Why some people hear but don’t understand conversation?

As you lose their hearing, a common complaint occurs. “I can tell you are talking to me, but I can’t understand you”. Why is that? For most, as we lose our hearing, we lose our higher pitch hearing first. This is where our speech consonants reside and gives us clarity of speech. In a person with hearing loss, they lose access to these sounds and find it is much harder to understand their loved ones.

Hearing aids are a useful solution for helping restore clarity of speech. Here at Gardner Audiology, we provide full hearing evaluation and a risk-free trial so you can see what you’ve been missing. Our Doctors of Audiology undergo years of training to provide you and your loved ones with the best possible care. There are many options available and our trained staff can help you find the best solution for you. One thing to remember when it comes to hearing aids is see a doctor not a salesman

If you have more questions, please contact Gardner Audiology at 1-1800-277-1182 or email info@gardneraudiology.com for more information.

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