General HealthThere are 48 million people throughout the country suffering from hearing loss. Of those people, only 20 percent who can benefit from the use of a hearing aid actually wear them. It turns out, living with untreated hearing loss can do more damage than originally thought and those who seek treatment see improvements in all aspects of their lives. Texans who choose to treat their hearing loss with hearing aids are known to have better overall health, professional success and emotional well-being than those who don’t.
Improved Mental HealthThose that treat their hearing loss have a decrease in feelings of depression, anger and anxiety.
Improved Cognitive HealthIndividuals with untreated hearing loss are at an increased risk of cognitive decline.
Improved Physical HealthIndividuals with untreated hearing loss are three times more likely to suffer physical injuries, specifically falls.
Improved BalanceIndividuals that use a hearing device to treat their hearing loss may also see an improvement in their balance.
Improved Ability to FocusUntreated hearing loss leads to difficulty concentrating, especially when communicating with others.
Improved Ability to LearnNew research suggests that untreated hearing loss can lead to problems storing new information.
Increased Earning PowerUntreated hearing loss leads to reduced job performance and less monetary compensation.
Renewed ConfidenceTreating hearing loss enables an individual to once again be able to navigate the world on their own.
Increased Control Over Life EventsWhen overcoming a reliance on others to understand what is going on in the hearing world, an individual with hearing loss will regain their sense of control.
Better RelationshipsBeing able to successfully communicate with loved ones leads to healthier and longer-lasting relationships.
Increased Social InteractionsImproved communication leads to a boost in confidence and more social activities with friends and loved ones.
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