Consequences of Hearing Loss
Most people simply associate hearing loss with having a harder time hearing certain sounds. However, the potential impact of hearing loss on a person’s life is far worse than that. Research has shown again and again that untreated hearing loss can have a serious negative impact on psychological, social and emotional well-being.
Untreated hearing loss has been linked to:
- Loneliness and Social Isolation
- Anxiety and Paranoia
- Increased risk of dementia
- Irritability, Stress and Anger
- Reduced Job Performance and Earning Potential
Just as importantly, studies have also shown that these negative consequences are reduced in people who wear hearing aids.
Hearing aid users have:
- Improved social lives
- Better relationships with family members
- Greater independence
- Improved physical health
- Reduced anxiety, emotional instability and depression
- Fewer incidences of confusion
- Increased earning potential
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