Is hearing loss affecting your relationships or quality of life? Do you find yourself avoiding social situations that you once found enjoyable — or isolating yourself from those you love — because hearing is a challenge?

Do something about it by following these five simple steps to better hearing!

Step 1:

Test your hearing

Confirm your hearing loss by contacting us today to schedule an audiological examination with one of our hearing care professionals.

Step 2:

Join the club

If you have hearing loss, you’re in good company. It’s the third most common physical condition affecting adults after arthritis and high blood pressure1.

Millions of people around the globe have hearing loss, including:

1 in 3 people 60 years and older have hearing loss2

Two-thirds of adults over 70 years old3

4 of 5 people
85 years+4

Step 3:

Know the effects of hearing loss

Many people ignore hearing loss because they falsely think the consequences aren’t too bad. But years of research shows otherwise. Untreated hearing loss has been proven to impact our physical and mental health and, ultimately, our quality of life.

The growing list of issues linked to hearing loss include:

  • Relationship issues
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Fatigue
  • Social isolation
  • Cognitive decline and dementia

Step 4:

See a hearing healthcare professional

Don’t wait until hearing loss leads to bigger, irreversible issues. Treat it as soon as possible.

Start treatment by making an appointment with a hearing healthcare professional. Only they have the experience and equipment needed to perform a thorough and proper audiological evaluation, then prescribe the solution and treatment protocol that best fits your unique needs.

Contact us today to schedule your free hearing consultation!*

Step 5:

Hear better. Live better.

It’s proven that hearing health is connected to our overall health and well-being — and treating hearing loss has numerous benefits. A WebMD survey of people who treated their hearing loss with hearing aids confirmed it5:

7 of 10 said it improves their relationships

3 of 4 said it makes them more confident in social situations

8 of 10 said it improves their quality of life

*Professional fees may apply.

WebMD does not endorse any products or services. © 2017 WebMD Healthcare Professional and Hearing Aid Wearer Study, commissioned by Starkey Hearing Technologies.

52017 WebMD Healthcare Professionals and Hearing Aid Wearer Study commissioned by Starkey Hearing Technologies.