Hearing loss now affects millions of people across the United States with more and more people of all ages diagnosed every day. Like any diagnosis, it’s important to be informed about what it is and how to manage it as part of your everyday life.
These do’s and don’ts of hearing loss can help you or someone you love adjust to a recent diagnosis of hearing impairment.
What is hearing loss
There are three main types of hearing loss, but it can be as unique as the individual thanks to variations and levels of loss. In general, there is:
If you have been diagnosed with a permanent hearing loss, you may be concerned about what to do next and how that hearing loss will affect your life. The good news is that working closely with your hearing healthcare professional and following do’s and don’ts like these can make the transition smoother.
What to do after a hearing loss diagnosis
What not to do after a hearing loss diagnosis
If you’ve been diagnosed with hearing loss, follow these do’s and don’ts to turn up the volume and stay on track with your life. If you believe you may have hearing loss, don’t wait. Schedule a hearing evaluation today to start treating your hearing loss and get back in the hearing game.