Should I Take a Hearing Self-Test?
Do you find yourself asking others to repeat themselves more frequently? Is it becoming increasing difficult to understand your favorite TV show characters or radio hosts? If you’re experiencing signs of possible hearing loss, consider taking an online hearing self-test in the comfort and convenience of your own home.
Benefits of Self Tests for Hearing Loss
You may be thinking, “Isn’t losing your hearing obvious?” This isn’t always the case. Hearing loss is often a gradual process that causes subtle changes over a period of time. If it seems as though your hearing isn’t as sharp as it used to be, a hearing self-test is a great way to quickly evaluate your hearing health at home in a matter of minutes—and without having to visit a physician’s office only to be told that your ears are fine. And of course, in the event that your results indicate that you have hearing loss, you’ll have the assurance that an appointment with a medical professional is truly necessary.
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Hearing Health Services at Scotch Institute of ENT
Scotch Institute of Ear Nose & Throat in Wesley Chapel and Trinity, Florida, offers comprehensive hearing testing and treatment from highly skilled practitioners, including audiologists who collaborate with ENT specialists. We also offer a wide assortment of leading-edge hearing aids, including devices with smartphone pairing and rechargeable batteries.
If your home hearing test results indicate that you should speak with an audiologist, we encourage you to contact Scotch Institute of Ear Nose & Throat today.
Here are some questions to ask yourself if you need to see your audiologist.