Make Your Hearing Better
People with hearing loss don’t realize the importance of a hearing aid until the condition worsens.
Hearing Loss is a problem that occurs gradually and slowly over a period of years. People don’t realize that they are getting used to asking people to repeat themselves.
Many people with a hearing loss often have problems hearing in noisy places like restaurants, social gatherings or business meetings.
Hearing Loss is a physical condition but strongly affects a person’s mind. Often, people become so self-conscious, so frustrated and irritated that they end up avoiding communicating with others, often pulling back and avoiding activities and hobbies all together.
A hearing test is the first step to determine whether you have a hearing loss or if there are any other problems that could be causing hearing difficulties. This test helps evaluate the best treatment options and begins with selecting appropriate hearing aids that
- Work best for you and your hearing loss
- Is optimized in accordance with your lifestyle
- Is budget conscious and affordable
Regain your confidence and enjoy your life to the fullest. The sooner you treat your hearing related issue, you’ll be impressed, and will quickly regain your confidence. With the help of a hearing aid, you will experience better hearing being able to process sound information much faster.
Hearing Loss Types:
Have a professional hearing test and examine what type of hearing loss you have.
- Conductive Hearing Loss: Basically a temporary hearing loss that can easily be treated with medication, a short procedure and on rare occasions with surgery.
- Sensorineural Hearing Loss: It occurs when tiny hairs in the cochlea are missing or damaged. Hearing aids are the best solution for this condition.
- Mixed Hearing Loss: It is a combination of conductive and sensorineural hearing loss that is usually treated with hearing aids alone, sometimes in conjunction with medication, a short procedure or with surgery.
- Central Hearing Loss: The main reasons are strokes and central nervous system diseases. This type of hearing loss is treated with a therapy called auditory rehabilitation.