Hearing loss can affect our ability to connect with family and friends and as well as your performance at work and at school. West Georgia Health Audiology, newborns to senior citizens. West Georgia Health’s Audiology Department can help improve your hearing and quality of life.
Hearing loss can happen to anyone. According to the Audiology Foundation of America, hearing impairment is the third most common chronic health condition in the United States. Hearing loss can affect your ability to connect with family and friends as well as your performance at work and at school. If you or a family member is experiencing difficulty hearing, the Audiology Department at West Georgia Health can help improve with hearing improvement, but also a better quality of life.
Do you find that you are not going out because it is too difficult to understand what others are saying?
Do you feel lonely or isolated when you are around other people talking because you can not understand the conversation?
Does it sound like people or mumbling or speaking too softly?
Do people complain that you have the TV or radio on too loud?
Do you notice ringing in your ears?
Do any of your family members have hearing loss?
Do you have difficulty hearing in restaurants, meetings or crowded places?
Do you ask people to repeat themselves?
Do you have trouble hearing on a telephone?