People that use hearing aids are more likely to be optimistic and feel engaged with life.
Every several years, the non-profit Better Hearing Institute surveys and collects detailed information on thousands of people with hearing loss, both with and without hearing aids. The published results are always fascinating, and provide valuable insight into the who, what, how and why of treating hearing loss and wearing hearing aids.
Combined, the data also acts as de facto hearing aid reviews by measuring answers to questions about hearing aid features, attributes, effectiveness and satisfaction.
The survey highlights many benefits of buying hearing aids
Results from the survey prove that treating hearing loss results in numerous positive benefits for those with hearing difficulty. Many of these benefits were compiled in an article on the Institute’s website, titled“How can treating hearing loss help me stay youthful and active?” In it, they share that, “people with hearing loss who use hearing aids are more likely to be optimistic and feel engaged in life.”
That doesn’t surprise Starkey, as the hearing professionals who fit our hearing aids report the same thing.
Find out for yourself by scheduling an appointment with Chicagoland Hearing Aid Centers today!
Read the Better Hearing Institute’s article here.