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Learn from others with hearing loss

If you think you have hearing loss, you are not alone. Over 5% of the world's population has disabling hearing loss.¹ Learning from their stories might help you on your journey to better hearing.

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Study shows hearing aids may improve quality of life

Hearing loss affects your life in different ways. As it often develops gradually over time, it is hard to know when it's time to seek treatment for hearing loss.

People wait an average of 7 years before seeking help. Once they are treated and experience the positive impact hearing aids have on their life, they often regret waiting so long.

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Bob

"When I play softball, it's not only about winning, it's also about communicating with my teammates. The social aspects. And not missing out on anything in my life."

 

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I would say the most important thing in life is the freedom to be yourself.

 

Bob is smiling while getting ready to play softball

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I have an ambitious mindset.

I want to perform when it comes to sports. I want to perform when it comes to work.

 

And actually, I want to live my life to the fullest.

 

Bob holds a softball bat and warms up.

 

Bob walks towards his teammate and gives him a fist bump

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Imagine that ability being taken away from you.

 

Bob sits on the spectator row and watches the others play while talking with his teammate

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I am taking the responsibility to be free.

Free to achieve things in life with no compromise.

 

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Bob talks with an audiologist in a clinic

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When I play softball, it is not only about winning. It is also about communicating with my teammates.

The social aspect and not missing out on anything in my life.

 

 

Bob inserts his hearing aids and interacts with his teammates

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Real stories from real customers

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Bernice

"I was a psychotherapist, and I had to give up my practice, because I couldn't provide to my patients the needed hearing that is very important.

I'm lucky to be part of (work with) this organization (HearingLife)."

 

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Michael

"It's very upsetting, to someone who's already upset, when you keep being asked to repeat yourself over and over again.

It (hearing better) does make a difference. All those little things... they're not so little until you start missing them."

 

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How to know when it's time to seek help

The signs of hearing loss can be vague and gradual, but they can sometimes be obvious and sudden.

If you recognize one or more of the signs below, then it might be time for you to seek treatment.

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Difficulty following conversations
Difficulty following group conversations (especially when background noise is present)
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Phone conversations are unclear
You have trouble following phone conversations in both quiet and noisy places
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People seem to be mumbling too often
Sounds seem unclear, or people sound like they are mumbling when talking
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Difficulty locating sounds
You have difficulty locating where sounds are coming from
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Signs of tinnitus
You experience ringing or buzzing sounds in your ears
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Turning up the TV too loud
Your friends and family say you turn the television up too loud
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Sources:

  1. Deafness and hearing loss (https://www.who.int/news-room/fact-sheets/detail/deafness-and-hearing-loss)
  2. HearingLife Marketing, Customer Research Study, Nov. 2020, Sponsored by HearingLife