Brain training has proven to improve age-related hearing loss. Hearing-impaired elderly consumers, aged 70 years or older, were able to increase the number of words heard in the presence of high levels of background noise by 25% after brain training with a custom audiomotor game, compared to a working memory game. These findings were reported in “Audiomotor Perceptual Training Enhances Speech Intelligibility in Background Noise” by Jonathon P. Whitton, Kenneth E. Hancock, Jeffrey M. Shannon, and Daniel B. Polley. Researchers enrolled 24 people with an average age of 70-years-old, who had mild to severe hearing loss . . .