Hearing Loss in Children: Early Signs to Look Out For

Tuesday 19 Apr 2022

Hearing loss in children can happen for many reasons, and can be either temporary or permanent. Hearing issues can impact your child’s learning, concentration and communication. If you (or your child) are concerned about their hearing, it’s.

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Can Plane Travel Worsen Tinnitus or Hearing Loss Symptoms?

Tuesday 08 Mar 2022

Do you have a long-haul or domestic flight coming up? If you are experiencing tinnitus or hearing loss, you may be wondering how your aeroplane journey could affect your ears. In this article, we share our insights on how and why flying can impact.

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3 Ways That Music Affects the Brain and Your Hearing

Monday 24 Jan 2022

When it comes to our hearing, it’s important to remember that we not only hear with our ears, but also with our brains. Research has shown that musicians have bigger, better connected, more sensitive brains. “Musicians have superior working memory,.

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5 Tips to Keep Your Ears Happy This Summer

Wednesday 15 Dec 2021

Whether you’re heading to a music festival, getting ready to tackle the garden, or looking forward to hitting the waves this summer - it’s important to protect your hearing. Taking care of your ears and being mindful of your environment will go a.

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Can You Get Hearing Loss from Headphones?

Tuesday 02 Nov 2021

Listening to your favourite music or putting on the latest podcast can be a great way to relax and unwind. However, it could also be the cause of noise-induced hearing loss (NIHL) over long periods of time. Recent studies indicate that high levels.

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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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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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Tinnitus: What are the Sounds in my Ears & Why do I Hear Them?

Tuesday 01 Dec 2020

Most people have experienced tinnitus at some point in their lives. Tinnitus is a subjective, phantom sound your brain produces in response to change in auditory sensation. Occasional onsets of tinnitus might occur after being exposed to damaging.

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