Part 3: Specific Links Between Untreated Hearing Loss & Dementia

What You’ll Learn

1. Aging is the leading cause of hearing loss; age related hearing loss will happen to everyone that lives long enough.

2. The most common form of loss is sensorineural hearing loss which is a permanent, progressive, degenerative disorder with neurologic involvement.

3. Hearing loss presents a barrier or a hurdle for sound stimulation to reach the hearing centers in the brain. Hearing devices help overcome this barrier.

4. We hear with our brains, not with our ears. There’s elaborate teamwork that occurs between the ears when hearing intact. Fortunately, the makers of hearing devices.

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