Listen, Comprehend, and Remember

Many events in our lives contribute to weaknesses in our auditory-visual system: a history of poor ear, nose, or throat health; falling and hitting our head; dental issues impacting bone density in our mouth; medical and genetic conditions. There are solutions for strengthening auditory and visual pathways and then retraining the way the brain processes sights and sounds. Is competing background noise and speech making it too difficult to easily listen to comprehend and remember what was just heard? Are you still experiencing blurry vision and eye discomfort despite new glasses? Are you worried about your poor memory? Take the first step towards help and complete Moore Auditory-Visual Questionnaire https://www.mooreauditorytraining.com/moore-auditory-questionnaires/log-in/

Your ability to listen with comprehension affects your ability to remember what you just heard. What you hear affects your vision. What you see determines how well you listen. Both ears must work strongly together and both eyes must work strongly together to SYNC up sights with sounds. Now, you are able to listen with comprehension and remember. You may even find it easy to look at the person who is talking. Children, teens and adults suffered emotionally when it is difficult to listen with comprehension. They experience more anxiety, depression, and low self-esteem when they forget what was just heard. It was too difficult to listen with comprehension during class and at work. Group conversations at home and away from home results in confusion. Hearing is critical for socializing. Research shows that both ears must equally and strongly absorb sounds for people to easily listen, remember, and comprehend.
The effects of hearing loss are much more than struggling to listen, comprehend, and remember. Are you still experiencing blurry vision and eye discomfort despite new glasses? Are you worried about your poor memory? Take the first step towards help and complete Moore Auditory-Visual Questionnaire https://www.mooreauditorytraining.com/moore-auditory-questionnaires/log-in/