No one likes the shock of a balloon popping but that loud bang may have other consequences for children.
It is going to take a few weeks for your brain to re-adjust to hearing certain sounds again. We call this the Acclimatisation period and it varies from one person to another. Generally, the first 4 weeks are recognised as the mos...
Everyone has heard the term ‘sound waves’. This is actually how we hear.
Congratulations! You have taken the first step to better your hearing. Now you have your first appointment…. what can you expect?
Similar to wanting to use both eyes, two ears are better than one.
There is more to ear health than hearing loss. You use your ears every day, so it is no wonder your health can waver from time to time.
In this blog post we explore the link between diabetes and hearing loss.
Are your ears buzzing or ringing?It could be tinnitus.
The buzzing, whistling, or clicking sounds of Tinnitus are annoying enough during the day, but they can be exasperat...
There are two main types of hearing aids; Behind-the-ear (BTE) and In-the-ear (ITE).
There are a range of accessories to work with your hearing aids to make everyday situations as easy as possible.
Does your husband often miss what you are saying? Does your wife insist on turning the TV up too loud? Does a friend always ask you to repeat yourself?It could be a sign of a hearing loss.
What do you think of when you hear the words 'hearing aid'? Big? Ugly? Only for old people?
Yes, your smoking habit might be the cause for your hearing loss and others around you.
We have put together a collection of 5 books that everyone can use as conversation starters with their families and friends about hearing loss.
It is going to take a few weeks for your brain to re-adjust to hearing certain sounds again. We are going to answer some of the frequently asked question by our customers.