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Hearing loss and dementia are two separate problems that are often associated with aging, and they actually share a bigger connection than many people realize. Although people can – and frequently do – have dementia without hearing loss, research shows that hearing loss can definitely contribute to a person’s mental decline. Many cases of dementia…

New technology is making hearing aids more effective. People are hearing better, with more accuracy, and with less strain. These new devices, using connectivity to the internet and more advanced chips, let people take part in group conversations and experience sounds naturally. More Channels for Frequencies It was revolutionary when new hearing aids developed two…

Traditional hearing aids operate by closing down certain sounds to allow you to focus only on what you need to hear, and while that does work well for most kinds of hearing loss it also creates an artificial listening experience. The brain is deprived of the context it needs to make sense of certain sounds,…

Hearing aids are complex devices that amplify sounds for people perceiving words, music and other noise. They gather sound energy and direct it into the ear canal, allowing user’s to better understand and interpret sounds. While this principal hasn’t changed since their inception, new technologies deliver users far superior results from their hearing aids with…

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