Hearing Loss

Learn more about hearing loss and how it can affect your overall health.

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Hearing Health Support in Houston, TX

Hearing loss is incredibly common, affecting approximately 48 million Americans. Although many people are hearing impaired, millions don’t treat their hearing loss. When left untreated, hearing loss can have a negative impact on your health and well-being. When you can’t hear well due to hearing loss, you may begin to experience fatigue, forgetfulness, social isolation, depression, and even cognitive decline.

At The Center for Audiology, we are offer support to those in the Houston area. Our audiologists are experts in hearing healthcare and can help you find a treatment plan that will allow you to hear again and improve your communication. If you are ready to start reconnecting with your loved ones, contact us today.

Signs of Hearing Loss

Sensorineural hearing loss, the most common type of loss, often occurs gradually, over the course of a few years. For this reason, it can be difficult to notice you are having trouble hearing certain sounds. Often times it is a close friend, family member, or spouse that noticed the signs of hearing loss first. If a loved one has suggested you have your hearing checked, then you most likely have some degree of hearing loss.

Some common signs of hearing loss are:

If you have noticed any combination of these signs, contact us for a hearing evaluation.

Comorbidities Associated with Hearing Loss

Your hearing plays a much larger role in you overall health than you may think. Hearing loss is connected to other health conditions, including heart disease, diabetes, and high blood pressure. If you have recently noticed a decline in your hearing ability, it’s important to schedule a hearing evaluation. Early intervention is key to ensure you preserve not only your hearing ability but your overall health.

When left untreated, hearing loss can lead to a decline in your cognitive abilities. This is because your hearing is connected to your brain. We don’t hear with our ears; we hear when sound travels through the ear up to the auditory cortex of the brain. Healthy hearing is a crucial part of having an active and healthy brain.

The most effective way to take care of your health if you have hearing loss is to wear hearing aids. Hearing aids will provide your brain with the sound signals it needs to stay active and healthy. Hearing aids will also provide you with the confidence to rejoin the conversation and interact with your family, friends, and colleagues again.

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