Imagine what you’ll miss as your hearing deteriorates in New York. As we mentioned above, there’s a lot to hear. Whether you’re attending a hit show like ‘Hamilton’, enjoying a concert at Radio City, watching a live taping of a TV show, or attending a gig in Brooklyn, the Big Apple is a city of music like few others. And if you’re a music fan, you’ll probably appreciate how loud sounds can damage your sense of hearing. But it doesn’t have to be a massive issue, at least with the right hearing aid technology. And the sound of New York doesn’t stop when you leave the theatre. Imagine wandering through Manhattan without the buzz of the streets, the energy of the conversations and even the sounds of subway cars or cabs as they pass by. Imagine heading to Yankee Stadium and not being able to hear the announcer or the satisfying clunk of balls smashing against bats as they soar over the outfield. Or think about heading to the MetLife Stadium to catch a Giants game, only to be met by a dull fuzzy noise instead of the crowd’s roar. Then there’s working life – where hearing every word in meetings is vital if you want to stay on top of your job. And New Yorkers also spend plenty of time in their cars, but what would that be like without the company of radio stations or music from your own collection? Hearing really matters wherever you are, but even more so in New York.
Whether you’re at work or home, hearing loss can be a huge issue for Texans. The state is the epicenter of the country’s oil and gas sector, which means that thousands of Texans are exposed to high noise levels at on-shore drilling stations and off-shore rigs, refineries, in the transportation sector and construction sites.
Live music is a big part of Texas’ entertainment scene, especially in cities like Austin. In the state, people tune into TV and radio in huge numbers as a big part of their entertainment. Around 600,000 Texans hunt regularly, which puts them at risk of regular gunshot discharges.
This is a state where individuals are exposed to high noise levels daily, but need to protect their hearing ability to enjoy life to the fullest. With the right hearing loss treatment and technology, Texans can prevent hearing loss.