When should I seek help, and

what are the warning signs?

What are the signs of hearing loss? How do you know you have a hearing loss or are developing one? If you are suffering from a hearing loss when do you get help?

  • If you hear, but don't always understand what people say.

  • If you must ask others to repeat.

  • If you are embarrassed by not being able to hear and understand when you are in a noisy environment.

  • If you're getting complaints about the volume on your TV, radio, stereo or telephone.

  • If you're experiencing irritability with your family and loved ones over your hearing loss.

  • If you have problems, with certain types of voices or complain that people seem to mumble.

  • If you hear but have noticed difficulty in understanding conversation in group situations.

  • If simply following dialog on the TV has become a strain.

  • If you have ringing or noises in the ear(s)--Tinnitus.

  • If you pretend to hear someone but really don't, just to avoid embarrassment.

  • If you have difficulty following conversation between the front and back seats of a car.

  • If you seem to hear better from one ear than the other.If you find that you have to sit "up front" in church, temple, or the auditorium to hear.

The home office for the Florida Society of Hearing Healthcare Professionals is located in Tallahassee, Florida. 


2709 Killarney Way, Suite 4

Tallahassee, FL 32309

Telephone : 850.320.6129

Fax : 850.222.1562
Email : info@floridahearingsociety.com

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