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Why Wearing Hearing Aids

When you can’t hear properly, when you miss part of the conversation, when you can’t participate in social gathering and interactions, you will become isolated. And, you are not the only one affected. Your spouse, children, and other family members are missing out on a relationship with you, which, in turn, can produce feelings of loss and even guilt. What happens then? First frustration sets in, then feelings of loneliness and isolation.

If, at this stage, you are still not moved to get treatment, you may end up with a depression. Yes, it can be that serious. Fortunately, there is a simple way to prevent this to occur. Studies show that hearing aids can improve the quality of life dramatically. When you can hear and understand other people, you are more likely to participate in various activities and family gatherings, and generally remain more active. You will not feel isolated and ignored by family and friends.

In general, hearing aids can help you to:

  • Improve speech understanding with or without visual cues
  • Improve ability to use the telephone
  • Increase appreciation of music
  • Increase ability to hear environmental sounds
  • Increase emotional stability
  • Increase engagement in social activities
  • Increase your confidence
  • Reduce lip reading effort and
  • Reduce communication stress/fatigue level

Another benefit of wearing hearing aids is reducing the risk of auditory deprivation. When you have hearing loss and do not use hearing aids the nerves of the hearing mechanism become deprived of stimulation and slowly become weakened. As a result, the brain gradually loses some of its ability to process information including speech.

Think about:

  • your health,
  • safety, and
  • happiness

Call our friendly staff now on 1300 432 793 to book an obligation free consultation.

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