there are low cost hearing-aid breakthroughs available
Due to some incredible advances in technology there are a lot of great options available to help alleviate some of these issues.
If you believe that you or someone you know may be suffering from hearing loss, help is available. The right treatment for you or your loved one depends on the cause and severity of the hearing loss. In many cases, a hearing aid is the perfect choice to help amplify sound and get the user listening more clearly again.
Interested in the possibilities? Search now to find the right option to discuss your hearing aid options today.
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