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How to pop your ears safely without causing ear popping problems.
We have probably all experienced that uncomfortable sensation of pressure in our ears when we change altitude. Your ears popping by themselves can be uncomfortable. But by popping your ears gradually yourself, you can prevent problems with ear pressure before it results in any pain. In this blog post we’ll tell you how to pop your ears safely.
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This entry was posted in Hearing Information and tagged ear problems, Travel, help & advice, Ear Plugs on 12th November 2019 by Joan McKechnie.
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.
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