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Making better hearing part of healthy living

The connection between hearing loss and your health

Untreated hearing loss can have repercussions on your overall health.

2 in 3 adults over the age of 60 experience some degree of hearing loss

2 in 3 adults over the age of 60 experience some degree of hearing loss.1

Difficult communication. Hearing loss can make it more difficult for people to follow conversations and interact with others.

Feeling tired. Understanding others requires constant concentration – which can be both exhausting and stressful.

Hesitant memory. Hearing loss can impact your ability to remember and learn new things.

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Managing your hearing loss is a step toward transforming your health

Taking care of your hearing is shown to have a positive impact on physical and cognitive functions, mental well-being, and social engagement – all of which contribute to the foundation of a healthy lifestyle at any age.2

  • More energy and health with Bernafon hearing aids

    More energy

    Taking part in conversations is less draining. This means more energy for family, friends, and the activities you feel passionate about.

  • More confidence and health with Bernafon hearing aids

    More confidence

    A better understanding of what goes on around you lets you participate with assurance and peace of mind.

  • More life enjoyment and health with Bernafon hearing aids

    More enjoyment

    Whether you’re hosting a get-together or relaxing with good music, better hearing lets you make the most of any moment.

Other tips for healthy living

1 World Health Organization (2021). World report on hearing. Who. int. report on hearing

2 Pichora-Fuller, M. K., Mick, P., & Reed, M. (2015). Hearing, Cognition, and Healthy Aging: Social and Public Health Implications of the Links between Age-Related Declines in Hearing and Cognition. Seminars in hearing, 36(3), 122–139.