Study Reveals Link Between Hearing Impairment and Depression…We’ve Known That For Years!

Posted by Tom Hannaher , Tuesday, April 8, 2014
Medical News Today recently reported that people with hearing impairment are more likely to experience depression. Frankly, this is not news to many of us. Just sit in a room with an elderly relative watching TV and it won’t take long to observe the crankiness that comes with not being able to understand what people are saying.
The poor sound quality of modern ultra-thin TVs does nothing to help the equation. In fact we think TV speakers are truly depressing.
The good news is that the DE (Dialog Emphasis) feature in ZVOX systems really does help people with hearing impairment. DE – also known as AccuVoice™ – uses hearing aid technology to makes voices super-clear and understandable…and has been known to reduce crankiness.  
Read more about DE here:  ZVOX Dialog Emphasis Feature
Read the Medical News Today article here:  Article Linking Hearing Impairment to Depression


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