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Hearing loss is one of the most common health issues in the entire world and is also one of the most treatable. Remember, you are not alone, and you won’t stand out in the crowd unless you want to.
Let’s face it, living with hearing loss is frustrating, even dangerous. Hearing aids can allow you to function better in all areas of your life. You don’t want to miss your grandson’s silly secrets or your wife’s soft, “I love you.” These are sounds you definitely don’t want to slip by. Are you missing important conversation in your company meeting? Are you mishearing what your customer is saying on the phone? Getting a hearing aid now could save your job, save your customers and may even save your company.
Take charge of your life. Oklahoma Hearing Center can provide you with a hearing solution designed with style, performance & comfort. Light as a feather and using your smartphone are some of the important integrated solutions that have evolved in the hearing aid industry. Don’t be afraid to find out about your hearing loss, enjoy a new level of convenience, discretion and listening enjoyment.
The benefits of better hearing are many. Explore the possibilities of living a life you can experience through better hearing.
Benefits of better hearing
As a large portion of the world population ages, there is a push to protect against Alzheimer’s, dementia and other causes of memory loss and other diseases which change the lifestyle of so many people. What we are learning, through extensive research is that hearing loss causes cascading brain function, which causes fatigue, isolation and other personality changes.
Communicating Through a Face Mask
With the start of COVID-19 in the spring of 2020, face masks have become the new normal. More than 50 countries around the world, including the United States, have some form of mask requirements. With approximately 15% of Americans over the age of 18 reporting some...
Solutions for Hearing Loss
- Acoustic Reflex Test - Tympanometry Test - Audiogram of Hearing Tests - Cochlear Implants - Hearing Aids
Hearing Loss Statistics
Approximately 20 percent of adults in the United States report some degree of hearing loss. Learn more about the statistics of hearing loss below. At age 65, one out of three people has a hearing loss 60% of people with hearing loss are either in the workforce or in...
Consequences of Hearing Loss
What are the consequences? Hearing loss often has complex consequences. Many facets of everyday life become increasingly more difficult. Conversations with loved ones, meetings, phone calls and watching TV can be particularly challenging. In many cases, people with...
Signs of Hearing Loss
Knowing the signs of hearing loss make spotting it that much easier. Detecting hearing loss in its early stages can help improve treatment and quality of life. Here are signs of untreated hearing loss in adults, children. Children Lack of attention to sounds Doesn’t...
What is Hearing Loss?
The ear is a very complex, sensory organ, and even simple conversations can be very tiring for people with hearing loss. If you’re experiencing hearing loss, following a discussion with several participants requires intense effort. Active communication is difficult,...
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