We often wonder why people put off getting their hearing tested. Maybe it is due to not understanding the dangers of long-term untreated hearing loss? Perhaps it’s because they feel there is a stigma surrounding hearing loss? Or is it because they don't understand what an audiogram is and the process involved? Or they might be unsure how to interpret audiogram results.
Here we talk about the most common queries of audiograms and hopefully, it will give you a better understanding.
Lisa Caldwell, The Hearing Coach, talks to Hearing Aid UK about all things tinnitus, meditation and what's behind her drive. A tinnitus sufferer herself, she discusses how she has dedicated her life in the pursuit of helping to support those who are on the same journey.Read
Dylan Yarborough, a successful and inspiring audiology recruiter at Consult, Search & Selection, talks to Hearing Aid UK about his experiences in the industry, his journey so far and why he does what he does.Read
Meniere’s is a disorder that effects the inner ear, leading to vertigo and hearing loss. It is more common in both ears but can affect just one in some cases. It can develop at any point in your life, but ordinarily occurs between young and middle-aged adulthood.
Meniere’s is considered a long-term condition with options of treatment to reduce the symptoms and the overall impact it has on your life. With so many complexities, let's find out what we do know...
Mark Truong, the owner and host of The Hear Me Out Podcast, talks to Hearing Aid UK about his passion for audiology and being the voice behind a brand that creates awareness to both professionals and the public.Read
The two million people in the UK who wear hearing aids can still face challenges understanding speech in public places. What if I told you that a decades-old, widely available technology could remove all the background noise from the church and make the words of the minister immediately clearer? This is what’s possible with a telecoil.Read
When we refer to a product as 'New', we mean that the product is new to the market.
When we refer to a product as 'Superseded', we mean that there is a newer range available which replaces and improves on this product.
When we refer to a product as an 'Older Model', we mean that it is has been superseded by at least two more recent hearing aid ranges.