For Tinnitus Awareness Week 2022 we are discussing the sad truth behind tinnitus, the possible causes, its symptoms, statistics and the various ways in which you can access relief and treatment for this 'invisible condition'.Read
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.
Skype, Zoom, webinars and other digital platforms have become our lifelines to communication, our way of 'keeping in the loop' and our everyday necessities. However, with this comes the after-effects of blue light, distorted viewing and strained listening - and that's for people who have 'normal' hearing. Imagine the effects of all this digital access to those with hearing loss. Digital fatigue and listening fatigue are real, relentless and growing!Read
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).Read
At Hearing Aid UK, we know how important family is and recognise that they play an integral role in healthcare. Because of this, we welcome this approach and are proactive enthusiasts of Family Centred Care (FCC). We know from our own experiences, that having somebody else’s input and presence, can evoke solid and strong decision making about you and your hearing.Read
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...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When we refer to a product as 'Superseded', we mean that there is a newer range available which replaces and improves on this product.
When we refer to a product as an 'Older Model', we mean that it is has been superseded by at least two more recent hearing aid ranges.