Hearing Loss and the Link to Dementia

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Did you know hearing loss affects over 750 million adults worldwide? In fact, adults with hearing loss are significantly more likely than adults with normal hearing to develop dementia. Below are three ways hearing loss can lead to dementia:

  • Hearing loss leads to social isolation, which is a known factor for dementia
  • Hearing loss shifts the cognitive load – the brain steals energy needed for memory and thinking to compensate for hearing loss
  • Hearing loss is proven to accelerate brain atrophy or shrinkage

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