When To See an Audiologist

Hearing loss can happen very gradually, so much that you may not even notice you are experiencing it until those around you point it out, even then it's normal to want to deny it. Below will be outlined some of the most common signs that you could be suffering from hearing loss, and if you find that some of the examples match your experience you should consider speaking with your local audiologist of Ear, Nose & Throat Consultants with locations in Detroit, Southfield, Novi, Livonia, and St. Clair Shores, MI.


If you are noticing that people around you are speaking too softly, if you are constantly telling them to repeat themselves, or, alternatively, if they yelling when they speak to you, and also if you find it more and more difficult to understand others it all could be a sign that you're experiencing hearing loss.


The same could be the case if you have a similar problem in understanding people on TV and if you find yourself depending on subtitles to get you through movies. Your loved ones may also be constantly reminding you to please lower the volume, or you wear earbuds all the time at dangerous levels.


An important sign that you should make an appointment with an audiologist is your age. It can be difficult to accept that you are losing your hearing, but there is nothing to be ashamed of, hearing loss is common and often highly treatable.

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Treating your hearing loss can greatly improve your quality of life in many ways, like with your interactions with others as well as allowing you to be more independent, and can help prevent complications of hearing conditions.

If you believe you are suffering from hearing loss you can schedule a consultation with an audiologist in Detroit, Southfield, Novi, Livonia, and St. Clair Shores, MI, with your local experts of Ear, Nose & Throat Consultants by dialing (248) 569-5985.

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