REVERSE dementia risk and PROTECT memory

The first place to look… the first chance to act… the first opportunity to STOP dementia… isn’t where you’d expect.

It’s NOT in your brain.

No; as it turns out, it’s in another place that’s not far off...

Your EARS just might hold the key to your brain health!

And if you find yourself turning the TV louder and louder, or if you’re always asking people to repeat themselves, then I’ve got news for you today, my friend.


But I’ve also got something else for you.

I’ve got your golden ticket out of this mess with a way to REVERSE hearing loss—and SAVE your brain at the same time.

How hearing loss leads to memory loss – and how to REVERSE it

The latest research reveals a link I’ve warned you about before: Hearing loss leads to memory loss, which in turn leads to cognitive decline… dementia… and even death.

One reason for the link is the old use-it-or-lose-it aspect of brain health.

The regions used to decode sounds are also important to your overall cognition. When your ears stop picking up those sounds, that part of the brain slowly goes dim.

But the new study takes it a step further and shows how FIXING that hearing loss can REVERSE the risk.

A simple hearing aid, for example, will send your dementia plunging by 18 percent.

To be clear: there is NO DRUG that can promise that benefit. None.

But a hearing aid can, and that’s not all it can do, with the same new study finding it can cut your risk of:

  • DEPRESSION by 11 percent
  • ANXIETY by 11 percent
  • FALLS and FALL-RELATED INJURIES by 13 percent

OK, you’re thinking… but I still don’t want a hearing aid.

I get that.

And here’s the thing:

You might be able to get ALL of those brain-boosting, memory-protecting, mood-enhancing benefits…


See, these aren’t necessarily the benefits of a hearing aid specifically. They’re the benefits of hearing – the benefits of ensuring this critical part of your brain keeps operating.

In many cases, hearing loss is a sign of poor circulation in the ear, where the blood vessels are already very narrow.

Even a little bit of constriction can cut off the flow of blood and lead to hearing loss, but natural therapies such as gingko can send it rushing back in – giving you back your hearing (and potentially CURING related conditions such as tinnitus).

If that fails, then you might need a hearing aid after all.

Today’s models are smaller, cheaper, more comfortable and less noticeable than ever before – and if you belong to a “warehouse club” type store, you can often get a top-of-the-line model for less.