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According to an ITV news article, more people are opting for a takeaway meal rather than face eating out in a noisy restaurant.
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This entry was posted in News, Hearing Information, Hearing Loss and tagged Hearing loss on 11th October 2017 by Gary.
Can deaf people drive and does hearing loss make a difference? It is a common misconception that the hearing impaired cannot drive. But, the hard of hearing and deaf can safely and legally drive all over the world. Continue reading →
This entry was posted in Opinion, Hearing Loss and tagged Hearing loss, Travel, help & advice on 12th September 2017 by Stuart Cantebury.
Flying with hearing aids or using them on flights is simpler than you may imagine.
People generally worry about travelling with hearing aids and 'Can I use hearing aids on an airplane?' is a common question. In this blog post, we discuss all the key steps to keep you informed for the next time you fly away.
This entry was posted in Hearing Information, Hearing Loss and tagged Hearing loss, hearing aids, Travel on 8th September 2017 by Stuart Cantebury.
Meniere's disease is a rare condition that affects the inner ear. As a result of the condition, hearing loss and tinnitus may become more progressive and ultimately become permanent.
In this guide we will cover:
This entry was posted in Hearing Loss and tagged USA, Hearing loss, tinnitus, ear problems, help & advice, Meniere's Disease on 18th August 2017 by Joan McKechnie.
Sudden hearing loss accounts for about 1% of the overall number of sensorineural hearing loss cases. Sudden Sensorineural Hearing Loss can occur at any point in anyone's lifetime. It can be a serious condition and you should seek medical attention immediately if you suddenly lose your hearing in one ear.
We guide you through the causes, symptoms, and give advice on how to properly manage the condition if it's untreatable.
This entry was posted in Hearing Loss and tagged Hearing loss, earwax, ear problems, help & advice on 26th June 2017 by Gary.
There are three main different types of hearing loss: sensorineural, conductive and mixed hearing loss. Additionally, there are also different types defining the severity of the hearing loss varying from Mild to Profound hearing loss.
This entry was posted in Hearing Information, Hearing Loss and tagged USA, Hearing loss on 14th February 2017 by Joan McKechnie.
Hearing loss can go undetected for years. It can be so gradual that the person suffering from it barely notices the decline. Often, it becomes more noticeable to family and friends. Certain give away signs include:
If this is the case, there may well be a hearing loss issue that needs addressing. In an era where hearing technology has become more and more sophisticated, connecting up to the hearing world can be a life enhancing experience.
This entry was posted in Hearing Loss and tagged Hearing loss, help & advice, relationships on 5th May 2015 by Stuart Cantebury.
This entry was posted in Hearing Aids, Hearing Loss on 27th January 2012 by stuart.
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