Hearing loss is one of the most common health issues in the world. According to a study by the Institute of Medical Sciences hearing loss affects a high percentage of society. In India, 63 million people suffer from significant hearing loss.¹
The major cause of hearing loss in India is age-related. More than 60% of people over the age of 60 suffer from hearing loss. Hearing issues range from poor hearing of certain tones to being unable to follow conversations at all. Hearing loss can occur suddenly or gradually, and both young people and the elderly are affected. Hearing loss often also affects spouses, family members and friends.
1 in 6 people experience hearing loss but 80% do nothing about it. That’s a shame because the high burden of deafness in India is largely preventable and avoidable. Unfortunately a majority of people with hearing loss are suffering in silence. At this point only 20% of the people with hearing loss are benefiting from hearing aids. As a result, people are often unintentionally suffering from the unpleasant and unhealthy consequences of hearing loss.
One of the main impacts of hearing loss is on the individual’s ability to communicate with others. Exclusion from communication can have a significant impact on everyday life, causing feelings of loneliness, isolation, and frustration, particularly among older people with hearing loss. Untreated hearing loss has also been linked to dementia and other cognitive disorders.
Unfortunately people tend to wait 5 to 7 years between first experiencing symptoms and seeking help. That’s a pity because hearing loss can often not be repaired. The good news is that hearing issues can be corrected in most cases. The sooner you tackle hearing problems the easier it is to get your hearing back.
Technology is advancing at an incredible speed, prices are getting lower and hearing aids are getting smaller and more effective than ever. A hearing aid can offer a solution and can improve the quality of your life! How good is your hearing? Take a free test now!
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Are you 50 years or older? Do you sometimes have trouble understanding speech in noisy environments? Are you or your partner constantly asking others to repeat themselves? Do you feel like other people mumble or slur their word? As soon as you suspect hearing loss, it isalways recommended to conduct a hearing test as soon as possible! This prevents further hearing damage.
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