Doctors and other health workers also often have to speak louder when dealing with older patients with hearing loss.


1. Take a long deep breath before speaking; this increases lung capacity. Practice, while taking a deep breath, and then trying to inhale more air. Slowly let out the air from his lungs, controlling breaths. Practice these breathing exercises.

2. Take a deep breath and say, slowly exhaling. Use to pronounce each word more breath than in a normal conversation. Exhale with each word more air to speak louder. If it turns out too loud, then use less air as you exhale.

3. A speech, work the diaphragm and not the lungs. Imagine that your words come out from the stomach. In this way the timbre of the voice becomes lower, thus facilitating perception.