Hearing Loss in Dogs: What Does it Look Like?

Monday 06 Sep 2021

Making sure your dog is happy and healthy is a top priority for any pet owner, but hearing loss can be very difficult to pick up. There are some breeds that are more prone to hearing loss, but it’s possible for any dog to lose their ability to hear..

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5 Celebrities with Hearing Loss

Thursday 29 Jul 2021

There are a number of celebrities who face the challenges of hearing loss and tinnitus in their everyday lives. We’ve highlighted 5 of our favourites who have worked hard to overcome obstacles associated with hearing loss. Take a look at our top.

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The 5 Most Common Causes of Tinnitus

Thursday 24 Jun 2021

If you don’t have tinnitus, you probably know someone who does! One in 10 New Zealanders report hearing tinnitus, the perception of sound when no external source is present1. It impacts each person differently and is a challenging symptom to treat..

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Your Fundamental Guide to Hearing Loss

Tuesday 08 Jun 2021

Hearing loss is a complex subject, so we've pulled together a handy guide that has all the best information in one place! We take you through the common symptoms of hearing loss to help you understand whether it might be affecting you, then we.

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The Social Impact of Hearing Loss

Wednesday 26 May 2021

Hearing keeps us connected to the people around us. For most of us, it’s how we communicate with others. Humans are hard-wired for connection and participating in meaningful conversations is one important way we connect. Sadly, hearing loss can.

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Can Hearing Aids Stop My Tinnitus?

Friday 14 May 2021

Tinnitus is a phantom sound generated somewhere within the internal auditory system. In other words, it’s the perception of sound when no external source is present. Tinnitus is a common symptom of auditory damage and many people experience it, in.

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The Pros & Cons of Discreet Hearing Aids: Are They Right for You?

Tuesday 20 Apr 2021

Considering hearing aids but worried about how they might look? Some hearing aids are virtually invisible, but does that make them the right fit? There are some pros and cons to these uber-discreet devices. The Pros of Discreet Hearing Aids Let’s.

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5 Tips to Improve Verbal Communication

Friday 26 Feb 2021

We are hardwired for connection with one another. One of the most common ways we connect is through verbal communication, especially speech. If we lack good communication skills or have limited resources for communication, it can significantly.

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Is Age-Related Hearing Loss Normal?

Thursday 11 Feb 2021

Often once the first signs of hearing loss present, people begin to wonder whether age-related hearing loss is to be expected and normal for their age. This is a common question for audiologists that we're asked by patients all the time - so don't.

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Will Hearing Aids Hold Me Back from an Active Lifestyle?

Tuesday 02 Feb 2021

A change in hearing shouldn’t determine how active you are.  If you’re someone who doesn’t want to get slowed down, you may have asked yourself this question – "will hearing aids hold me back?". The answer may not be as easy as ‘yes’ or ‘no’, rather.

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