Hearing amplifiers are a popular way to help improve our ability to hear sounds. But what makes them different from hearing aids?
Learn about the differences, benefits, and how to manage suspected hearing loss effectively.
Many people have trouble sleeping during the night, either because they are very light sleepers, have snoring spouses, noisy neighbours or live near a busy street. A lot of people resort to wearing ear plugs at night.
Which, poses the question: Is sleeping with ear plugs a good idea?
Bluetooth hearing aids sound an idealistic option for those looking to pair the latest wireless with phones, music players, and the television.
We walk you through the devices available, and explore further options to enhance your listening experience.
Waterproof hearing aids are extremely hard to come by, due to the fact that there is currently no device that can be worn in constant contact with water. However, water-resistant models and features are easier to find...
We guide you through the basics of waterproof hearing aids and what to look out for.
Age related hearing loss (presbycusis) occurs naturally as we age. It is caused by the degeneration of the cells in the ear and is one of the most common types of hearing loss in the world.
In this blog post, we guide you through the causes, symptoms, prevention, and management of age related hearing loss.
Sensorineural hearing loss can occur over the course of minutes, hours or over the course of your lifetime.
In this informative blog post, we explain:
Conductive hearing loss is one of the most common forms of hearing loss. Follow this informative guide to learn more about:
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