Speech in Noise (3 of 4)

In noisy settings, listening with a hearing loss is often quite challenging. Listening to speech in noise is similar to trying to read the word "speech" printed in the top box to the right.
Adding a hearing device with noise reduction and directional microphones can make listening in noise easier and more accurate, much like reading the word "speech" in the middle box.
But there is still room for further improvement. Watching a talker's face adds more information and can greatly increase the ease of understanding speech in noisy settings.

You can become a better lipreader to understand speech better in face-to-face noisy settings.

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