As we age, we do loose a certain degree of hearing, there are a number of factor that can cause this
1. Tinnitus
3. UAT
4. Ear infection
5. diseases
6. loud noises... Just to name a few

Mine is childhood disease, I don't remember being able to hear as I was to young to remember.
You should get your hearing check to see how much of a loss you have to prevent a serious hearing loss, the longer you procrastinate the worst your hearing is. Hearing aide comes in different sizes as mine is the largest/strongest hearing aide on the market and I hate it with a passion. :lol:
Consult your Doctor and see where it will lead you to.

Alberta, you can see your family doctor and he will refer you to Alberta Health hearing test, they can recommend you an Audiologists. They can help you with the kind of hearing aide that will fit your hearing needs.

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interesting! I recently had my Dr. check 7 clean my ears. I was surprised at what spilled out...yellow clots... and it wasn't bananas either!!! I am going back to ensure all's well. use the home remedies , but be cautious. wise to maintain a good level of health.
Thank you for sharing this helpful information with us. Hearing is essential in human life, and with age, its quality decreases, so we must protect it as long as possible. My grandmother is 72, and I have noticed that it is sometimes difficult for her to understand what we are talking about when we visit her, so we have to raise our voices or talk closer to her. Weak hearing at an advanced age also causes problems in daily life. And we decided to sign a contract with a specialist from to make her life and work at home more accessible.