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You're not alone. In fact, you're one of 38 million.

At TruHearing, you’re more than just a number. But understanding these astounding numbers can help to put your hearing loss in perspective.

38 million

More than 38 million Americans struggle with hearing loss.*

Under 69

The majority of people with hearing loss are under 69 years of age.*

6+ Years

On average, people wait more than 6 years before addressing their hearing loss.*


95% of hearing loss can be addressed with the right hearing aids.

Don't wait any longer.

Better hearing starts with a single phone call.

The better you hear, the better you live.

Hearing loss often starts gradually, but its impact is profound. Your sense of hearing is integral to nearly every part of the human experience: physical health, mental acuity, self-esteem, personal relationships, social skills, work performance, and more.

Treating your hearing loss can help restore your connection to all the richness life has to offer.


Connect deeply.

With better hearing, it’s easier to engage socially, communicate effectively, and connect with the ones you love. Learn more.

Live happily.

Improved hearing can reduce feelings of loneliness and isolation, lowering the risk of depression. Learn more.

Think clearly.

Hearing aids have been shown to slow cognitive decline and improve working memory. Learn more.

Stay healthy.

Treating your hearing loss can reduce the risk of serious health risks like falls, heart attacks, and dementia. Learn more.

The most important step is the first one.

Struggling to hear? In less than 5 minutes you can find out if you have hearing loss.

Considerations around
hearing health come in
many shapes and sizes.

With factors like noise induced hearing loss and productivity loss in the workplace, the reality of hearing loss is more extensive than most understand.

Learn more about some of the underlying causes, prevalence, and some real-world effects of hearing loss. Fortunately, solutions exist for most sufferers of hearing loss.


85 db

The point where noise can cause hearing damage is lower than most people expect. Everyday sounds like leaf blowers exceed the 85 db threshold for causing damage. Learn more.


About 18 percent of adults aged 20-69 with five or more years of exposure to very loud noise at work have speech-frequency hearing loss in both ears. Learn more.


of employees with hearing loss report missing parts of conversations in the workplace, leading to loss of productivity and opportunities to advance. Learn more.

28.8 million

Roughly 28.8 million US adults could benefit from using hearing aids. Only one in six adults aged 20-69 who could benefit from them has used a hearing aid.  Learn more.

Real people. Real results.


"If you have any questions, they can actually walk you through the whole thing. I’m just totally elated with the whole process."

Dean, customer

Hearing loss