It is only when hearing starts to deteriorate noticeably that we realize just how important good hearing is in our everyday lives. And how much we miss out when we no longer hear well.
Hearing loss is a gradual process
Hearing loss is usually a gradual process that takes many years – so gradual that we don’t immediately recognize its negative effects in our lives.
Untreated hearing loss impacts our lives
Communication problems with family, friends, and colleagues can lead to irritability, stress, isolation, and even depression.
The sooner the better
The earlier we are properly fit with hearing aids, the better, even if you only have slight hearing loss.
Training your brain
When you hear well again with hearing aids, the brain is stimulated and mental vitality is maintained.
Get more out of life
Quality of life is enhanced, resulting in unrestricted interpersonal communication and social interaction.
Being able to hear well again has many positive effects. Studies show that the large majority of hearing aid wearers are very or extremely satisfied with their hearing aids. Experienced users report that their social contacts, as well as their physical and mental well-being, have improved markedly. They feel fitter and much more ready to take on new things.
Be open to your new hearing experiences. It will improve your quality of life.