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Older man in kayak in the harbour raising his paddle in the air in youthful excitement because he treated his hearing loss and feels youthful.

There are lots of ways to feel more youthful. However, one method of staying young that isn’t always talked about is to protect your hearing.

For years, improving and extending your life has been connected to a good diet and exercise. These practices also help you manage your weight and help prevent cancer and heart disease. But remaining healthy and youthful also relies on good hearing.

Hearing maintenance advantages often ignored

Take a look at all of the ways that healthy hearing boosts confidence, gives you a better sex life, and helps you remain young.

1. Connecting in a more healthy way

Individuals with hearing loss tend to become estranged from society. They allow their impairment to isolate them from people and information. If you’re having a difficult time hearing, how will you hear what your pickleball partner is saying? You may not even detect the problem until you’re already isolated from friends and family members. Better hearing brings about more confidence.

2. Improved learning ability

Many people go back to school to stimulate their minds. If you’re in school, you will learn more and will have more fun if you can hear clearly. You won’t have to sit up front and constantly ask your teacher to repeat themselves. You’ll understand directions more readily and have better social connection with other students.

3. Better sex

Senior citizens who have no hearing loss or wear hearing aids have a more fulfilling social life. Thanks to that, they’re able to preserve better overall health and more independence. All of these things lead to a surprisingly better sex life.

4. Improved blood flow

Improved hearing is one of many reasons why exercise is helpful. Increased blood flow helps feed the ears with nutrients that preserve your hearing.

5. Less risk of a fall

Hearing loss also reduces spatial awareness and potentially causes worse balance. Seniors are three times more likely to have a fall with a hearing loss of just 25 decibels than seniors with healthy hearing.

6. Better reaction time

Our senses activate our instincts including reaction time to alerts or danger. With better hearing, you’ll respond to fire alarms, sirens, and other alerts more rapidly resulting in better safety for yourself and others around you.

7. Fewer hospital stays

Loss of hearing increases a senior’s risk of accidents, falls, and depression as well as inactivity. Seniors frequently end up in the hospital as a direct or indirect result of depression or accidents.

8. Increased confidence

Difficulty communicating causes insecurity and lack of confidence. It’s not unusual for somebody with this kind of confidence issues to stay away from social gatherings and to seclude themselves. This behavior further isolates the person which causes a continuing cycle.

9. Better job satisfaction

It makes sense that someone who doesn’t have hearing loss performs better on the job. You may miss important information, safety measures, or instructions. And you’re regularly missing information from your teammates during zoom calls. Participation is key to good job performance and assessments.

10. Decreased onset of dementia

Due to a loss of social contact and general stimulation, hearing loss has been connected to cognitive decline. Dementia is caused in part by shrinkage of the brain which takes place as people get older. A greater risk of dementia derives from an increased shrinkage of the brain.

Enjoy a better quality of life

You will feel more confident when you’re able to communicate with your friends and family members and that will enable you to go out and enjoy your favorite activities. If you want to feel youthful, it’s best to manage your hearing loss and safeguard your hearing. We can help, contact us.

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The site information is for educational and informational purposes only and does not constitute medical advice. To receive personalized advice or treatment, schedule an appointment.
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