The New Year is a time for fresh starts. But sometimes, we set unrealistic goals and our resolutions are forgotten by early spring.
This year, Manatee Ear Center in Bradenton, Florida challenges our community to make hearing health awareness a New Year’s resolution. Working to understand hearing loss is a great gift you can give your hearing impaired loved one.
“This is a completely different product than other rechargeable hearing aids,” says Dr. Denise Parrish, audiologist at Manatee Ear Center. “From its ease of use to sound quality, to its ease of charge and lasting performance, the Phonak Audéo B-R modernizes rechargeable hearing aids.”
The Science of Hearing Loss
The sounds your ears receive are immediately sent to the brain, which translates noise into meaning. When you have hearing loss, your brain tries to fill in the gaps of the sounds you’re not hearing. That’s one of the reasons why hearing loss is so exhausting.
When a hearing impairment is left untreated, your quality of life suffers. A recent study by Johns Hopkins found that untreated hearing loss leads to other serious issues, including dementia.
Hearing aids are the best remedy. In a survey of 1,500 Americans with hearing aids, nine out of 10 wearers report that hearing devices improve their quality of life. Hearing aids also help mitigate the negative side effects of hearing loss.
In all hearing loss categories – from mild to severe – hearing aids vastly enhance the social, psychological and physical well-being of wearers. Here are four ways hearing aids can positively affect your overall health:
The “Feel the Music” project by the Mahler Chamber Orchestra’s "Beethoven’s Journey" series teaches deaf children a touch of the classics – and aims to open up the world of music to pupils with hearing loss.
At Manatee Ear Center in Bradenton, Florida, we believe that even if you or your loved one suffers from hearing loss, you can still enjoy all of life’s pleasures, like music. Hearing aids can significantly improve listening experiences.
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