If you’re like most people, you’re used to thinking of hearing as something that happens in your ears. What people often don’t think about is what happens between their ears, in the hearing part of their brain. That’s where sound becomes information that has meaning. Your brain has to work hard to make this happen.
When the sound signals from your ears are compromised, your brain has to work even harder to fill in the gaps. This extra effort can take its toll. In fact, studies have shown that, over time, hearing loss can lead to isolation and depression.
That’s why it makes sense to take care of your hearing health the same way you care about the rest of your health: There’s a lot more riding on it than just your hearing.
Hearing affects everything b etween your ears.
What happens when you have a hearing challenge? The natural relationship between your ears and brain is disrupted.
It takes more effort to follow what is being said.
You feel more tired at the end of the day.
Hearing Care is Health Care.
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