Treating Hearing Loss in Orlando, FL
See why you should treat hearing loss right away.
Research and scientific studies have confirmed that untreated hearing loss is linked to numerous physical and mental health issues, including impaired memory, increased falling, social isolation and more.
The good news?
Studies also conclude that treating hearing loss can combat or delay many of these negative consequences — and lead to improved relationships, confidence and quality of life.
With everything we know, there’s no reason to let hearing loss go untreated anymore.
When you’re ready, we can help!
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Not sure if you’re ready to treat your hearing loss yet?
Then download our Six Steps to Better Hearing Guide. In this FREE guide, we’ll walk you through everything you need to know when you are to hear better and live better, including:
- How to confirm you have hearing loss
- Common signs and causes of hearing loss
- Why it’s important to treat hearing loss sooner rather than later
- Where to go and who to see to get help
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Older adults with hearing loss are more likely to develop problems thinking and remembering.1
Treating hearing loss can help.
If you let mild, moderate or severe hearing loss go untreated, research shows you're more likely to develop dementia. But treating hearing loss with hearing aids has been shown to help. Call us, or fill out the contact us form to schedule an appointment today!
1http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/news/media/releases/ hearing_loss_accelerates_brain_function_decline_in_older_adults | 2http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/news/media/releases/hearing_loss_and_dementia_linked_in_study | 3http://www.hopkinsmedicine.
org/news/media/releases/ hearing_loss_linked_to_accelerated_brain_tissue_loss_ | 4http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/news/media/releases/ hearing_loss_accelerates_brain_function_decline_in_older_adults | 5Amieva, H., Ouvrard, C., Giulioli, C., Meillon C.,
Rullier, L., & Dartigues, J. F. (2015). Self-reported hearing loss, hearing aids, and cognitive decline in elderly adults: A 25-year study. J Am Geriatr Soc. 2015 Oct;63 (10):2099-104. doi: 10.1111/jgs.13649.