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New Research Links Hearing Loss To Alzheimer's And Dementia

Over 5.6 million Americans over age 65 currently have Alzheimer's disease!

Over 5 million Americans have Dementia! 

The link between hearing aids and dementia might sound odd at first but when you discover that hearing loss can cause dementia and hearing aid can help, it does not seem so strange.

Individuals with moderate to severe hearing loss are up to 5 times as likely to develop dementia! 

Over the past few years, researchers at John Hopkins, have done studies looking at how hearing loss is linked to dementia.

In each case, they met with a number of seniors over several years and tracked which ones developed Alzheimer’s and how quickly the disease progressed. In each study, the people with hearing loss had higher rates of dementia.

"In one study, people with hearing loss were 24% more likely to have Alzheimer’s. In another, they found that the worse the hearing loss was, the more likely the person was to develop dementia."

Alzheimer's and Hearing Loss: what’s the connection?

Alzheimer's and Hearing Loss what’s the connection
Credit: The New York Times

Studies suggest that hearing loss causes brain changes that raise the risk for dementia. 

Brain shrinkage — When the “hearing” section of the brain grows inactive, it results in tissue loss and changes in brain structure—creating the first link between Alzheimer's and hearing loss.

Studies show that the brains of people with hearing loss shrink or atrophy more quickly than the brains of people with normal hearing.

When it’s difficult to hear, the brain must work overtime just to understand what people are saying.

Straining to hear all day, every day, depletes a person’s mental energy and steals brain power needed for other crucial functions like remembering, thinking, and acting.

This can further set the stage for Alzheimer’s, dementia and other cognitive disorders. 

Hearing Loss and Social Isolation

The third link between hearing loss and Alzheimer’s is social isolation. A study by The National Council on the Aging (NCOA) of 2,300 hearing impaired adults found that people with untreated hearing loss are more likely to experience loneliness, worry, depression, anxiety, and paranoia—and are less likely to join organized and casual social activities.

When a person withdraws from life, their risk for dementia intensifies. 

In short, the less we stimulate our brains by interacting with other people, places, and things—and the less we use our brains to hear and listen—the more quickly our brains decline, putting us at greater risk for dementia.

Hearing aids and Dementia: Can It Help With This Chronic Disorder?


Hearing Aid to prevent dementia


Numerous studies show that hearing aids not only improve a person’s hearing—they also help preserve a person’s independence, mental abilities, emotional and physical health, and work, home, and social lives. A full, happy life keeps your brain active.

Early identification and treatment of a potential hearing loss helps minimize risks later in life. 

Hearing aids can help those who have Alzheimer’s

If a loved one is showing signs of dementia, help them get hearing aids sooner than later. Sometimes, undiagnosed hearing loss symptoms are thought to be Alzheimer’s symptoms when they’re really not.

Hearing aids may help relieve Alzheimer’s symptoms, and several styles are easy for a person with cognitive impairment to use. 

An American Journal of Epidemiology study found that hearing aids slowed the rate of memory decline and improved the quality of life for Alzheimer’s patients with hearing loss.

You're probably thinking "but I though hearing aids cost $5,000". And you're right. Most traditional hearing aids DO cost $5,000 per pair, but not Nano's new breakthrough hearing technology. 

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Finally You Don't Need To Spend $5,000 On Expensive Traditional Hearing Aids Anymore!

✅ Are you tired of expensive $5,000 traditional hearing aids that aren't covered by insurance? 

✅ Are you tired of not being able to hear conversations clearly and asking people to repeat themselves?

✅ Are you ready to take control of your life, boost your confidence and impress your family for 90% less than what audiologists want to charge you for hearing aids?  

If you answered yes to the questions above, then welcome to the Nano family!

We created Nano in an effort to provide hard working Americans like you affordable hearing aids for less than the price of a new TV. Why?

During Christmas, our founder's grandma was missing out on wonderful family memories because she simply couldn't afford expensive traditional hearing aids!

After doing online research, our founder discovered that for a traditional $5000 pair of hearing aids, approximately 2/3 of the cost goes straight to covering an audiologist's time and services, not the technology! (The American Journal of Medicine). 

Thus, Nano was created with the mission to help 1 million Americans get affordable hearing aids so they can enjoy living life to the fullest! We teamed up with the best designers and engineers in the industry and the rest is history in the making.

It's time for you to join the hearing revolution and support American jobs! 

Nano's New Breakthrough Technology Is Sweeping America! 

The All-New Rechargeable Nano RX2000 Is Going Absolutely Viral And Is Now one of the Best-Selling Affordable Hearing Aids Online! Why?

Here's just a short list of incredible benefits:

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The RX2000 rechargeable hearing aids are charged with a simple Micro-USB cord. Charging your hearing aids for just 2 hours gives you approximately 16 hours of battery life, making it easy for you to always be prepared. But it gets better! 

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With today’s special price of $397 for the entire pair (both aids), you can claim your complete pair of nearly invisible hearing aids and enjoy experiencing one of the most powerful and effective devices you can get at this limited-time price!

Your order comes with everything you need to easily operate the hearing aids yourself even if you're not "tech savvy"

  • 4+ Earbud Sizes To Fit Your Ear Canal Size Properly
  • Extra Ear Tubes
  • Directions Manual
  • Cleaning Supplies
  • Carrying Case
  • USB Charging Plug + Chord

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Frequently Asked Questions:

Q: Can hearing aids help with memory loss?
Ans: According to a new study in the Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, people who used hearing aids after diagnosis with hearing loss had lower rates of dementia. Hearing aids escalate brain functionality & improve memory in older adults. So eventually yes; hearing aids help with certain memory loss problems.

Q: How does the brain compensate for hearing loss?
Ans: When the hearing is damaged, that particular section of the brain grows inactive which results in tissue loss, ultimately deforms the brain structure & creating the first link between Alzheimer's and hearing loss.

Q: How does hearing loss affect relationships?
Ans: Research found that individuals with hearing impairment often feel frustrated, distressed, and even embarrassed which results in social isolation causing a lack of social bonding and skills. This affects their relationships in general.


Nano Hearing Aids avoid using tertiary references, they draw only from peer-reviewed academic research, medical journals, and studies.

The survey by Alheimer's Association

Katherine Griffin, Katherine Bouton, AARP

Lin FR . Hearing loss and cognition among older adults in the United States. J Gerontol A Biol Sci Med Sci. 2011;6610:1131–1136.

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