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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.
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This entry was posted in Hearing Information, Hearing Loss and tagged Hearing loss, hearing aids, Travel on 8th September 2017 by Stuart Cantebury.
Hearing aids side effects can be a major concern to new and veteran hearing aid wearers.
In this blog post, we highlight a number of common side effects and how you can successfully manage them.
This entry was posted in Hearing Aids and tagged Hearing loss, hearing aids, help & advice on 6th September 2017 by Joan McKechnie.
TV headphones for the hard of hearing are the ideal way to enjoy your favourite programmes without disturbing others with the high volume you need.
In this blog post, we explain their benefits and explore some of the top models available on our web store…
This entry was posted in TV Headphones and tagged USA, Hearing loss, tv headphones, Product review on 5th September 2017 by Gary.
Do your hearing aids make clicking sounds?
If so, this blog post explains what causes them to make a 'clicking' noise and how to manage the problem.
This entry was posted in Hearing Aids and tagged Hearing loss, hearing aids on 4th September 2017 by Gary.
How can we stop our hearing aids falling off our ears? Hearing aids are expensive and in order to preserve them and benefit from them for a long time, special care and attention is needed.
Read on to find out more.
This entry was posted in Hearing Aids and tagged hearing aids, help & advice, Hearing Aid Accessories on 4th September 2017 by Gary.
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.
Which is the best alarm clock for deaf and hard of hearing people? Finding the best one to help you start the day right after a good night’s sleep may have seemed difficult in the past, but not anymore.
At Hearing Direct we are pleased to be able to bring you a wide range of loud alarm clocks to wake the hard of hearing and hard to wake alike.
This entry was posted in Loud Alarm Clocks and tagged USA, Hearing loss, Alarm clocks on 15th August 2017 by Gary.
Muffled Hearing feels like you have “cotton in your ears” but what are the most common causes of a blocked ear? Depending on the reason for muffled hearing, the effect can happen over time or instantly. It can also occur in one ear or both ears.
Read on for more information on the cause of muffled hearing, and what you can do about it.
This entry was posted in Hearing Information and tagged Hearing loss, clogged ear, conductive hearing loss, earwax, ear problems, help & advice on 5th August 2017 by Joan McKechnie.
The Washington Post has reported that a recent hearing aid study found that hearing aids which cost around $1,900 are only slightly more effective than over the counter amplification devices.
You can read the full story here.
This entry was posted in News, Hearing Aids, Hearing Information and tagged USA, Hearing loss, hearing aids on 3rd August 2017 by Gary.
Hearing loss is a serious and specific condition that affects a great part of a person’s life both on a psychological and physiological level. Hearing loss can affect your balance. The ear in itself is a very complex organ serving important functions such as processing sound signals and sending them to the brain. At the same time it hosts the vestibular system. Together with the visual system and the proprioception (the orientation of the body parts in space and their sense of position) it is responsible for the body balance and compromising one of these systems can lead to a balance disorder.
This entry was posted in Hearing Information and tagged Hearing loss, ear problems, help & advice on 1st August 2017 by Joan McKechnie.
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