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Hearing loss

One of the most common – and most treatable – health issues in the world.

  • 1 in 6 Baby Boomers struggle with hearing loss
  • The 3rd most common condition in older Americans is hearing loss
  • 50% of adults 75 and older have hearing impairments
  • Men are more likely to experience hearing loss
  • 16% of teens ages 12-19 have reported hearing loss due to loud noise
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You’re not alone

48 million Americans experience hearing loss severe enough to hinder communication.

You won’t stand out

Hearing aids don't make you look old. Not hearing makes you look old.

Hearing health & wellness

Your overall health and well-being can be directly linked to hearing health.

1 in 6 Americans experience hearing loss - 80% do nothing about it.
Untreated hearing loss has been linked to dementia and other cognitive disorders.
Hearing impairment is more common in men.
Those with untreated hearing loss experience a 30-40% greater decline in thinking abilities compared to those without hearing loss.

Human Resources 7 Main Goals

How does hearing health affect the achievement of these goals? In a study in 2015 by entitled “Hearing of America”, the Center for Disease Control” (CDC), reveals hearing loss reduces employee work performance by as much as 50%. What if you could address this health impairment with an affordable, convenient, and dependable VHS hearing aid following a free, private online screening?

  • Hearing Loss is the most commonly reported workplace injury

    Hearing loss affects approximately 360 million people worldwide. It can be caused by a variety of factors, ranging from a perforated eardrum or a malformation in the ear to allergies or an ear infection

  • What employers can do to help prevent hearing impairments in the workplace

    Mark Cullen from Stanford University advocates for increased education and awareness for employers. Many employers simply provide hearing protection gear, which is often taken off by employees when they are unsupervised. Cullen also cites solutions such as building noise barriers. While some companies may consider training or barrier construction to be costly, approximately $242 million is spent annually on worker’s compensation claims related to hearing loss. Just as with other safety equipment, employer support for hearing health devices should cost much less than a occupation injury.

  • Noise-induced hearing loss and who may be affected by it

    One of the most common causes of hearing loss is exposure to loud noise, also known as noise-induced hearing loss (NIHL). This kind of hearing loss can be caused by either one loud, intense burst of noise or frequent exposure to loud sound over a long period of time. People of all ages are affected with NIHL, particularly now with a combination of continuous earbud use and loud music.

  • Noise-induced hearing loss in the workplace

    A recent article published by USA Today used statistics from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention to conclude that hearing loss is actually the most common injury that occurs in the workplace. 22 million Americans a year are exposed to hazardous levels of occupational noise. The industries most negatively affected in this regard are mining, construction and manufacturing.

  • The efforts to better alert workers to hazardous noise levels and prevent hearing loss

    Earlier this summer, the Department of Labor launched a campaign called “Hear and Now”, which challenges the public to submit innovative technology and ideas to target workers and alert them to hazardous workplace noise levels. But some critics question whether current regulations are sufficient. Due to these concerns, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is planning to issue a request for information later this year, which will focus on construction sites. This request is aimed at working out whether higher standards are required and whether companies are adequately complying with the current requirements.

  • Increased awareness is key – especially in medium-level noisy workplace environments

    A study conducted by Mark Cullen of Stanford University, cited in the USA Today, found that people who most often suffer from workplace noise-induced hearing loss are actually those working in moderately noisy jobs as compared with jobs in high-noise environments.

    In high-noise environments, people are aware of the risks to their hearing, so they usually wear hearing protection gear. In positions that involve moderate-noise, people are less likely to be aware of the risks posed by continuous exposure to noise and so do not take similar precautions. Another Cullen study showed that if workers are made aware of the risks, they can be relied upon to voluntarily monitor their noise exposures on a daily basis.

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Hearing loss isn't something to ignore. It can have serious long term effects on your health and well-being. Early treatment can make a difference.

Use it or lose it

Over time, reduced stimulation to your ears and brain can actually impair the brain's ability to process sound and recognize speech.

The sooner the better

When you can't hear what's going on around you, your mental sharpness and communication skills suffer. The earlier you start using hearing aids, the quicker you'll notice benefits.

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