When you invest money, whether it is in a particular company or a choice piece of real estate, you do so with both the hope and the expectation that your investment will bring you a future return.
In fact, one definition of “investment” is,
A thing that is worth buying because it may be profitable or useful in the future.
Most of the time we appropriately think of investments in terms of money out for money in.
But what about the sort of investment that doesn’t offer a monetary reward but rather gives back by dramatically improving your quality of life?
Hearing aids can be just this sort of investment.
Like most people, you probably know the signs of hearing loss, but you might not realize how it is affecting you and your family’s life.
Take a look at the list below and see if you can relate to any of these things…
- You can’t hear the television – Difficulty hearing the television is a common complaint among people with hearing loss. Often, this is solved by turning up the volume very high, much to the annoyance of other family members.
- Your spouse tells you that you aren’t hearing correctly – Hearing loss can affect relationships as communications becomes increasingly more difficult.
- You can’t hear your grandchildren – Young children’s voices are especially difficult to hear given their high pitches and odd pronunciations.
- You have trouble following conversation in a crowded restaurant – Noisy restaurants make for difficult listening environments even for people with average hearing levels. Communication can be impossible for people with hearing loss.
- You often ask people to repeat themselves – “What did you say?” “Huh?” “Come again?” Sound familiar? These are common expressions for people with undiagnosed hearing loss.
If you found yourself nodding your head in agreement as you read, it’s time to see a hearing professional and make the investment that could change your life.
Did you know that…
- Hearing aids paired with assistive listening devices like T-DEX help you enjoy your favorite shows and movies without the volume being so loud that it wakes the neighbors.
- The signal processing strategy of hearing aids focuses on making speech audible in all situations
- Hearing aids are equipped with directional microphones, speech enhancers, and feedback cancellation to help in places like crowded restaurants
- Modern hearing aids are made to focus on speech, so you won’t feel like you are always missing out on the conversation.
Sadly, statistics show that only 20 percent of those who might benefit from a hearing aid actually buy one. This means 4 out of 5 people who could have their quality of life improved simply aren’t taking action.
Break the trend and make the move today. You will be glad you did.
We refuse to settle for less than the best and we hope you will do the same.