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Signs of Hearing Loss
Signs of Hearing Loss
Signs of Hearing Loss
Signs of Hearing Loss
Signs of Hearing Loss
Signs of Hearing Loss
Signs of Hearing Loss
Signs of Hearing Loss
Signs of Hearing Loss
Signs of Hearing Loss
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Signs of Hearing Loss

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http://hearing-aids-santa-fe-nm.com If you are concerned that you may have a hearing loss, consider these signs. Not all of these indicators are present in every person. You may note one or many of …

http://hearing-aids-santa-fe-nm.com If you are concerned that you may have a hearing loss, consider these signs. Not all of these indicators are present in every person. You may note one or many of these symptoms of hearing impairment.

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  • 1. Signs ofHearing Loss
  • 2. If you are concerned that you may have a hearingloss, consider these signs.Not all of these indicators are present in everyperson. You may note one or many of these symptoms of hearing impairment.
  • 3. You feel fatigued or strained after conversations.You frequently ask for others to repeat themselves.
  • 4. You feel as though youcan hear, you just do not understand all that is said. You need to see theperson’s face to carry on conversation.
  • 5. Others seem to mumble or speak too quickly. Soft sounds or sounds ofspecific pitches (e.g., high pitches) are especially difficult to hear.
  • 6. If these symptomsdescribe you, you should contact a hearinghealthcare professional! You may have some degree of hearing impairment.
  • 7. To determine yourhearing aid candidacy and the extent of your hearing impairment, a variety of assessments will be completed.
  • 8. Your results on these evaluations will help your providerdetermine what course of action is needed to help you hear better!

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