How good is your hearing?
Do you have trouble understanding conversations in noisy surroundings such as crowded restaurants or busy town centres?
Many people are affected by hearing loss and the problems it causes in everyday life.
In Addition to the everyday problems hearing loss may cause, it can also increase the risk of dementia, as several studies have shown.1,2,3
Test your hearing anonymously and free of charge in just three minutes. The test measures your unaided hearing threshold, i.e. your hearing without use of a hearing aid and has been validated as a screening test suitable for use in subjects with normal hearing and hearing impairment.4
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1. Ford, A.H., et al., Hearing loss and the risk of dementia in later life. Maturitas, 2018. 112: p. 1-11.
2. Mamo, S.K., et al., Hearing Loss Treatment in Older Adults With Cognitive Impairment: A Systematic Review. J Speech Lang Hear Res, 2018. 61(10): p. 2589-2603.
3. Vassilaki, M., et al., Informant-based hearing difficulties and the risk for mild cognitive impairment and dementia. Age Ageing, 2019. 48(6): p. 888-894.
4. Buschermöhle, M., et al., The German Digit Triplets Test (Part II): Validation and Pass/Fail Criteria. Z Audiol, 2015. 54 (1): p. 6 – 13.