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Hearing loss and dementia can go hand in hand

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According to the National Institute of Deafness and Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD), approximately one in four Americans between the ages of 65 and 74 have disabling hearing loss. Of those aged 70 years and older who could benefit from wearing hearing aids, only 30 percent have ever used them.

If hearing loss is interfering with your or a loved one’s daily life, you may be tempted to buy a hearing aid online to save money. But before you make a final decision, Amy Swain Hearing Centers wants to make sure you understand all your options and what the benefits are to buying a hearing aid at a private clinic. A private office such as Amy Swain Hearing Centers can help get you answers on your health insurance.

Better Hearing, Great Savings

If you want to save money on hearing aids, contact Amy Swain Hearing Centers online at www.amyswainhearingcenters.com, or call 800-804-3361 today.

With Minnesota locations in Austin, Owatonna, Waseca and Rochester, the center aims to enhance one's hearing and quality of life with professional audiology services.

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