Are you missing out in conversations?
If so, you may have a hearing loss – one in two adults over the age of 50 experience it. This information comes as a surprise to most people who have lived with their hearing loss for years, hoping to keep it to themselves.
Having a hearing loss does not mean that you have lost your hearing, and it will not prevent you from enjoying life. However, you may need to do something about it if you want to continue living the life you want. Like rust on your car, hearing loss is often an unavoidable and natural part of life. And, like rust on your car, it is only a problem if you don’t do anything about it.
As hearing technology evolves to meet the needs that modern lifestyles demand, more and more people are again enjoying the social lives they’d begun to shy away from. Today’s hearing instruments bear no resemblance to those of yesterday. They’re petite, discreet, lightweight and reliable. Which means that hardly anyone will notice you’re wearing them – and neither will you!
We know from experience that a decrease in hearing levels can happen for many different reasons. This could be anything from exposure to excessive noise; to a chronic ear infection or something as simple as wax.
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