Whether you’re new or a seasoned veteran, there’s nothing else quite like being a mom. You’re constantly trying to remember baseball games, concerts, birthdays AND you worry about your kids’ health, future and friends … whew! Remind me again, when is the last time you really took care of yourself?
It’s fair to say that part of taking care of your kids means it can be difficult to make time to take care of yourself. However, you can’t be the best mom you can be if you’re not at your best – and that includes your hearing. Can you imagine your wonderfully chaotic world with muffled sounds and unclear words?
Hearing sound is one of the most important aspects related to memory. In fact, research shows that the same part of the brain that’s in charge of processing our sense of smell, sight and sound is also partly responsible for storing emotional memories. So your favorite holiday and family memories are tied to how you sense and perceive those occasions.
You’ve put your kids and significant other ahead of yourself so often that it’s time you did something for yourself (and them) and take control of your hearing. This Mother’s Day (after you receive the flowers, jewelry and cards) give yourself a gift! Make a promise to yourself to get a hearing consultation to ensure you’re experiencing everything that makes being a mother amazing. Call us for a free hearing screening or visit our Contact Us page if you’re ready to take the first step toward better hearing.