Memory, Cognition, & Hearing Loss



Research shows there is a direct link between untreated hearing loss and cognitive decline.


STUDIES INDICATE:


  • People with moderate to severe hearing loss are up to 5 times as likely to develop dementia compared to people with normal hearing.

  • People with untreated hearing loss report more problems with their memory compared to those with normal hearing.

  • Older adults with hearing loss – especially men – are more likely to develop Alzheimer’s disease.


If you have hearing loss, the best way to keep your brain active and healthy is

by wearing hearing aids as prescribed.


Not hearing your best? The first step is a hearing evaluation.


Call a hearing health professional today to schedule your appointment.

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