Cornelius, NC (PRWEB) February 22, 2006
While hearing loss has historically been associated with age, increasingly people in their 40s and 50s are bewildered and devastated by this condition. According to Randy Wohlers, President of HearPod Inc., specializing in the correction of baby boomer hearing loss, “Baby boomers are the first generation to be exposed to electronically amplified sound. Today, we know that prolonged exposure to loudly amplified music over 85 db can cause permanent hearing loss. Many cases of hearing loss among baby boomers can be traced to their youth when they listened to rock bands or played in them. Additionally, baby boomers are the first generation to experience prolonged exposure to loud sounds from electric blenders, lawn care equipment, power tools, recreational vehicles, jet airplanes and even electric tooth brushes.
Baby boomers usually experience hearing loss as a thief sneaking up from behind, robbing them of their earning potential and life's pleasures. Income squandered by working people with uncorrected hearing loss ranges from $1,000 a year (for those with mild hearing loss) to $12,000 a year (for those with profound hearing loss). Business people lose large sums of money due to verbal misunderstandings. Hearing loss diminishes their ability to enjoy conversations with friends and family, resulting in unnecessary misunderstandings and disagreements. Over time, they can question their decision-making ability, leading to a loss of self-confidence and erosion of their sense of well-being."
Designed by baby boomers for baby boomers, HearPod digital hearing aids are the culmination of 20 years of research on baby boomer hearing loss treatment and precision hearing. Utilizing physicians' results, HearPod Inc. provides a complete line of HearPod 100% digital hearing aids that employ a unique combination of the latest 100% digital technology and ultra-comfortable anatomically designed fitting. Every HearPod digital hearing aid is custom programmed, and comprehensive service is obtained from the comfort of the baby boomer's home. Perhaps most importantly, HearPod offers these hearing instruments at a price anyone can afford.
Mr. Wohlers is available to discuss how baby boomer hearing loss is caused, and the best options for resolution. For more information, you can reach him at 808.216.2747, or visit http://www.myhearpod.com.
About Randy Wohlers BC HIS
Baby boomer Randy Wohlers BC HIS, is Board Certified in Hearing Instrument Science, and a long-time member of the National Hearing Aid Society. Mr. Wohlers is President of Hearpod Inc., located in North Carolina. For over 30 years, Mr. Wohlers has been in private practice, dispensing hearing instruments. Mr. Wohlers owns six of the largest hearing health practices in Hawaii.
Contact: Alan Walker or Randy Wohlers
Tel: 808 216 2747
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