Ear Brain Health from Cognivue

Are you having a hard time understanding as much as you used to?

It’s scary, but there’s good news. Research suggests that common hearing loss can affect your brain health — and is the most modifiable of all possible causes of cognitive decline. Reclaim your quality of life by addressing your ear-to-brain health.
Ear Brain Health from Cognivue

About Ear Brain Health

Ear Brain Health is brought to you by Cognivue, specialists in evaluating cognitive health. Cognivue aims to elevate the gold standard of cognitive health assessment, reduce the stigma of cognitive issues, and empower action with early detection. They’ve also developed the world’s first FDA-cleared computerized test of cognitive function.
Ear Brain Health was recently featured on The Balancing Act and the Doctor Cliff, AuD YouTube channel.

How does hearing loss affect cognitive decline?

Hearing loss can have a significant impact on several key brain functions, including memory, hearing, speech and language understanding, and reaction time.
Managing that loss can lead to improved communication, less difficulty processing information, less fatigue at the end of the day and an overall better quality of life.

What's the Ear-to-Brain Connection?

Did you know that a healthy brain is critical to processing the sounds we hear every day?

Learning more about your cognitive performance may help you and your audiologist better understand your hearing and communication deficits.

The ear-to-brain connection

Hearing loss challenges the brain’s ability to process sound efficiently and reduces resources available for other mental tasks.

Reduced brain capacity and structural changes due to less sound stimulation may contribute to cognitive decline.

Taking control

The good news is that research identifies hearing loss as the most modifiable risk factor for cognitive decline. Meaning, when you address your hearing loss, you have the opportunity to protect your brain health.


Major health organizations urge early detection of cognitive impairment

The Cognivue™ Thrive® screening

Screening takes only 5-10 minutes and results are available immediately.

What to expect video:

Wireframe of the internal structure of the human ear. 3D. Front view. Vector illustration.
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Cognivue Thrive is not a diagnostic tool and does not screen for Alzheimer’s disease or other dementias. Rather, it is an ideal tool for your audiologist to evaluate your cognitive performance as it relates to your hearing loss.

Hearing loss may contribute to cognitive decline.1,2,3,4

Many Audiologists now offer cognitive screening to better understand your hearing loss and promote ear-brain health. This is a personalized way to receive an overall screening of your cognitive health. Easy. Fast. Reliable.
Ear Brain Health from Cognivue

  1. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, Longitudinal Relationship Between Hearing Aid Use and Cognitive Function in Older Americans.
  2. World Health Organization, Risk Reduction of Cognitive Decline and Dementia, WHO Guidelines 2019.
  3. Livingston G, Sommerlad A, Orgeta V et al. Dementia prevention, intervention, and care. Lancet 2017;390:2673–2734.
  4. ACTA, Otorhinolaryngologica Italica, A review of new insights on the association between hearing loss and cognitive decline in aging, 2016.
  5. Acoustical Society of America (ASA); University of Colorado; https://www.hearingreview.com/inside-hearing/research/researchers-discover-brain-reorganizes-hearing-loss

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