Details for BELTONE HEARING AIDS - Ad from 2019-11-18

Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia ARE YOU AT RISK? AARP bulletin According to a new study by Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and the National Institute on Aging, men and women with hearing loss are much more likely to develop dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. People with severe hearing loss, the study reports, were 5 times more likely to develop dementia than those with normal hearing. Have you noticed a change in your ability to remember? “The more hearing loss you have, the greater the likelihood of developing dimentia and Alzheimer’s disease. Hearing aids could delay or prevent dementia by improving the patients’ hearing.” -Hopkins Report Don’t ignore the WARNING SIGNS: ❏ You hear loud enough, but can’t understand conversation! ❏ You can’t understand conversation in a noisy environment! ❏ ❏ You overuse the word, “what”! ❏ You turn the television too loud for others! According to the Hopkins University study: “Hearing loss left untreated can lead to at least two other serious problems... ...loneliness and isolation which leads to depression.” Now is a good time for you... ...to Hear what you’ve been missing! FREE PUBLIC SERVICE 5-Days Only All of the tests are FREE! Free Free Free Your hearing will be electronically tested and you will be shown how your hearing compares to normal hearing. Your ears will be examined with a video otoscope to determine if your hearing problem is just impacted ear wax. You may try the latest hearing technology so you can hear for yourself how your hearing may be improved. Don’t Wait! Call and make your appointment now! Tuesday November 19th Wednesday November 20th Thursday November 21st Friday November 22nd Monday November 25th Refreshments will be served! Offer Extended Due To Incredible Response! Carlisle Office 850 Walnut Bottom Rd. (717) 610-6906 Shippensburg Office 34 W King St, Ste 4 (717) 722-0135 Hearing Aid Centers

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