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You’ve been searching for a way to protect your youthfulness as you age.

You’ve tried to find it in with diet, supplements, exercise. You’ve spent more money than you’d like to admit on retinol creams and hair growth programs. You’ve even tried out yoga. You can stay happy and youthful regardless of your age.

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

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

This trick may be the key to feeling happy and youthful as we age.

How Common is Hearing Loss?

By the time you get to the age of 45, your chance of developing hearing loss goes up dramatically. Even children as young as 12 are impacted.

A study showed that out of all people between 45 and 54, hearing loss is experienced by 11% of them. By age 80 that percentage goes up to 90%. Of those between the ages of 65 and 74, almost 25 % cope with debilitating hearing loss and that number increases to 50% by age 80.

Also, men under 70 are twice as likely to have hearing loss than women in the same age group.

While you probably relate hearing loss with aging, most hearing loss occurs because of exposure to loud and harmful sounds. Some people are exposed to more damaging sounds than others over the course of their lives.

Hearing loss isn’t an inevitability, but not treating your hearing loss has been shown by consistent studies, to affect your overall health, happiness, and youthfulness.

Yet only 1 out of 7 individuals who should be using hearing aids wear them.

Your Hearing Aid is The Key to Youthfulness And Happiness

The following outcomes have been directly linked to wearing hearing aids:

  • Being 20% more likely to participate in social activities

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

Individuals with hearing loss who wear their hearing aids are more likely to remain active and social.

  • Being 30% less likely to suffer from depression

Research has revealed that individuals who have hearing loss who use hearing aids are less likely to report feelings of sadness and loneliness, which is connected with depression.

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

Less depression means increased happiness.

  • Being 24% less likely to suffer from mental decline

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

As cognitive decline worsens, the individuals who are coping with it are no longer capable of doing the things that make them feel youthful and happy.

If the simple act of using your hearing aid can lessen your chances of dementia and Alzheimer’s disease, shouldn’t you be wearing it?

  • Minimizing your risk of falling by 30%

The danger of falling and sustaining a severe injury becomes a serious concern as we get older. We’re not as balanced as we were in the past. A hospital stay and a few weeks of rehab could be the consequence if a bad fall results in a fracture.

That isn’t where you want to spend your time. Being in pain in the hospital isn’t fun at all.

You’re happier when you’re able to get around easily. You’re more confident in your movements and less likely to be startled.

Hearing aids will make a hospital stay less likely and will allow you to spend more time with friends and family.

  • Having 30% fewer arguments and misunderstandings

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

Untreated hearing loss puts a huge strain on your relationships with friends and family. It can result in resentment, anger, sadness, and other negative emotions. But wearing your hearing aid helps you hear better, which will create more positive interactions with your friends and family members. Helping you stay happy and youthful at any age.

Whatever you’ve lost, reclaim it

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

  • Nature sounds outdoors
  • Music
  • Discussions with family and friends without needing them to speak louder
  • The laughter of children
  • Social clubs and outings

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

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