According to the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, adults should be screened for hearing loss at least every 10 years through age 50 and at three-year intervals, thereafter. Your hearing changes over time, with hearing loss increasing with age. It’s good to stay on top of things. Hearing loss isn’t usually as obvious as vision and other physical changes, but it is as equally as important to the quality of life. Remember, hearing loss is linked to social isolation, dementia, falls, and more. Keep tabs on your body as it ages for optimal health.
For more information on hearing loss, please contact your hearing instrument specialist at Pure Sound Hearing Aids.