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Friends and family are more likely to notice a hearing loss in a loved one. They often play a significant role in addressing hearing challenges. Not only do they notice the hearing loss, but also the other negative health outcomes related to hearing loss including social isolation, anxiety, depression, and the onset of dementia. Friends are fairly persuasive, but family members are often more likely to convince a loved one that they need to have their hearing checked.
Addressing hearing loss has a profound effect on daily relationships. Those who treat hearing loss often discuss a major difference in the quality of life. If you suspect that a loved one has a hearing loss, it is important to ensure that it is addressed. Provide links to our posts related to the consequences of leaving a hearing loss unchecked.