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5 Things that Treating Hearing Loss Says About You

By Lacey Wilcox August 8, 2015

Treating hearing loss is something that many people put off for far too long. The excuses that people give for not treating hearing loss include, “I’m not ready for hearing aids,” “I still have one ear that can hear well,” or “I’m not old enough for hearing aids”. These patients have focused so much upon the stigma of wearing hearing aids that they lose sight of all the positive things that treating hearing loss says about a person.

To help break the stigma associated with wearing hearing aids and show people what a great experience it can be to get the help they need, we have compiled a list of positive things that treating hearing loss says about a person.

What Treating Hearing Loss Says About You: You’re proactive

Taking the first step to treat hearing loss shows initiative, that you are willing to take whatever action is necessary to achieve the best possible outcome. Proactivity is a characteristic this is highly valued by our world: we appreciate people with energy and gumption in business, we admire those who show initiative in caring for their homes, and we aspire to be proactive in our health. Why then, would we not want to be proactive in treating hearing loss?

What Treating Hearing Loss Says About You: You care about your health

Treating hearing loss is a definite indicator that you care about your health. It shows that you understand your hearing is one part of the greater workings of the entire body. Keeping it in correct working order helps keep the whole system performing correctly. You may already know the connection hearing loss has with heart disease and diabetes, but did you know that it also has a possible correlation with kidney disease, depression, and Alzheimer’s disease?

What Treating Hearing Loss Says About You: You value relationships

After treating hearing loss, many of our patients share that their relationships with friends, family, and co-workers are better than they ever were with hearing loss. Choosing to wear hearing aids show that you value you the relationships you have, and you don’t want anything to keep you from being able to communicate with the people you love clearly.

What Treating Hearing Loss Says About You: You want to get the most out of life that you can

Each of us has a desire to enjoy life as much as possible. We want to experience as much as we can, and enjoy quality time with the people we love most. Hearing health plays an important role in enjoying life: it allows us to engage in conversations, hear our favorite music, enjoy the noises of kids and grandkids playing, and experience the sounds of each season. Hearing also plays an important role in self-esteem. Studies have shown that people who treat hearing loss are more confident in the workplace and in social situations. This self-confidence that comes from being able to hear clearly can lead to a brighter, more positive mental outlook.

What Treating Hearing Loss Says About You: You understand and know how to use technology

Treating hearing loss also says a lot about a person’s view of technology. Advancements in hearing technology are occurring at a rapid rate, meaning that today’s hearing aids are more innovative than ever before. Hearing technology has come so far that hearing aids, such as the ReSound LiNX, now work seamlessly with smartphones and tablets. These hearing aids allow the user to control the volume in any environment, and even create settings for environments that are visited frequently. Making the choice to wear hearing aids and get the hearing help you need is a choice that will impact your quality of life. It is a choice that says much about the value you place on living with initiative, prioritizing relationships, and experiencing life to its fullest. If you suspect you have hearing loss, don’t put off treatment!

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