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5 reasons you should get your hearing checked

It is recommended that everyone over the age of 50 have their hearing checked annually. Whether you feel you have hearing loss or not, a baseline test will be useful should you develop hearing loss at a later time.


Rule out serious medical issues. Hearing loss can be an early sign of cardiovascular problems, diabetes or dementia.


Reduce the risk of brain shrinkage and memory problems. Hearing loss is associated with accelerated brain atrophy, especially in the area of the brain used for short-term memory.6


Improve your quality of life. Undiagnosed or untreated hearing loss can lead to decreased social activity, interaction and depression. Treating hearing loss can truly transform your life.


Reduce stress and fatigue. Concentrating and straining to hear can be exhausting for someone with hearing loss. Your brain is working overtime to try and distinguish the words being said. And if your brain gets it wrong, stress and anxiety set in.7


To enhance the lives of your family and friends. Communication is a two-way street. Your hearing loss may affect your loved ones as much as it affects you.

Having your hearing tested will help someone in need get free hearing aids.

Campaign for Better Hearing's 'Have Hearing Tested' Winners

HearingLife contributes $5 (up to $100,000) for every hearing test completed toward providing those less fortunate with the gift of hearing.
To date, we have provided hearing aids to 200 people.




Did you know?

Did you know?


466 million people worldwide suffer from hearing loss (1)


1 in 5 adults lives with hearing loss. (2)


15% of U.S. adults have experienced tinnitus

Dementia Risk increases up to 5 times with severe untreated hearing impairment (4)


Too many people wait 7 to 10 years before treating hearing loss (5)


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1 https://www.who.int/health-topics/hearing-loss#tab=tab_2. Accessed December 14, 2021
2 https://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/news/media/releases/one_in_five_americans_has_hearing_loss 2011 Accessed December 14, 2021
3 American Tinnitus Association
4 Lin FR, Metter EJ, O’Brien RJ, et al. Hearing loss and incident dementia. Arch Neurol. 2011 Feb;68(2):214-20. doi:10.1001/archneurol.2010.362.
5 www.asha.org/Articles/Untreated-Hearing-Loss-in-Adults/. Accessed September 16, 2019.
6 https://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/news/media/releases/hearing_loss_linked_to_accelerated_brain_tissue_loss_ Accessed December 14, 2021
7 https://www.healthyhearing.com/report/52807-Hearing-loss-and-listening-fatigue Accessed December 14, 2021