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It effects your health and your life.

Are you or a loved one suffering from the health effects of hearing loss? Hearing loss makes it easy to withdraw from life. But you don’t have to let this happen. Hearing is an essential sense that keeps you alert, active, and engaged with others.  When left untreated, simple tasks like hearing conversations at a restaurant or talking on the phone can become difficult.   Not only can hearing loss make it harder to communicate but if left untreated, it can also lead to other health problems.

Recent research has linked hearing loss to dementia. This is highly concerning to us as the baby boomer generation reaches age 65 the number of people suffering from dementia is expected to triple. Further research has found that hearing aids can help! Learn more about that connection here.

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Feeling Isolated

When you can’t hear it becomes difficult to participate in conversations, eventually you start to avoid social situations altogether.  People with hearing loss are more likely to suffer from depression.

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Feeling Confused

Hearing loss can affect your memory. It can cause cognitive abilities to decline 30 to 40 percent faster than normal aging. Learn More… 

listening fatigue

Feeling Tired

Losing your hearing is exhausting. You have to try twice as hard as someone with normal hearing just to have a simple conversation. It’s not uncommon for people with untreated hearing loss to feel tired. Learn More…

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Feeling Off-Balance

When you can’t hear well, you’re less aware of your surroundings. So, people with hearing loss have a tendency to fall down more. Learn More… 

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Feeling Overwhelmed

People with diabetes are twice as likely to suffer from hearing loss. High glucose levels can damage nerves in the inner ear. Learn More…

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Feeling Sick

A healthy heart helps your ears stay healthy, too. People who have heart disease have a 54 percent greater chance of suffering from hearing loss. Learn More…

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Feeling Overweight

Obesity can cause countless health problems. Hearing loss is one of them. Walking at least two hours a week can reduce the risk.

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Feeling Addicted

You’ve heard that smoking causes lung cancer. But did you know it causes hearing loss, too? Chemicals in cigarettes prevent your inner ear from transmitting vibrations.

Take back your hearing. Take back your life. 

If you suffer from hearing loss, stop waiting to seek treatment. You could be doing more harm than you know.  Call (855) 243-5541 to set up your free hearing test today.

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Are you ready to start hearing again? We can make it happen. Let’s talk about how to begin your hearing journey.

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