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Why do my ears feel blocked?
Posted by on 20th September 2021
Hearing Loss Awareness, Latest News, Articles

It feels very much like Autumn and with that comes a chill in the air and you are naturally more prone to allergy and ear troubles during the colder months. For instance, you might have blocked ears without any pain or discomfort, but it can become more of an annoyance when sound becomes muffled and you feel you are straining to hear.
Here we talk about why and how to prevent blocked ears.

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What Does Autumn Mean For Sound?
Posted by on 23rd August 2021
Hearing Loss Awareness, Latest News, Articles

Autumn isn't just a pretty sight for the eyes - it brings spectacular sounds with it too. However, this new season brings new challenges and with lower temperatures, it can have an effect on our body - especially our ears. Here we take a look at the wonderful sounds of autumn and how to maintain good ear health.

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Best Phone for Hard of Hearing UK
Posted by on 1st July 2021
Hearing Loss Awareness, Latest News, Articles

The Doro phone is a user-friendly mobile phone that appeals to those who are hard of hearing, have trouble with dexterity and ideal for the older generation. They are designed and created with seniors in mind with their louder sound, large buttons, separated keys and hearing aid compatibility. Doro phone's main priority is making life easier for the elder generation, giving you and the ones you love peace of mind.

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Claiming Industrial Deafness in the UK
Posted by on 18th June 2021
Hearing Loss Awareness, Latest News, Articles

More and more people are recognising the signs and making the link between a loss and their existing or past work environment. There are many people in the UK that are suffering from some form of industrial deafness, which is also called occupational deafness and more commonly noise-induced hearing loss (NIHL).

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Save Your Hearing Day 2021 - How to make listening safer
Posted by on 31st May 2021
Hearing Loss Awareness, Latest News, Articles

Sound transforms the world and makes it interesting and more vibrant. Sound can also assist in us taking time out and switching off. All we need to do is put on our headphones and escape to music, podcasts and audiobooks. It is also something to be wary of, as sound can cause damage to our hearing. Let's discuss...

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Deaf Awareness Week 2021 - Molly O'Brien Interview
Posted by on 3rd May 2021
Hearing Loss Awareness, Latest News, Articles, Audiology Interviews

In light of Deaf Awareness Week 2021 - Molly O'Brien talks to Hearing Aid UK about how driven she and her colleagues are to supporting and inspiring women who may be feeling or have been discriminated against due to their hearing loss. Providing a constant flow of support to deaf and hard of hearing women and bringing them together to form a confident and thriving hub of a community.

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