Esther Fogel

By Esther Fogel

It may seem unlikely, but your heart and your hearing are connected! Increasingly, studies have shown that people with compromised cardiovascular health are at increased risk for impaired hearing and even decline of cognitive function, underscoring the need for broad-scale health and wellness management. Because both your hearing and your heart rely on healthy blood vessels, individuals with poor circulation, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, or high blood pressure should be particularly vigilant about checking their hearing and sharing this information with their audiologist.

Nearly 70 percent of adults with diabetes over the age of 40 have some level of hearing loss, which can be well-managed when diagnosed and treated early. Optimal heart and hearing health can be maintained with regular exercise, a balanced diet, proper sleep, good hygiene, and no smoking. At Comprehensive Audiology, we thoroughly review your cardiovascular history and are committed to helping you achieve your best self — heart and hearing included.

Comprehensive Audiology is located at 261 Broadway in Lynbrook. Appointments can be made by calling 516-387-4000 or emailing info@comprehensiveaudiology.com. Follow CA on Facebook, LinkedIn, Google, or Instagram @comprehensive_audiology, or visit ComprehensiveAudiology.com.

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