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Is Your Hearing Tied to Your Quality of Life?

If you have a hearing loss and are struggling with the idea of wearing a hearing aid or have been told by friends and family for years that you can’t hear and should be doing something about your hearing loss, then this article is for you. Please consider the following. Your hearing is not like […]

Why hearing loss affects much more than your ears

Research has shown that the effects of hearing loss are far-reaching and can cause other co-morbidities such as depression. Click Here to Read More

Fixing Your Hearing and Vision Loss Can Keep Your Memory Sharper.

When you get hearing aids, it can help you stay more stimulated and socially engaged. Click Here to Read More

Why depression, trauma can make you age faster.

Major depression is one of the most common mental health problems in the United States. Click Here to Read More

Questions to Ask When a Loved One Is Diagnosed with Alzheimer’s or Dementia

How to find out as much as you can about your loved one’s current situation and expected trajectory of cognitive decline. Click Here to Read More

Easing Loneliness Among The Elderly Saves Lives

“I didn’t want to go out of the house,” Girardi recalled, adding he only felt comfortable “going from the bedroom to the dining room.” Click Here to Read More

Can a Hearing Loss Make You Feel Socially Isolated?

You know you’re having some problems hearing.  Your friends and family members seem to point out what you’re missing or how often they have to repeat information every day now.  But are you aware of exactly how that might be impacting you on a daily basis? CONSEQUENCES OF UNTREATED HEARING LOSS Untreated hearing loss can […]

Hearing’s Contribution to Quality of Life

Quality of life can be defined as, “your personal satisfaction or dissatisfaction with the cultural or intellectual conditions under which you live (as distinct from material comfort).  For example, “the new art museum is expected to improve your quality of life”. Quality of life is a broad multidimensional concept that usually includes subjective evaluations of […]

Louder Isn’t Necessarily Better

Just turn up the volume and people can hear what’s being said, right? Well, not really…. Click Here to Read More

Dementia Risk and Hearing Loss

Even a subtle loss of hearing when you’re young can change brain function and increase the risk for dementia. Click Here to Read More