HEARING AND COGNITIVE HEALTH
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Social isolation is one of the first negative impacts of hearing loss. Since all our social relationships are based primarily on oral communication, an emerging hearing problem will inevitably make communication difficult, which encourages gradual social withdrawal. Meet with an audioprosthetist as soon as you notice signs of hearing loss.
Keeping our minds active helps delay the appearance and progression of cognitive issues. When we maintain good hearing health, our brain continues to receive all kinds of stimuli and that keep our mind in good shape.
When we take steps to make sure we’re hearing well, we’re giving ourselves the chance to stay independent as long as possible. Communicating well, understanding what our doctor or pharmacist tells us, and hearing sounds that signal danger or an emergency is essential to independent living.
Hearing loss, even partial or gradual, is never insignificant. Even if it isn’t tied to a serious illness, it can have significant repercussions on your quality of life and level of autonomy.
Hearing well changes everything!
Do you have doubts about your hearing? Make an appointment with a hearing care professional.
To learn more about the SIGNS OF HEARING LOSS :
We invite you to watch this short video from our Youtube channel « Audition en Bref » : https://youtu.be/FHHSk5ggKM4
Enjoy your viewing!
Groupe Forget, Audioprosthetists
The largest network of audioprosthesists in Quebec