Using hearing aids can effectively slow down cognitive decline

A 25-year study in France showed that the cognitive ability of elderly patients with hearing loss will accelerate the decline.Studies also show that the use of hearing aids can effectively slow down cognitive decline.Relevant literature proves that elderly people with hearing loss are usually accompanied by cognitive decline.However, among the tested elderly patients with hearing loss, there is no significant difference between the cognitive ability of hearing aid users and those with normal hearing.Contribute to the improvement of listening comprehension. Research has not confirmed that hearing loss is directly causally related to cognitive decline.However, the impact of hearing loss on people’s psychological and social aspects may be related to cognitive decline.Therefore, the use of hearing aids or artificial electronic ears to improve listening comprehension can reduce the negative impact of hearing loss on people’s psychology and social life; improve social skills,So as to slow down cognitive decline.The researchers mentioned: “The use of hearing aids can at least explain the recovery of some social skills, such as regulating emotions, increasing social interaction, and improving cognitive initiative, which can slow down cognitive decline.

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