A new study shows there is a higher risk of accelerated cognitive decline due to withdrawal from social activities for individuals with hearing loss who do not use hearing aids.


Socially active individuals with hearing loss who wear hearing aids are more likely to have a similar risk of mental decline as a person with normal hearing.



Oticon’s BrainHearing™ technology brings you a clearer, more effortless listening experience.

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Give your brain exactly what it needs to hear.

Your hearing is as unique as your fingerprint. And because no two people are quite like you, no two hearing profiles are quite like yours. BrainHearing™ technology enables Oticon hearing instruments to be finely tuned to match your unique hearing profile and personal sound preferences. They deliver sound with the clearest, purest signal possible in the way your brain is best able to understand it.

How can technology help your brain hear more naturally?

  • Take your personal listening preferences into account.
  • Preserve the important details in speech.
  • Work as a system to help you locate sound.
  • Reduce the effort involved in listening.

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Designed for Optimal Performance.

Alta2 delivers clear, natural sound that is never tinny or mechanical. In fact, you’ll enjoy a natural, effortless listening experience that leads the industry with a 96% patient satisfaction rating.

Designed for Comfort and Style

If you think you’ll never be comfortable wearing a hearing device, think again. Alta2 is customized exclusively for you, your style and your hearing needs. Sleek and small, you’ll forget you’re even wearing it. But thanks to our revolutionary BrainHearing™ technology, you’ll hear clearly, more naturally and effortlessly, in any hearing situation. So what are you waiting for?

BrainHearing™ technology. Hear Smarter. Live Better.

Are you a U.S. resident? Enter your zip code to find a hearing care professional near you to learn more.

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References

*Hélène Amieva, “Self-Reported Hearing Loss: Hearing Aids and Cognitive Decline in Elderly Adults: A 25-year Study”, Journal of the American Geriatrics Society