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It’s Time for Better Hearing

Take this simple test

to identify signs of hearing loss:

YES NO

Do you have difficulty hearing

over the telephone?

Do people complain that you turn

the TV volume up too high?

Do you have to strain to

understand conversations?

Do you have trouble hearing

in a noisy background?

Do you find yourself asking

people to repeat themselves?

If you answered YES to any

of these questions, its time

for a FREE hearing screening.

Call today for an appointment.

CHECK THE FACTS

The number of Americans with hearing loss has doubled over the past 30 years

About 48 million Americans have hearing loss — that’s 11% of the population!

First-time hearing aid wearers report a satisfaction rating exceeding 90%

Hearing aids help over 90% of hearing losses

HEARING AIDS LET YOU…

Understand speech in both quiet and noisy situations

Hear phones, TVs & stereos more clearly

Feel less stress & fatigue while maintaining independence

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500.00

$500 Good Toward the Purchase of a Set of

B eltone Micro-invisa Hearing Devices

Not valid for previous purchases.

Cannot be combined with other offers.

Good through 5/31/2016

$1000 Good Toward the Purchase of a Set of

B eltone Legend Hearing Instruments

1000.00

Not valid for previous purchases.

Cannot be combined with other offers.

Good through 5/31/2016

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Hearing Loss and Dementia Linked in Study

S eniors with hearing loss are significantly more likely to develop dementia over time than those who

retain their hearing, a study by Johns Hopkins and National Institute on Aging researchers suggests.

T he findings, the researchers say, could lead to new ways to combat

d ementia, a condition that affects millions of people worldwide and

c arries heavy societal burdens.

A lthough the reason for the link between the two conditions is

unknown, the investigators suggest that a common pathology may

underlie both or that the strain of decoding sounds over the years may

overwhelm the brains of people with hearing loss, leaving them more

v ulnerable to dementia. They also speculate that hearing loss could

lead to dementia by making individuals more socially isolated, a

known risk factor for dementia and other cognitive disorders.

Whatever the cause, the scientists report, their finding may offer a

s tarting point for interventions — even as simple as hearing aids — that could delay or prevent

d ementia by improving patients’ hearing.

“A lot of people ignore hearing loss because it’s such a slow and insidious process as we age,” Lin

s ays. “Even if people feel as if they are not affected, we’re showing that it may well be a more seri ous

problem.”

T he research was supported by the intramural research program of the National Institute on Aging.

Source: hopkinsmedicine.org

Use it or Lose it

Studies show that untreated hearing loss can lead to

other health issues such as: dementia, depression and

frequent loss of balance. Another common issue tied to

untreated hearing loss is Auditory Deprivation, a

process where the brain loses the ability to

understand speech. Often times, those that suffer

from auditory deprivation find that they can hear,

but they can’t under-stand everything that they

hear. Hearing aids have proven to stabilize the

ability to understand speech, thus, stopping

auditory deprivation.

Contact your local

Beltone Hearing Center for a

FREE Hearing Exam.

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