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Better Hearing Begins With Your Brain

We will be hosting healthy hearing workshops across our multiple locations.

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The Livio AI ecosystem is unlike any available to hearing aid wearers and works seamlessly to help patients proactively manage their wellness, enhance their listening experience and share important health data with their hearing care professionals.

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Memory & Hearing Loss

  • Adults with hearing loss are more likely to develop problems thinking and remembering than adults whose hearing is normal. Degraded hearing may force the brain to devote too much of its energy to processing sound.
  • Adults with hearing develop a significant impairment in their cognitive abilities, 3.2 years sooner than those with normal hearing.
  • Those with hearing loss experience a 30 to 40 percent greater decline in thinking abilities compared to their counterparts without hearing loss.

Dementia & Hearing Loss

  • Seniors with hearing loss are significantly more likely to develop dementia over time than those who retain their hearing.
  • Mild hearing loss - 2 times more likely to develop dementia.
  • Moderate hearing loss - 3 times more likely to develop dementia.
  • Sever hearing loss - 5 times more likely to develop dementia.

Mental Health & Hearing Loss

  • Hearing loss results in social isolation. Adults with untreated hearing loss tend to withdraw from engaging with family and friends.
  • Adults, 50 and older with untreated hearing loss, are more likely to report depression, anxiety, anger and frustration, emotional instability and paranoia, and are less likely to participate in social activities than those who wear hearing aids.
  • The degree of depression and other emotional or mental health issues also increases with the severity of hearing loss.

Falling & Hearing Loss

  • People with mild hearing loss (25 decibels) are 3 times more likely to have a history of falling. Every additional 10 decibels of hearing loss increases the chances of falling by 1.4. This finding still held true, even when researchers accounted for other factors linked to falling, including, age, sex, race, cardiovascular disease and vestibular function.
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Fri 26

Healthy Hearing Workshop

April 26 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Wed 24

Healthy Hearing Workshop

April 24 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Thu 25

Healthy Hearing Workshop

April 25 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

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Dates for upcoming workshops: Dawsonville May 6th & 7th, Johns Creek May 21st & 22nd, Lawrenceville May 23rd & 24th