Hearing Aid UK’s, Emily Varnam interviews Head of Content, Kimberley Bradshaw, about her intermittent tinnitus, the causes, triggers, and management strategies she uses every day to make her tinnitus less dominating and to improve her quality of life.Read
Otosclerosis is an ear condition within the middle ear caused by abnormal bone growth. It results in hearing loss, commonly progressive, as the growth stops the small bone (known as the stapes) from vibrating. This vibration allows us to hear. Find out about hearing loss and otosclerosis as well as the causes, symptoms, preventions, and treatments.
This article will equip you with all the information, tips and tricks to ensure your travel plans are smooth sailing. We take a look at what assistance is available and how to make the most of it, navigating airports, flying with hearing loss, going on a cruise with hearing aids, using trains, protecting your hearing aids and most importantly, getting the best out of your travels.Read
This article explores, the challenges workers with hearing loss face and their subsequent negative impact, what we can do to support our colleagues and what accommodations management can implement to ensure an inclusive and safe environment and how this can benefit both workers and employees.Read
Hearing loss can have a significant impact on mental health. Hearing loss affects the ability to communicate and interact with others, which can lead to feelings of social isolation, anxiety, and depression.
This article discusses the social isolation, communication challenges of hearing loss and how hearing loss affect mental health for World Mental Health Day 2023.
Living with hearing loss comes with many unique challenges but with the right tips and support, individuals can continue to lead fulfilling lives and effectively manage their symptoms. This quick guide briefly explores various aspects of living with hearing loss, offering valuable advice and resources.Read
When we refer to a product as 'Latest Launch', we mean it is the latest to be released on the market.
When we refer to a product as 'New', we mean that the product is the newest hearing aid model on 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When we refer to a product as 'Superseded', we mean that there is a newer range available which replaces and improves on this product.
When we refer to a product as an 'Older Model', we mean that it is has been superseded by at least two more recent hearing aid ranges.