Hearing Aids Reduce Signs of Aging

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As you’ve been getting older, you’ve probably been trying to find ways to maintain your youthfulness.

You’ve looked for it with diet, exercise, and supplements. You’ve spent more money than you’d like to admit on retinol creams and hair growth programs. You even joined a Yoga class. It doesn’t matter what your age, you can stay happy and youthful.

But what if we told you there’s a simple method to remain happy and feeling young that’s affordable and backed by science. Yet, among individuals who would benefit, less than 16% are taking advantage of it.

The “trick” is easy – they’re wearing their hearing aids to treat their hearing loss.

This trick may be the secret to feeling happy and youthful as we age.

Is Hearing Loss Very Prevalent?

The possibility of experiencing hearing loss rises substantially by age 45. It even impacts children as young as 12.

According to a scientific study, 11% of people between the ages of 45 and 54 were experiencing some degree of hearing loss. It increases to 90% by age 80. Nearly 25% of those aged 65 to 74, and 50 percent of those 75 and older, are dealing with debilitating hearing loss.

Also, men younger than 70 are twice as likely to experience hearing loss than women in the same age group.

Contrary to common notion, most instances of hearing loss develop as a result of exposure to loud noise, not aging. Some people are exposed to more harmful sounds than others during the course of their lives.

It isn’t inevitable that a person will get hearing loss but multiple studies have revealed that your general happiness, youthfulness, and health are affected by failing to address any hearing loss you’re already experiencing.

Yet only 1 in 7 people who should be using hearing aids wear them.

Your Hearing Aid is The Secret to Youthfulness And Happiness

The following outcomes have been directly linked to using hearing aids:

  • Engaging in social interaction 20% more frequently

You’ll agree, being around people is one of the things that make life worthwhile. You feel younger and happier when you spend treasured time with people you love doing the activities you enjoy.

Individuals are more likely to stay socially active when they wear their hearing aid regularly..

  • Having a 30% less-likelihood of depression

Research has shown that people who have hearing loss who use hearing aids are less likely to report sad feelings and loneliness, which is linked to depression.

They’re also not as likely to feel like people are mad at them or trying to avoid them. They’re not as likely to isolate themselves from others.

Increased happiness is the result of less depression.

  • Being 24% less likely to suffer from mental decline

If you have a dad, mom, or aunt who is coping with dementia, you know how frightening it is for the family and the person in mental decline. Mental decline makes people feel older because they’re continually forgetting, and it takes longer for them to process things.

As cognitive decline progresses, the people who are coping with it can no longer do the things that make them feel happy and youthful.

If your risk of getting dementia and Alzheimer’s can be decreased by simply using hearing aids, shouldn’t you be doing that.

  • Falling risk decreased by 30%

The chances of falling and sustaining a severe injury becomes a real concern as we get older. When we were younger, we were much more balanced. A bad fall could cause a serious fracture that results in a hospital stay and several weeks of rehab.

That’s not where you want to spend your time. Being in pain in the hospital isn’t fun at all.

You’re happier when you’re able to get around easily. You’re more confident in your movements and less likely to be startled.

Using your hearing aid will allow you to spend more time with family and friends and less time cooped up in a hospital bed.

  • Arguments and misunderstandings are 30% less likely

How many times have you been involved in a misunderstanding because you didn’t hear what someone actually said. Or perhaps you think someone is yelling at you because they need to raise their voice so you can hear them.

A considerable strain on relationships can be the outcome of untreated hearing loss. Resentment, anger, sadness, and other undesirable emotions are frequently the consequence. But wearing your hearing aid helps you hear better, which will lead to more positive interactions with your family and friends. Helping you stay happy and youthful at any age.

Reclaim what you’ve lost

Have you been using your hearing aid? Many of the simple joys in life that you’ve been missing include:

  • Music
  • Conversations with friends and family without asking them to speak louder
  • Social clubs and outings
  • Nature sounds outdoors
  • The laughter of children

If you have hearing loss, you might still hear these things to some extent but they are probably not as enjoyable.

The site information is for educational and informational purposes only and does not constitute medical advice. To receive personalized advice or treatment, schedule an appointment.

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