Wondering if you should see a hearing specialist?

1. Do you have trouble hearing conversations over background noise, such as at a restaurant, party, sporting event or in a busy office?

2. Do you read people’s lips or interpret what they say based on body language because you can’t hear them clearly?

3. Have you been thinking about hearing aids for some time but worry about the cost?

4. Do you struggle with hearing loss but put off addressing it because of fears about bulky, ineffective hearing aids?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, you should see a hearing specialist.

Problems hearing conversations or distinguishing speech from background noise are common signs of hearing impairment. Primary care doctorsdon’t test hearing acuity, but a hearing aid specialist will. A hearing aid specialist will also get you up-to-date on the latest technology, including hearing aids that work digitally and custom deep canal models.

Everyone needs a baseline hearing test. Even if you think your hearing is fine, take advantage of the free hearing tests available at Sam’s Club locations with a Hearing Aid Center. Visit SamsClub.com/clublocator to find a location near you