Hearing Health New Year’s Resolutions Everyone Can Hear
Date posted: January 3, 2017
Start 2017 off right with hearing health New Year’s resolutions. Add a hearing test to your annual health care routine. The first step in getting a hearing aid is the hardest – the acknowledgement that you may have hearing loss. Find a trusted hearing provider who offers a free hearing test, that way you can get an idea of how your hearing is changing every year without any commitment. Even if your already have a hearing aid, it’s a good idea to be re-tested. Your hearing changes over time and your hearing instrument specialist can make changes to your hearing aid programs to ensure you are hearing your best.
The next hearing health New Year’s resolution to add to your list is learn about hearing aid options. Hearing aid technology is constantly advancing. You don’t have to rush in to a purchase, find a trusted hearing provider who offers a risk-free trial. The new year is an excellent time to give hearing aids a try. The holidays will be over, and you can test out your new hearing aid in your environment without any distractions. You will be able to find our for yourself how much better you can hear the TV. Listening on the phone will be a breeze! Voices that once seemed hard to hear, will be loud and clear.
Our final hearing health New Year’s resolution is to protect your ears. Exposure to loud noise is the most prevalent cause of hearing loss in United States. Noise induced hearing loss occurs when you’ve been exposed to noises over 80 dB for extended periods of time and can effect anyone at any age. Protect your ears by lowering the volume on personal audio devices and wearing earplugs when you know you’ll be around loud noise.
Your hearing health is important to your overall health. Making hearing health New Year’s resolutions is smart and relatively easy way to get you on the road to a happy healthy 2017.