5 Ways To Ensure You'll Hear Forever


Did you know that over time, hearing loss can make it harder to understand what people are saying? That’s why it’s crucial to protect your hearing and catch the signs of hearing loss early on. Here are five tips to help you get started:

Do you remember where you left your keys yesterday?

Do you remember where your keys were yesterday? If not, it could be a sign that you may have a hearing problem. Hearing loss can be caused by many things including age and genetics, but there are also many things you can do to help prevent hearing loss.

Is it hard to hear what your partner is saying from another room?

If you can’t hear what your partner is saying from the other room, then it’s time to take a look at your hearing. You may be able to hear well while they are talking, but when they leave the room, you can’t understand what they want. This also happens when he/she speaks softly and you have to ask them to repeat whatever it was that they said. This can cause frustration for both of you if this becomes an ongoing issue in your relationship.

Do you ask people to repeat themselves because you didn’t hear them the first time?

If you’re like most people, you probably find yourself asking people to repeat themselves sometimes. It can be frustrating when someone says something and you don’t hear it the first time. The good news is that there are ways to make sure that doesn’t happen as often.

You may not realize it, but a lot of things can get in the way of your listening skills. If someone is talking to you at work, other coworkers might be talking in the background or if they’re on speakerphone, there’s an echo effect that makes it hard for you to hear clearly. When this happens, try not to get frustrated because these situations aren’t their fault! It’s all about how we hear and process information in our brains: if there are distractions around us then those distractions will end up taking up space in our brain so there won’t be room for whatever else we want (like being able talk properly). When this happens we need tools like practicing good listening skills so we can overcome these obstacles together!

Do people seem to mumble more often than they did before?

Because most people with hearing loss have a problem with the higher frequencies of sound, they may not hear you unless you speak directly into their ear. If you have a friend or family member who wears hearing aids, ask them if they are having trouble understanding conversations. If so, make sure to talk loudly and clearly when speaking to them.

Also keep in mind that if someone is hard of hearing, they may be embarrassed about it and will try to avoid drawing attention to themselves by mumbling or not speaking at all.

Do you have trouble hearing in a noisy environment like a restaurant or party?

If you have trouble hearing in noisy environments, there are some things you can do to improve your experience.

  • Earplugs: If you frequently go to restaurants or parties where there is a lot of background noise, earplugs may help. They will prevent sounds from entering your ears and allow speech to be picked up by the bones of your face instead, which transmit sound through the temporal bone of your skull and into your inner ear canal.
  • Speak Up: If people aren’t speaking loudly enough for you to hear them, ask them to speak more slowly or loudly so that they’re easier for you to understand. This will also make sure that they’re talking at a level that doesn’t cause irritation in their own vocal cords or throat muscles—which can lead them towards developing hoarseness over time (or worse).

You can protect your hearing.

There are several ways you can protect your hearing:

  • Wear hearing protection when you are in a noisy place. Examples include places where there is machinery, such as construction sites and airports; or situations that involve loud music, such as concerts and clubs.
  • Avoid listening to headphones at high volume levels for long periods of time. This will prevent any damage that may occur if the eardrum was blasted by an intense sound wave.
  • Get regular hearing tests if you have trouble understanding speech in noisy environments or have difficulty hearing sounds from the left side of your body (your left ear).


If the answer to any of these questions is yes, it’s time to take action. No one wants their hearing to decline, and it’s never too early or too late to take steps toward better hearing health. If you notice these symptoms coming on in yourself or a loved one, don’t wait: get them seen by a professional right away!