Hearing Loss is one of the most common condition which affects a number of people of different ages. An individual with hearing impairment experiences communication and auditory difficulties in a variety of listening situation, leading to isolation and withdrawal from society.
How do you know if you have hearing loss? Ask yourself these questions... and answer them truthfully!
- Do you have to turn the volume up on the television?
- Do you hear, but not necessarily understand what others are saying?
- Do you have trouble following conversations in busy places?
- Do you often ask people to repeat sentences
What to do?
If you’ve answered yes to one or more of the above questions, speak to a hearing care professional and take the first step in the right direction.
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