Common Symptoms

  • Often looking to repeat words or misinterpret the words of your respondents.
  • Others complain when you might increase the TV volume.
  • No longer hear everyday sounds like the doorbell.
  • You have been told that you speak loudly.
  • Cannot clarify the words of a sentence so you cannot communicate.
  • You have trouble communicating through the phone.
  • Hard to communicate in groups of more than two people.
  • You have ringing (tinnitus) or grasshoppers in your ears.
  • Hard to locate the direction from which a sound comes.


If in your daily life you come across any of these situations, it will likely be a reduction in auditory skills.