Richmond’s Hearing Aid Specialists

Hearing Loss

Sound and verbal communication play such an important role in our daily lives that any difficulty with hearing can severely affect the quality of your life! If you struggle with following conversations or are embarrassed to ask people to repeat themselves, you may be likely to avoid social situations. As a result, untreated hearing loss can lead to depression, anxiety, paranoia and a breakdown of social relationships. It can also have a negative impact on work performance and earning potential. One in five American adults lives with hearing loss, yet many people wait 7 or more years before seeking help.* If you or someone you love is experiencing signs of hearing loss, don’t let it interfere with your life any longer.

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*Source: National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD)