• Think other people sound muffled, or like they're mumbling and have to ask people to repeat things
• Have to be asked to lower the television volume and have difficulty hearing in noisy situations, like restaurants
• Answer or respond inappropriately in conversations
• Have ringing or noises in your ears (Click Here to visit our Blogs on Tinnitus)
• Read lips or more intently and watch people's faces when they speak with you
• Hear men's voices better than women's and children
• Feel stressed out from straining to hear what others are saying
• Feel annoyed at other people because you can't hear or understand them
• Feel embarrassed to meet new people, or from misunderstanding what others are saying
• Feel nervous about trying to hear and understand
• Withdraw from social situations that you once enjoyed because of difficulty hearing
• Have been told you speak too loud
If you experience any of the symptoms above, you should have your hearing tested.
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