Hearing loss can result in a diminished quality of life for those affected. However, there is a better way. Due to the advances in medicine and hearing aid technology, nearly every hearing disability is treatable!
• Better relationships with family members
• Higher self-esteem
• Greater independence and security
• Improved mental health
Studies conducted over the past 10 years show hearing aid users report significant improvements in all areas of their lives. More than half of the users reported improvements in their home lives and level of self-esteem. About 40% said that their lives had improved in general, that they felt better mentally in addition to more self-confidence.
If you or someone you know seems to be suffering from the consequences of hearing difficulties, it's time to schedule a hearing evaluation.
•You watch your TV or radio louder than you used to, and your family is complaining
•It seems like everyone mumbles
•You frequently ask people to repeat themselves
•When in a group or at a party, you feel isolated
•Your ears have a constant ringing or buzzing sound
•It is hard to hear on the telephone
Reported findings from the National Council on the Aging (NCOA) survey carried out in 1999 among people over the age of 50 and suffering from hearing loss
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