How to improve your hearing

If you're experiencing hearing problems, you're not alone

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Hearing loss

While there are different types of hearing loss, presbycusis (loss of hearing that occurs gradually as one ages) is the most common for those 55 and older. Exposure to loud noises also contributes to many with hearing damage. Genetics, birth defects, infections of the head or ear, excessive earwax (temporary hearing loss issue), and reactions to drugs are all triggers for hearing loss. While you cannot reverse most types of hearing loss, there are options to improve your hearing.

Your overall health and well-being can be directly linked to hearing health.

1 in 6 people experience hearing loss. 80% do nothing about it.
Untreated hearing loss has been linked to dementia and other cognitive disorders.
Hearing impairment is more common in men.
Hearing loss is twice as common as in people with diabetes compared to those without.
Hearing loss is the third most prevalent are-related disability following arthritis and hypertension suffered by adults 75 and over.

1 in 6 one in six

Baby boomers struggle with hearing loss.

The good news...

With today's modern advancements in hearing aid technology, there is no reason to "just put up" with hearing loss anymore.

Hearing test

Test your hearing today

Take our online hearing test simulator or visit a hearing professional in your area for a comprehensive hearing evaluation.

This test should take less than 5 minutes.

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