Protect what is important. Take care of your hearing
We spend the most beautiful moments surrounded by family and friends. Interpersonal relationships are based on communication, and an important part of communication is hearing. How much attention do we pay to hearing? How often do we wonder what measures to take to prevent hearing loss? Did you know that 1 in 6 people have a hearing loss? And that almost two out of three hearing impaired people are younger than 65? But, did you know that it takes years (between 5 and 7 years) for patients to decide that they need to consult a specialist. In reality, the response time is very important and the earlier the hearing test is performed, the easier and more successful the auditory rehabilitation process will be.
Hearing is a natural miracle. It can make us smile, fall in love, give us answers and keep us safe. For this reason, hearing aid manufacturers are technologically advanced and value patients’ hearing in every way possible.
What is hearing loss?
Causes include aging and natural hearing loss, exposure to noise, injuries, infections or chronic diseases. No two are hearing impaired.
If you experience any of the following, it may be time for a hearing test:
– Low attention
– Communication problems
– The desire to withdraw from social life
– Memory loss
– Reluctance to the new
– Professional decline
The choice is yours
There is no universal answer when it comes to hearing loss. Each affected person is unique and understanding this fact Signia is constantly working on the diversity of hearing aids, so that they cover as accurately as possible the needs of patients. The anatomy of the ear and personal lifestyle are also taken into account.
There is no need to try on your own to identify which hearing aid is ideal for your needs, audiologists can help you with all the information and recommendations according to the result – the audiogram, which you can do by going to an audiology office.
Don’t wait for hearing loss to progress and take over your life, make an appointment with your nearest audiologist right now.