Signs Of Hearing Loss
January 13, 2017
The symptoms of hearing loss often appear gradually and can be difficult to detect on your own. Family members and caregivers are usually the first to recognize a problem.
You may be experiencing hearing loss if you:
- Frequently ask others to repeat themselves.
- Turn up the volume on the TV and radio to levels that are uncomfortable for others.
- Don't always hear the doorbell or telephone ringing.
- Can hear people speak, but struggle to understand the words they are saying.
- Feel like others are always mumbling.
- Have trouble understanding conversation in groups.
- Have an easier time understanding people who are looking directly at you when speaking.
- Have difficulty hearing someone call you from behind or in another room.
- Have a hard time understanding conversation in noisy places like restaurants even though the speaker is relatively close to you.
- Withdraw or avoid conversation and social interaction.
- Misunderstand or "forget" what has been said or agreed upon.
- Hear a ringing or buzzing in your ears.
- Notice a slight muffling of sound after noise exposure.
- Have difficulty understanding after leaving noisy environments.
- Have a hard time hearing or understanding the speaker during business meetings or in crowded place.
If you are experiencing any of these issues call today or to schedule your appointment at +62812-8605-7999. Early diagnosis can minimize the long term impact of hearing problems.