Don’t Forget to do This Before The Holidays

Woman packing a holiday gift into a box now that she has hearing aids.

Nutmeg and cinnamon wafting in the air. A festive spirit and red, green, and blue lights fill your home. Grandchildren singing, dancing, and playing as you catch up with your brother, sister, cousins, and children.

You don’t want to miss any of this memorable occasion.

You’re so excited, you can’t wait.

Is There Anything You May be Missing?

You try to spend as many meaningful moments as possible with family and friends throughout the year, but the holidays are special. You don’t want to miss a moment.

But the voices of the people speaking around you sometimes get drowned out by the din of background noise. You have to ask them to repeat themselves.

As the conversation continues on, your youngest niece and her husband make a major announcement. Everybody at the table smiles widely and congratulates them. As the family celebrates, the volume in the room gets louder.

Your skin gets warm as a puzzled look spreads across your face. You didn’t hear the announcement. What just happened?

You want to take somebody aside and find out what you missed. It seems as if it was an important announcement. But missing it the first time has you feeling embarrassed.

It just isn’t the same when somebody has to repeat it. And you don’t want to disrupt the cheering.

You find out later, after everyone else, that your niece saw the doctor this week. They’re going to have a baby.

You never know what you’re going to miss this holiday season if you are dealing with hearing loss.

Prepping For The Holidays

In anticipation, you’ve already bought presents and planned that big meal. You’ve never been one to wait until the last minute to get all of your shopping done.

You’re decorating your house and planning out zoom calls. Doing all this is important to you.

But it isn’t as important as ensuring that you get to enjoy this holiday with friends and family without missing out on the conversation.

You should get a hearing test sooner than later.

You Shouldn’t Procrastinate – Here’s Why

Even if you have mild hearing loss, we can help you with appropriate solutions now.

Whatever you might be doing during the holiday, these treatments will help you hear better. When there’s lots of background noise, having hearing devices makes it easier to understand what people are saying.

Talking on the phone will then be crystal clear.

Starting early is always the best bet. Some hearing solutions take a bit of time to get accustomed to. Getting treated right now means you’re ready when the family begins gathering – either online or at your door. Make sure you don’t lose out on the joy of your grandchildren’s laughter. Don’t miss that big announcement.

Don’t get shut out this holiday. Call us for a hearing test.

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