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Signs that hearing loss is becoming a problem


Hearing loss can progress at a slow rate so that you may not realize it is happening.

Some symptoms of hearing loss you should look out for include:
• People are always mumbling
• You have trouble following group conversations
• You often misunderstand someone you cannot see
• You find it difficult to talk on the phone
• You avoid noisy restaurants

If you have been experiencing any of the above, consider making an appointment with a hearing specialist for a free hearing test. Your peace of mind will be restored when you know more about what is going on with your health.
Call (888) 522-9488 to set up your free hearing exam.

Help a loved one regain their quality of life


Watching a loved one struggle with hearing loss can be difficult. Many times you will notice they are having trouble hearing before they do. Treating hearing loss early on can prevent the onset of additional health problems and emotional distress and get them feeling confidant again. You will be surprised at the improvement in your loved one’s personal relationships when they can easily respond and converse again. They will rediscover many delights that they didn’t know they were missing, like the sound of rain falling or birds singing.

Some signs you should look out for:

• They frequently ask you to repeat.
• The volume they watch TV at is uncomfortable for others.
• They blame their inability to understand on you mumbling.
• You’ve noticed they withdraw or isolate themselves in social situations, so they don’t have to struggle to hear.
• They frequently miss the doorbell or telephone ring.

 

You don’t have to struggle in silence.


So much depends on sound. Your career. Your responsibilities. Your relationships. It’s your connection to world, and losing it is devastating. If you’re experiencing symptoms of hearing loss, let us help you. Call (888) 522-9488 to set up your free hearing exam.

Help a loved one regain their quality of life


If you have a loved one with a hearing impairment, catching it early on can prevent the onset of additional health problems and emotional distress and get them feeling confidant again. You will be surprised at the improvement in your loved one’s personal relationships when they can easily respond and converse again. They will rediscover many delights that they didn’t know they were missing, like the sound of rain falling or birds singing.

Hearing Loss Impacts Every Part of Your Life

Hearing loss is an invisible disability that is difficult to understand if you aren’t experiencing it. It can affect every aspect of your life from work to relationships to your health and safety. So much of daily life depends on communication, when you chose to ignore your hearing loss you are doing a great disservice to yourself and those around you.

Family

Family

Your husband’s corny jokes. Your granddaughter’s piano recital. Your baby’s first words. Sounds you shouldn’t have to miss.

Lifestyle

Lifestyle

The birds chirping in your garden. Your golf club hitting a hole-in-one. Your favorite hymn at church. Sounds you shouldn’t have to miss.

safety

Safety

The timer beeping on the stove. The dogs barking behind the fence. The sirens in the middle of the night. Sounds you shouldn’t have to miss.

Family

Family

Your husband’s corny jokes. Your granddaughter’s piano recital. Your baby’s first words. Sounds you shouldn’t have to miss.

Lifestyle

Lifestyle

The birds chirping in your garden. Your golf club hitting a hole-in-one. Your favorite hymn at church. Sounds you shouldn’t have to miss.

safety

Safety

The timer beeping on the stove. The dogs barking behind the fence. The sirens in the middle of the night. Sounds you shouldn’t have to miss.

How Hearing Loss Affects Your Health

How Hearing Loss Affects Your Health

Hearing loss can harm more than just your ears.

Why Hearing Loss Occurs

Why Hearing Loss Occurs

It happens to everyone – But why?

Hearing Lab Can Help

Choosing to do something about your hearing loss is a big step. Hearing Lab has been in business for nearly 70 years, helping people rediscover the sounds they’ve been missing is our passion. Call (888) 522-9488 or click to set up your free hearing exam.

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