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As you’ve been getting older, you’ve most likely been trying to find ways to preserve your youthfulness.

Diet, exercise, and vitamins have all been part of your regimen. You’ve spent more money than you’d like to admit on wrinkle creams and hair growth products. You’ve even tried out yoga. You can stay happy and youthful at any age.

But the good news is, there’s an affordable way to keep that youthful happy feeling which has scientific backing. Yet, less than 16% of individuals who would benefit are taking advantage of it.

The “trick” is simple – they’re wearing their hearing aids to treat their hearing loss.

As we age, this may be the trick to remaining youthful and happy.

How Commonplace is Hearing Loss?

By the time you reach the age of 45, your risk of developing hearing loss rises dramatically. It even affects children as young as 12.

According to a scientific study, 11% of people between the ages of 45 and 54 were experiencing some level of hearing loss. It increases to 90% by age 80. Almost 25% of those aged 65 to 74, and 50 percent of those 75 and over, are suffering from debilitating hearing loss.

Moreover, hearing loss is twice as common with men under the age of 70 compared to women in the same age group.

Contrary to common notion most instances of hearing loss develop because of exposure to loud noise not aging. Over the course of their lives, some individuals are exposed to more damaging sound than others.

It isn’t inevitable that somebody will get hearing loss but numerous studies have revealed that your general happiness, youthfulness, and health are affected by failing to deal with any hearing loss you already have.

Yet only 1 in 7 individuals who would benefit from hearing aids wear them.

Your Secret to Happiness And Youthfulness is Your Hearing Aid

Wearing your hearing aid has been directly linked to the following outcomes:

  • Engaging in social interaction 20% more frequently

One of the things that make life great, you’ll agree, is being around other people. When you spend time doing things you enjoy, with those you love, you feel happier and younger.

People with hearing loss who use their hearing aids are more likely to stay active and social.

  • Having a 30% less-likelihood of depression

Feelings which are associated with depression such as loneliness and sadness, according to some studies, are less likely to be reported when someone with hearing loss regularly wears their hearing aid.

They’re also less likely to feel as if people are mad at them or trying to avoid them. It’s not as common for them to practice self isolation.

Increased happiness is the result of less depression.

  • Being 24% less likely to experience cognitive decline

If you have a dad, mom, or aunt with dementia, you know how frightening it is for the family and the individual in mental decline. It takes longer for a person with cognitive decline to understand things and they are continually forgetting what they said and did which makes them feel older.

As cognitive decline progresses, the people who are dealing with it are no longer able to do the things that make them feel happy and youthful.

If your risk of getting dementia and Alzheimer’s can be reduced by simply wearing hearing aids, shouldn’t that be what you’re doing.

  • Falling danger reduced by 30%

As we get older, the chances of falling and hurting ourselves becomes a real possibility. When we were younger, we were much more stable. A hospital stay and a few weeks of rehab may be the consequence if a bad fall results in a fracture.

That isn’t where you want to spend your time. It’s not fun to be in the hospital in pain.

You’re happier when you’re capable of getting around easily. You’re not as likely to be startled because you’re more confident with your movements.

Using your hearing aid will let you spend more time with family and friends and less time cooped up in a hospital bed.

  • Having 30% fewer misunderstandings and arguments

How many disputes begin because you thought you heard someone say something unfavorable, but in fact, the person said something else? Or, perhaps, a friend raises her voice so you can hear her more clearly, but you think she’s yelling at you.

A massive strain on relationships can be the result of untreated hearing loss. Resentment, anger, sadness, and other negative emotions are frequently the outcome. But wearing your hearing aid helps you hear better, which will lead to more positive interactions with your friends and family members. Helping you stay happy and youthful at any age.

Whatever you’ve lost, get it back

Have you been wearing your hearing aid? Many of the simple joys in life that you’ve been missing include:

  • The sounds of nature at your local park
  • Outings and social clubs
  • Conversations with friends and family without asking them to speak up
  • Music
  • Children’s laughter

If you have hearing loss, you may still hear these things to some degree but they are probably not as pleasant.

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