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Why am I able to hear but not understand what is being said?
Hearing loss affects people’s capacity to hear high-pitched noises while preserving their ability to hear lower pitches. This means that anything in the lower range is loud and clear (for example, traffic noise, a group of people’s babbling, etc. ), but the important high pitches that give words clarity are not audible. As a result, many people say that they can hear great but can’t understand what is being said.
Is it possible for me to benefit from a hearing aid?
Is a hearing aid really necessary for me?
Everyone’s requirements and lifestyles are unique. It’ll be up to you to be honest with yourself and recognise when your inability to hear effectively is affecting your communication and relationships with others — socially or professionally.
Is it true that wearing a hearing aid will make my hearing worse?
Understanding speech necessitates not just the ability to hear sounds but also the ability to put them all together in order to make sense of them and identify what they signify. The brain is deprived of stimulation by noises that are altered by hearing loss if you do not wear a hearing aid. As a result, the ability to process and use these noises deteriorates.