Making a positive difference in the lives of those with hearing impairment
Washington, DC, November 17, 2014 — Addressing hearing loss isn’t just about what you hear — it’s about how you feel and function, says the Better Hearing Institute (BHI), which is encouraging people of all ages to get their hearing tested this holiday season. Studies show that when people address hearing loss, it can have a positive effect on their home life, self-confidence, relationships, mood, overall health, job performance, and even income. It safeguards quality of life by helping people maintain an active, healthy lifestyle and stay socially and cognitively engaged. Read more..
Washington, DC, October 31, 2014—Hearing health should be included in good diabetes management, says the Better Hearing Institute (BHI), and has issued five habits for healthier hearing for people with diabetes. Studies show that people with diabetes are about twice as likely to develop hearing loss. Yet hearing tests are frequently overlooked in routine diabetes care. In fact, some experts believe that hearing loss may be an under-recognized complication of diabetes. (http://ow.ly/DuVyB) Read more..
Listen up, boomers: Do you want to stay active? Vibrant? Socially engaged? Professionally successful? Most of us do.
So maybe it’s time to do something about your hearing.
Chances are, if you’re like many baby boomers, you’ve rocked your way through your fair share of concerts, night clubs, and ear-blasting parties. And you’ve enjoyed years of other noisy recreational activities to boot. Simply: You’ve been enjoying life. You’ve spent decades doing it. And it’s been loud. Read more..