It’s not “just” about hearing better
Overwhelming clinical evidence shows the importance of hearing in the context of maintaining cognitive health. Even a mild hearing loss of as little as 25dB already impacts cognitive functions.
Cognitive health is in your hands (ears)
Hearing and cognitive functions depend on input from your senses to develop and to maintain. As we age and our sensory organs deteriorate less and less input is provided, resulting in a chain reaction of cognitive and social deprivations. These effects, if not stopped and reversed will lead to progressively more hearing and cognitive problems.
More hearing is one of the things (besides exercise and learning new skills) which is easily done with the help of a objectively chosen hearing aid technology, auditory field expansion and auditory training. All of which will make your hear more, better and easier and by extension provide the much needed input into your cognitive system to not only help avoiding cognitive decline but also can reverse it.