Don’t Let Hearing Loss Disconnect You from the World
It’s easy to put off a hearing test, but nearly all hearing loss is progressive. It doesn’t get better on its own. The sooner a loss is diagnosed, the more successful treatment will be, and treatment doesn’t just affect your hearing; it can help combat cognitive problems as well.
You’re in control; schedule a hearing test and improve your connection to the world around you.
Have You, Your Partner or a Loved One Experienced These Common Signs of Hearing Loss?
- Family or friends have remarked on your hearing.
- People seem to mumble, or you need them to repeat themselves often.
- You have trouble following conversations in groups, especially with background noise.
- Telephone conversations are difficult to follow.
- Others comment on the volume when you listen to the TV or music.
The ability to communicate clearly is one of the most valuable gifts you can give to another person, but it’s so much more difficult to do when you have trouble hearing.
Imagine understanding words the first time they’re spoken and clearly following every conversation, whether you’re in a crowded restaurant or exercising with a friend. How would better hearing change the way you interact with people and the world?
Take the Next Step to Reconnect
Our only goal is to help you live life to the fullest, and that means hearing every laugh, bark, and breeze while you do what you love with the ones you love. At Gary D. Schwartzberg Au.D., you’ve got a specialist in your corner who’s ready to help you hear everything your world has to offer. Schedule an appointment today.
Call Gary D. Schwartzberg Au.D. at (207) 226-0288 for more information or to schedule an appointment.