New Discovery Links Hearing Loss To Alzheimers, Dementia, Depression And More...

Date: August 23, 2020

By Martin Lewis

Why Does Hearing Loss Happen To Contribute To Alzheimer's?

Studies have proven that hearing loss causes damage to the brain raising the risk for dementia. Science shows that when the hearing section of the brain stops working it results in loss of tissue and major changes in the structure of the brain creating the first link between hearing loss and Alzheimers disease.

People who suffer from any form of hearing loss are more than two times likely to develop Alzheimer's


Of people who developed Alzheimer's due to hearing loss were above the age of


Nearly 50 Million people worldwide are diagnosed with Alzheimer's every single year.

Now thats a huge part of the population considering there are only 300 million people living in the united states today. To put it in to a better perspective thats nearly 50 million people who suffer from severe forgetfulness, loss of sense of direction, confusion, and difficulty with personal care. These are terrible symptoms that no human should ever suffer from.

You might be wondering if there's any way to prevent Alzheimer's if you suffer from hearing loss. 

The good news is yes, hearing aids can be of major help in preventing Alzheimers disease. The bad news is that the average retired person, and the average salary in America just isn't enough to justify hearing aids that cost from anywhere between $5,000 all the way up to $10,000. However if you stay tuned for the next part of this article i'm going to share some incredible news with you about a ground breaking company who is changing the hearing aid industry for the better.

A new hearing aid company called iEARPRO is emerging from Silicone Valley to forever change the hearing aid industry.

I've recently had the honor of sitting down with Jessica Feldman, the founder of iEARPRO to find out a little bit more about the backstory of her company. I jotted down her story to share with you guys. Here it is word for word.


"When my mother started to have hearing loss, her audiologist wanted to charge almost $5,000 for a pair of hearing aids, which she simply could not afford. That's when I knew something was wrong. I researched more to find that for years, hearing aids have cost on average more than $4,600 for a pair, even though it costs less than $100 to make them! That's why we made iEARPRO. To cut out the middlemen like audiologists, hearing centers, sales reps, and more, and to get the highest quality hearing aids straight from the factory to our customers - at the lowest price on the market."

Jessica O. Feldman


You heard it from her! It costs less than $100 to manufacture a quality hearing aid and she's here to cut out the middle man. At the time of this article iEARPRO is running a buy one get one free deal on her best selling hearing aid the RV1 MINI! CLICK HERE  TO GET THEM