DID YOU KNOW
- 90-95% of hearing loss can be treated with hearing aids.
- About 90% of patients need hearing aids for both ears.
- Hearing loss is the #2 most common complaint among older adults, arthritis is #1.
- With even mild hearing loss, the use of hearing aids can improve job performance, enhance communication skills, increase earning potential, improve your professional and interpersonal relationships, stave oﬀ depression, gain an enhanced sense of self control and better your quality of life.
- Other medical conditions often co-exist with hearing loss, including: heart disease, diabetes, dementia, depression, sleep apnea and chronic kidney disease.
- When left untreated, studies have linked hearing loss eﬀects to: irritability, fatigue, tension, social rejection, loneliness, impaired memory and ability to learn new tasks, reduced job performance, and diminished psychological and overall health.
You may have hearing loss if…
- You frequently require repetition.
- You think people are mumbling or their speech is not clear.
- You have diﬃculty hearing and understanding children and
- You withdraw from social situations that you once enjoyed attending due to your hearing.
- You have diﬃculty hearing on the telephone or require the television to be louder than what others would prefer.
Don’t wait… Book a Hearing Assessment today!