5 Steps to Better Hearing

January 14, 2015

5 Steps to Better Hearing

Having a hearing loss is not something that anyone gets excited about.  However, with the right attitude and approach, it can actually be a very manageable condition to care for.   In my years of caring for those with hearing loss, I have seen time and time again people make remarkable improvements by simply dedicating themselves to getting the most out of wearing a hearing aid.  With hopes of similar outcomes in the future I am sharing 5 simple steps to better hearing for you or a loved one to use.

1. Admit that your hearing is not what it may used to be.  Understanding your hearing has changed is difficult at first, but the sooner one begins to seek a solution the more likely they are to maintain critical speech comprehension abilities and avoid unnecessary struggles.

2. Keep an open mind and positive attitude while seeking help.  Like we have all been told from a young age, attitude is everything.  The same applies to having success in treating your hearing loss.  Since everyone's hearing loss is unique, there are a lot of options available to consider.  We strive to present those solutions that are best for you.

3. Learn about your hearing problem.  Get educated on what may have caused your hearing loss and what the best solutions are for treatment and extended care.  At Tri County Hearing and Speech Centers we will make sure every patient is aware of the factors and given the resources needed to be successful.

4. Set realistic expectations for hearing aids.  As was mentioned in step 1, expectations for restoring perfect hearing are not realistic.  Today’s hearing aid technology has produced tremendous hearing benefits for wearers.  Your focus should be on improving your hearing abilities with hearing aids at a slow, gradual pace as you adapt to wearing a hearing aid.

5. Patience, practice and time are critical to success.  As with anything good, it comes from hard work and practice.  Improved hearing in various situations is no different.  At first, regaining comprehension abilities for sounds that have not been heard in years may be difficult.  However, the reward will be yours to eventually hear simple sounds that may have been lost, even perhaps the songs of birds on a nice day.

At Tri County Hearing and Speech Centers we are aware that an investment of money and time into hearing aids is not always preferred.  Yet, we are confident that with the right attitude, the benefits of better hearing will justify those investments on a daily basis for you.  We aim to make the process of gaining satisfaction with improved hearing as simple as possible.  To start your hearing journey or help a loved one get the care they need, simply visit our Contact Us page and submit your information.  We will get in touch within one business day with more information.

Dr. Natalie Fernandez- Roque Au.D

 

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