Healthy Aging With Beltone

Beltone is committed to helping our patients live their best lives. Hearing health plays a big part in our overall wellbeing—particularly as we age—which is why we offer free hearing assessments and continue to innovate new hearing aids and hearing accessories that help you hear your best wherever life takes you.

Schedule a free appointment today and begin your journey to better hearing.

Study Suggests Hearing Aids May Cut Your Risk of Developing Dementia in Half

Dementia affects people across the globe, and hearing loss is known to be one of the biggest risk factors for developing debilitating disease. A recent study published in The Lancet found that hearing aids could cut the risk of developing dementia in half for people facing a greater threat of cognitive decline.

The Symphony of Life: Navigating the Golden Years with a Comprehensive Approach to Healthy Aging

Welcome to the grand crescendo of life, where every moment is an opportunity to appreciate the beautiful symphony that is aging. This journey is not just about the inevitable physical changes, such as shifts in strength, mobility, or sensory perceptions like hearing. Instead, it's a vibrant tapestry of transformation that interweaves threads of mental, physical, social and spiritual health.

Aging With Beltone Articles

Keep Your Beat: Healthy Heart, Healthy Hearing

Did you know that there’s a connection between heart health and hearing health? Maintaining a healthy heart can help prevent hearing loss and improve overall well-being.

Sweet Harmony: Managing Diabetes and Hearing Health

Diabetes and hearing loss are two conditions that can significantly impact a person's quality of life. They often occur together, with diabetes exacerbating hearing difficulties.

Breathe Easy: Sleep Apnea and Its Link to Hearing Health

Sleep apnea is characterized by pauses in breathing during sleep, which can lead to a range of health complications including an impact on hearing health.

Listen Up: The Importance of Regular Hearing Checkups

As we age, our hearing can deteriorate, leading to hearing loss. Regular hearing checkups are essential to maintaining good hearing health and preventing hearing loss.

The Gift of Hearing: Promoting Cognitive Health and Well-Being

For those with hearing loss, losing this gift can become a burden, leading to social isolation, depression and cognitive decline.

Health in Silence: Mental Wellness With Hearing Loss

By understanding the impact of untreated hearing loss on mental health and exploring strategies to promote mental wellness, it is possible to maintain a positive lifestyle.

The Sound of Silence: Understanding Tinnitus and Healthy Aging

Tinnitus is characterized by a ringing, buzzing or hissing sound in the ears, which can be constant or intermittent. It is often associated with hearing loss and aging.

Empower the Caregiver: A Guide to Healthy Aging

As people age, they often rely on loved ones for support. Caregivers play a crucial role in ensuring the health and well-being of their aging loved ones.

Exercising the Mind: Cognitive Workouts for Healthy Aging and Improved Hearing Health

As people age, it is important to maintain cognitive health to support healthy aging and optimize hearing health. Cognitive exercises are a great way to achieve this goal.

Keeping Connected: Navigating Aging and Hearing Loss Through Communication

Hearing loss is a common condition that affects millions of people worldwide. It can have a significant impact on communication, which can lead to social isolation and reduced quality of life.

Aging Gracefully: Managing Anxiety and Hearing Health

Anxiety and hearing loss are two conditions that can significantly impact a person's quality of life, particularly as they age. Unfortunately, they often occur together, with hearing loss exacerbating feelings of anxiety.

The Caregiver's Role in Healthy Aging: Enhancing Communication With Loved Ones With Hearing Loss

Hearing loss can impact interpersonal relationships and quality of life as we age. As a caregiver, your role in promoting healthy aging and managing hearing loss is crucial. 

Can Hearing Aids Help You Stay Independent Longer?

As we age, it’s natural to experience changes in our hearing. By using hearing aids, it’s possible to stay independent longer and maintain a positive and active lifestyle.

Sound Connections: The Role of Hearing Health in Emotional Well-Being

Hearing loss can be a challenging experience, particularly as we age. It can lead to feelings of isolation, frustration and even depression.

Silver Linings: Coping With Depression and Hearing Loss

Depression and hearing loss are two conditions that can significantly impact a person's quality of life. They often occur together, particularly in older adults.

Online Hearing Assessment

Visit any Beltone Hearing Care Center to discover just how simple it is to improve your hearing.

You can also take our online hearing assessment to get a head start on your free appointment—we’ll forward your results to your local Beltone office. The results will help your hearing care professional begin the process of determining your level of hearing loss and which hearing aids are right for you.

Impacts of Hearing Loss

Untreated hearing loss has been linked to dementia, depression, falls and other serious health conditions. It can also leave people feeling isolated and make it difficult to participate in once-loved activities. Addressing hearing loss is an important part of maintaining good health.

Understanding Hearing Loss

Hearing loss—or hearing impairment—is a reduction in your ability to hear. It can happen gradually or relatively quickly. At Beltone, we want to help you understand hearing loss and find the right solution.

Types & Causes of Hearing Loss

Hearing impairment or hearing loss is a perceived reduction in your ability to hear. Your sense of hearing involves several parts of your body working together, and an issue at any point in the process can lead to a problem. Keep reading to learn more about the three types of hearing loss and the common causes.