Hey there,

It’s Paula and Regina with you again for the October edition of your newsletter.

Once again, we’ve got a lot to share with you, so without further ado, let’s dive right in!

It’s National Protect Your Hearing Month!

A whole month dedicated to…our ears!?

Oh yes! So many of us take our hearing for granted, yet, when it starts to fail us, we don’t half notice, which is why we here at Celestial Hearing Solutions are excited to make a real song and dance about National Protect Your Hearing Month, and hopefully inspire people to wake up to the wonders that are our ears!

Whether you’re already a hearing aid user, suffer a hearing loss in any way, or care for someone who does, this month is dedicated to you, and we’ll be sharing a lot of useful information over the month to help keep your hearing protected for the foreseeable future. We also offer custom hearing protection and molds for swimming, so be sure to pop in to get your own!

Oh, and as always, if you feel your hearing hasn’t been its best lately, then perhaps it’s time to schedule that all important hearing assessment with us today and let us take care of you.

Latest Patient Resources

How To Get A Loved One To Consider Hearing Aids

If hearing loss has started to affect a relationship, here’s how you can encourage your loved one to get the help they need…

Read more…

The Complete Guide to Tinnitus

As one of the most common hearing loss-related symptoms, here’s everything you need to know about tinnitus and how to manage it…

Read more…

Let’s Have A Hearing Health Tip, Shall We?

Raising awareness is all about going back to basics and drumming in the facts.

So, our health tip this month is about how you can prevent hearing loss from happening in the first place, and we’ll give you a clue – it ain’t rocket science!

Firstly, if you’re around loud noise, simply walk away from it.

Secondly, if you can, just turn the volume down!

Finally, if both are unavoidable, wear ear protection.

Who said staying safe needed to be complicated?

Time For Another….

You know your ears are small, but did you know your ears are host to the tiniest bones in your entire body?

Yep, the “ossicles,” which collectively are 3 little bones and are smaller than a penny, are responsible for transmitting sounds into the inner ear.

Patient Reviews

We’re always so delighted when a patient of ours leaves us a friendly review – it makes our day, in truth.

Take a look at this recent review from one of our patients:

“Paula and Regina are absolutely amazing and patient. The follow ups are incredible, and I am always looking forward to it! If you need hearing aids (or you’re undecided) go and see them. They are not trying to sell you something you don’t need or can’t afford. They work with you as a VIP (very important person). Thank you, you have become friends in this journey.”

– Ulli Dunn

That’s A Wrap!

Thank you for taking the time to read our newsletter – we hope it’s been useful to you.

As a reminder, Celestial Hearing is on your side. If you have any concerns about your family’s ear health, you can get in touch at
(575) 915-1112.

Until next month,
Paula and Regina

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