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So you’ve decided to live with untreated hearing loss because “it’s not a big deal” and you are fine, right? Wrong. There are no two ways about it. Living with untreated hearing loss can only cause you greater health decline and also decline in your quality of life. Living with an untreated hearing loss will likely cause you to suffer from a series of negative impacts, reducing your overall quality of life even more. 


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Most people have utilized their hearing for so long it has become second nature and not something many of us focus on daily. Especially today, many of us do pay attention to our health by getting annual physicals, trying to stay active and working on eating a healthy diet. Through all these efforts, hearing health and hearing loss tends to fall to the side of our overall attention to health.

Of course, back in the old days, many of us will remember raising our hands for the beep, wearing headphones getting our hearing tested as children. We may even remember brief hearing health screenings at annual physicals as we aged. But all too often, as we reach adulthood, many of us think we hear “just fine”, which can be so misleading.


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Just like so many things in our society today, not everything is as it appears. Falling in line with this thinking, hearing loss too is not only about hearing. No, it’s not a riddle or a deep thought joke. The fact of the matter is, hearing loss impacts a person in more ways than you can imagine. Hearing loss is not only about turning up the volume on the TV, or asking people around you to repeat conversations. Today, hearing loss research is showing us that hearing loss is connected to our overall health and well-being in many ways you may not have considered.


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