Do You Have Hearing Loss?
Do any of these apply to you?
- I often ask people to repeat themselves.
- I have trouble understanding conversations when there’s background noise, for example, at a restaurant or in a busy workplace.
- I avoid social situations because I have trouble following the conversation.
- I turn up the TV and radio to levels that others tell me is loud.
- I often have ringing in my ears.
- I hear in one ear better than the other.
- I’ve been told that I have a hearing problem.
Is Hearing Loss Treatable?
The good news? Most hearing loss can be helped. There’s no reason to tough it out or to feel left out when you could be getting more from life.
How many people suffer from hearing loss?
Of course, you can’t stop the clock. But you can treat hearing loss. With the right hearing treatment plan and hearing aid, you’ll be able to turn up the volume on everything. You can stop asking people to repeat themselves. You can turn down the TV so your next-door neighbors aren’t hearing it, too. With hearing aids, you’ll be able to participate in the activities you enjoy and live to the fullest again.
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How Does The Ear Work?
The middle ear has three small bones, often referred to as the hammer, the anvil and the stirrup, and the eardrum. The middle ear has an important job: to amplify sound. If any of the middle ear’s parts get disrupted, significant hearing loss can result.
Hearing: The Inside Story
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If you’re experiencing hearing loss, we’re here to help. We’ll explain your options and help you choose the best solution for your hearing needs and your lifestyle.