Better HEARING = Better BRAIN HEALTH
Research scientists have always known that well-performing hearing aids improve anyone’s quality of life. However, Johns Hopkins Medical School scientists have recently proven that hearing aids are even more important than that, and they can help prevent many severe health issues that no one wants in their life ever.
While you might think all hearing aids work the same and impact your quality of life and brain health, researchers now know you must have them fine-tuned to your unique hearing needs. They must be adjusted and programmed to ensure you are not only “hearing” but “understanding” others most clearly and comfortably possible.
Wherever you get your hearing aids and whatever brand you choose to use, be sure that they are programmed and adjusted using a procedure called Real Ear Measurement. The American Academy of Audiology and American Speech-Language-Hearing Association each endorse their use and include them in the Best Practices of Audiological Care.