What’s that you say?
Hearing is like most things – you don’t miss it until it’s gone. But it doesn’t need to be this way. That’s why I reached out to Tracey Gale, director of audiology at Connect Hearing, a chain of audiologists office across Canada, to find out about the little things we do that could be ruining our hearing. (Other than your hearing appointment, you might know Connect Hearing because of the Quiet Choir awareness campaign which was launched for Better Hearing & Speech Month this May.) I found out a few common mistakes we make when it comes to our hearing (and a few I do myself) and how we can take better care of ourselves.