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Health & Wellness
Hearing loss isn’t a harmless condition to be ignored. It often coexists with other serious health problems, like heart disease, diabetes, kidney disease, Alzheimer’s disease, and depression. And a growing body of research indicates there may be a link.
Ignoring hearing loss is easier when you’re alone. You can turn up the volume on the TV or radio, and you don’t have to ask anyone to repeat what they just said. But how do you cope with hearing loss when you’re in a social or business setting?
Hearing loss can affect all age groups, but one age group in particular is more susceptible. If you suspect you might be suffering from age-related hearing loss, you’re not alone. Age-related hearing loss (presbyacusis) affects people over the age of 60.