Do You Have a Mother with Hearing Loss?

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It’s Mother’s Day this month — a terrific time to remember and give thanks for all the things our mothers did to make our childhood easier and more carefree.

Cards, brunches and bouquets are the traditional way to honor Mom. But wouldn’t it be great if you could repay her by helping to make her life easier? We think we’ve got the perfect gift.

Flowers are nice. Improved hearing is better.

As moms age — actually, as pretty much everyone ages — hearing loss is very likely to occur.

Did you know? Hearing loss affects one in three adults between the ages of 65 and 74, and half of those older than 75.

For some, hearing loss is gradual and not overtly obvious. For others, it comes on quickly and is noticed by all.

But for everyone, it adds nuisance, complications and constraints — especially if left untreated.

  • Health-related consequences of untreated hearing loss are proven, and known to include dementia and increased risk of falls and hospitalizations.
  • People who choose not to treat their hearing loss are more likely to become socially isolated, or will stop doing many of the things they once loved — like going out to eat or listening to music — which can negatively impact their quality of life.
  • Little things—like straining to hear at a school production, missing important instructions, or the frustration that comes with uncertainty of what you just heard—all add up to making daily life more challenging and less rewarding than it needs to be.

It doesn’t need to be that way.
Better hearing is one of the best gifts you can give.

Show your love for your mother this Mother’s Day by scheduling a complimentary hearing screening for her. Regular hearing tests are part of a healthy lifestyle.

At North Fulton ENT, we strive to bring awareness about the effects of hearing. We feel that no one should have to struggle with hearing when we can help.

Bring your mom, or come in for yourself, for a COMPLIMENTARY Hearing Screening, consultation and demo of today’s latest hearing technology. Call (770) 450-6554 or fill out our contact form.

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