Hearing Aids Reduce Signs of Aging

Woman considering hearing aids as she looks at her image in a mirror.

You’ve been searching for a way to protect your youthfulness as you age.

Diet, exercise, and vitamins have all been part of your routine. You’ve spent more money than you’d like to admit on retinol creams and hair growth programs. You’ve even tried out yoga. You can stay happy and youthful at any age.

But what if we told you there’s an easy way to stay happy and feeling young that’s inexpensive and backed by science. Yet, less than 16% of individuals who would benefit are taking advantage of it.

The “trick” is easy – they’re using their hearing aids to deal with their hearing loss.

As we age, this might be the trick to remaining youthful and happy.

Is Hearing Loss Very Prevalent?

The potential to experience hearing loss goes up significantly by age 45. Even children as young as 12 are affected.

According to a scientific study, 11% of individuals between the ages of 45 and 54 were dealing with some amount of hearing loss. By age 80 that percentage goes up to 90%. Almost 25% of those aged 65 to 74, and 50 percent of people 75 and older, are dealing with debilitating hearing loss.

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

Contrary to common belief most cases of hearing loss develop as a result of exposure to loud noise not aging. Some individuals are exposed to more harmful noises than others during the course of their lives.

Hearing loss isn’t an inevitability, but not treating your hearing loss has been shown by repeated studies, to affect your general happiness, health, and youthfulness.

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

Your Key to Happiness And Youthfulness is Your Hearing Aid

The following results have been directly linked to wearing hearing aids:

  • Engaging in social interaction 20% more frequently

You’ll agree, being with people is one of the things that make life rewarding. When you spend time doing things you enjoy, with those you love, you feel happier and younger.

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

  • Being 30% less likely to suffer from depression

Feelings which are related to depression including loneliness and sadness, according to some studies, are not as likely to be reported when someone with hearing loss regularly wears their hearing aid.

Feeling like people are attempting to avoid them or are mad at them is also less likely. They’re not as likely to seclude themselves from others.

Less depression means increased happiness.

  • Being 24% less likely to experience mental decline

If you have somebody in your family that has dementia you know all too well how frightening that can be. Cognitive decline makes people feel older because they’re constantly forgetting, and it takes longer for them to process things.

As the decline goes on, they lose many of the things that make them youthful and happy because they become unable to do them.

If the simple act of using your hearing aid can lessen your chances of dementia and Alzheimer’s disease, shouldn’t you be wearing it?

  • Falling danger reduced by 30%

As we age, the risk of falling and injuring ourselves becomes a bitter reality. We’re not as steady as we once were. A hospital stay and several weeks of rehab may be the result if a bad fall leads to a fracture.

That’s not a place you want to be. Being in pain in the hospital isn’t at all fun.

You’re happier when you’re capable of getting around easily. You’re more sure of your movements and less likely to be startled.

Hearing aids will make a hospital stay less likely and will let you spend more time with family and friends.

  • Having 30% fewer misunderstandings and arguments

How many times have you been involved in a misunderstanding because you failed to hear what someone actually said. Or, maybe, a friend raises her voice so you can hear her more clearly, but you think she’s yelling at you.

A considerable strain on relationships can be the outcome of untreated hearing loss. It can lead to anger, resentment, sadness, and other adverse emotions. But you will have more positive interactions with friends and family if you can hear better which hearing aids will help you do. Helping you remain happy and youthful at any age.

Whatever you’ve lost, get it back

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

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

If you have hearing loss, you may still hear these things to some extent but they are most likely not as pleasant.

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