Symptoms of Hearing Loss

If you, or someone you know, are experiencing one or more of the following problems, then it’s time to consider getting your hearing evaluated:

  • People seem to be mumbling.
  • You have to strain to hear when someone talks or whispers.
  • You have difficulties hearing someone call from behind or from another room.
  • You need to watch a speaker’s lips more closely to follow the conversation.
  • Following a conversation is difficult in meetings, at church, or in lectures.
  • You have to turn up the volume on the TV or radio.
  • You find it hard to hear clearly on the telephone.
  • You have difficulties hearing at the theater, cinema, or other entertainment venues.
  • It is hard to hear in noisy environments like a restaurant or a car.
  • You tend to limit your social activities because it’s difficult to hear and communicate.
  • Family, friends, or colleagues mention that they often have to repeat themselves.