Signs of Aging Are Slowed by Hearing Aids


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 get older.

Exercise, vitamins, and diet have all been part of your regimen. You’ve spent more money than you’d like to admit on retinol creams and hair growth programs. You even signed up for a Yoga class. You can stay happy and youthful regardless of your age.

But fortunately, there’s an inexpensive way to keep that youthful happy feeling which has scientific backing. Yet, among people who would benefit, fewer than 16% are taking advantage of it.

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

This trick might be the key to feeling happy and youthful as we age.

Is Hearing Loss Very Common?

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

As reported by a scientific study, 11% of individuals between the ages of 45 and 54 were dealing with some level of hearing loss. By age 80 that percentage goes up to 90%. Of those between the ages of 65 and 74, nearly 25 % experience disabling hearing loss and that number goes up to 50% by age 80.

Moreover, hearing loss is twice as common among men younger than 70 compared to women in the same age group.

Contrary to common notion most instances of hearing loss happen as a result of exposure to loud noise not aging. Over the course of their lives, some individuals are exposed to more harmful sound than others.

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

But hearing aids are worn by only 1 out of 7 individuals who actually need them.

Your Secret to Happiness And Youthfulness is Your Hearing Aid

The following results have been directly related to using hearing aids:

  • participating in social situations 20% more frequently

You’ll concur, being with people is one of the things that make life rewarding. You feel happier and younger when you spend treasured time with people you love doing the activities you take pleasure in.

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

  • Being 30% less likely to suffer from depression

Feelings which are connected to depression-like sadness and loneliness, according to some studies, are less likely to be reported when someone with hearing loss regularly uses their hearing aid.

They’re also less likely to feel as though people are mad at them or attempting to avoid them. It’s not as common for them to engage in self isolation.

Greater happiness is the result of less depression.

  • Less likelihood of enduring mental decline

If you have a mom, dad, or aunt who is coping with dementia, you know how frightening it is for the family and the person in cognitive decline. It takes longer for a person with cognitive decline to process things and they are constantly forgetting what they said and did which makes them feel older.

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

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

  • Decreasing your risk of falling by 30%

As we age, the risk of falling and injuring ourselves becomes a bitter reality. When we were younger, we were definitely more balanced. A hospital stay and a few weeks of rehab could be the result if a bad fall results in a fracture.

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

When you can get around with ease, you live a happier life. You’re more confident in your movements and less likely to be startled.

Wearing your hearing aid will let you spend more time with friends and family and less time stuck in a hospital bed.

  • Misunderstandings and arguments are 30% less likely

How many times have you been involved in a misunderstanding because you didn’t 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 result of neglected hearing loss. It can create anger, resentment, sadness, and other adverse emotions. But using your hearing aid helps you hear better, which will create more positive interactions with your friends and family members. Whatever age you may be, this will help you stay happy and youthful.

Whatever you’ve lost, get it back

Have you been using your hearing aid? You may have forgotten many of the simple joys in life that you’re missing, including:

  • The sounds of nature at your local park
  • The laughter of children
  • Discussions with friends and family without needing them to speak louder
  • Music
  • Outings and social clubs

You might believe you can still hear these things clearly, but if you are suffering from hearing loss, they probably don’t sound as pleasant as they once did.

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