Seven Signs You May Have A Hearing Loss
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You Have Trouble Understanding Others
You may be able to hear sounds, but not quite make out the words
You Have Trouble Hearing in Nosy Environments
Multiple background noises, such as restaurants can make hearing and understanding conversations difficult if you have a hearing loss.
You Frequently Swap Ears When on the Phone
Frequent telephone ear swapping and becoming "ear fatigued" may signal hearing loss.
You Hear A "Ringing" in Your Ears
If you have hearing loss, you may experience a ringing in the ears called tinnitus.
You Watch Television Too Loudly for Others
If you're constantly needing to increase the volume, or others ask you to reduce the volume, you may require a hearing test.
You're Physically or Mentally Fatigued During Conversations
Concentrating to hear friends, family members, talk shows and music can fatigue those with hearing loss.
You're often Told You "Mumble" or Talk Too Loudly
If you have a hearing loss, your overall perception of sound has changed - even you own speech and pronunciation.