Hearing Loss Symptoms
Not certain if you have a hearing loss? You’re not alone. Hearing difficulties are common, and can often be attributed to everyday issues. The natural aging process and background noise, such as that in restaurants, religious gatherings, and work environments can contribute to a person’s hearing loss.
Unique Characteristics of Sound and Hearing
Hearing is a critical part of your personal safety and early warning system.
Your hearing is unique in that it can process sound in the background without you concentrating on the source that produces it. If you are experiencing the perception of Sound Voids, you may be missing important signs of danger or opportunity.
Hearing enhances the performance of your other senses.
If you are experiencing the perception of Sound Voids, some of your other senses may not be working as well as they should.
Hearing is an important part of your personal learning system.
Your hearing provides critical supplemental information and aids retention. If you are experiencing hearing loss, you may not be learning new things as quickly, easily, or completely as you should.
Hearing is your most important “Social Sense”.
Your hearing is how you connect with the important people in your life. If you are experiencing the perception of hearing loss, you may be missing out on important relationships and shared experiences.
People with a hearing loss typically miss the beginning and end of words because of the consonants. As a result, some words can easily be mistaken for others. Here are a few examples:
- Rose sounds like Road
- Catch sounds like Cat
- Hit sounds like Sit
- Lease sounds like Leaf
- Pass sounds like Path
- Thumb sounds like Dumb
- Wife sounds like White
- Vote sounds like Boat