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Hearing loss excuses. Hearontheshore.com

Are you missing out on precious moments because of your obvious hearing loss?

The ability to hear is such an integral part of our lives that most people take it for granted. The importance of good hearing and the consequences of hearing loss are still underestimated. The number of people affected by hearing loss continues to rise due to the demographic aging of our society and the growing noise pollution in our environment.

“Blindness separates people from things. Deafness separates people from people.”

–  Immanuel Kant

Establishing contact with other people, holding an intimate conversation or simply laughing together – hearing means communication and is an irreplaceable component of our social lives.

If this sounds like you, It’s time to TAKE ACTION!

  • AdobeStock_37917877_WM“If I had a loss, I would notice it.”
  • “If people would quit mumbling, I could understand.”
  • “I can’t afford hearing aids.”
  • “So what if I can’t hear well? It’s only hurting me.”
  • “I can just turn up the television.”
  • “My hearing isn’t bad enough for hearing aids.”