Oticon HearingFitnessâ„¢ App for Oticon Opnâ„¢ Captures CES 2018 Innovation Award

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Oticon, Inc. recently announced that the Oticon HearingFitness™ App, the first hearing aid app dedicated to hearing fitness, has won a 2018 CES Innovation Award, the world’s leading consumer technology awards program.

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Oticon HearingFitnessâ„¢ App has won a 2018 CES Innovation Award

Oticon will exhibit at the upcoming CES 2018 from January 9-12 in Las Vegas. The Oticon HearingFitness App will be among the outstanding consumer electronics showcased in a gallery of 2018 award honorees on the conference floor.

Oticon will introduce the HearingFitness App in 2018 for use in conjunction with Opn hearing aids. The new app will track hearing aid use, listening environments and other behavior, gathering and collating data with measurements of heart rate, sleep patterns and other health markers for other wearable devices. The new technology is designed to give Opn users advice and encouragement on ways to hear better, protect their hearing and stay healthier.

The CES Innovation Awards are sponsored by the Consumer Technology Association (CTA) â„¢, the producer of CES 2018, the global gathering place for all who thrive on the business of consumer technologies.

Read also: Get ready for the Las Vegas CES on January 9-12th, 2018

Hearing loss & dementia

Logo-OticonUntreated hearing loss has long been associated with cognitive decline. A recent study published in The Lancet on dementia prevention, intervention and care concluded that, from midlife, hearing loss is the biggest risk factor in later development of dementia.

“A growing body of evidence is indicating that the social isolation brought on by untreated hearing loss is a big risk factor for dementia and that hearing aids may well help minimize that impact,” said Don Schum, PhD, Vice President of Audiology for Oticon, Inc.

“The HearingFitness App will encourage routine use of hearing aids and empower users with the feedback they need to take charge of their long-term health and well-being through healthy hearing habits today.”

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