Reduce the Risk of Cognitive Decline

Reduce the Risk of Cognitive Decline

Multiple studies have been conducted on the relationship between hearing loss with cognitive decline and dementia. For those of you who think that your hearing loss is not that bad and not even sure if you have a loss, Dr. Frank Lin, MD, PhD has shown through his study at Johns Hopkins that even a mild loss leaves you at two times greater risk of developing dementia. If your loss is severe, your risk goes up to five times greater. So don't delay. Visit us for an assessment of your hearing and make it part of your overall annual wellness activities. When you come for your appointment, plan to bring a loved one with you so we can assess how well you hear them. Overall, you spend more time with them than anyone, and your hearing loss affects them too.

If you or a loved one is at risk of cognitive decline or dementia, call us today for a complimentary hearing assessment. Visit one of our clinics in Boise, Meridian or Nampa. Give us a call today at 208-519-4552.

How to Know if You May Be Experiencing Hearing Loss

  • You have difficulty understanding words, especially with background noise.
  • Your loved ones tell you often that the TV is too loud.
  • You commonly ask people to repeat.
  • You experience ringing in your ears.


Whether you suffer from mild, moderate or severe hearing loss, your cognitive abilities are likely to be adversely affected.

There is hope, however! According to a recent evidence from Columbia University, today's leading treatment options for restoring hearing can help to slow down or prevent the development of dementia. Our Treasure Valley hearing clinics in Boise, Meridian and Nampa work to combat dementia by staying at the forefront of modern hearing technology. NeuroTechnology™ is the most advanced engine for hearing aids that will restore your hearing in the most natural way.

To learn more about the risks hearing loss can create to your cognitive health, download this complimentary white paper. Don't struggle unnecessarily to hear your friends and family. Call for a complimentary assessment in one of our clinics in the Treasure Valley in either Boise, Meridian or Nampa. 208-519-4552.

Jacquie Elcox and Lindsay Meloy of the Alzheimer's Association, Greater Idaho Chapter, spoke on hearing loss and dementia on the Senior Matters radio show.

If you or a loved one is at risk of cognitive decline or dementia, call us today for a complimentary hearing assessment. Visit one of our clinics in Boise, Meridian or Nampa. Give us a call today at 208-519-4552.