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Ear wax removal candles (or ear candling) are an alternative method for removing excess wax, however this process is not medically proven.
In this informative blog post, we guide you through:
Vibrating alarm clocks are still very much a staple-piece in bedrooms all over the world. Some pack a real punch, something that our phones may not offer. With a vibrating alarm clock, you will notice a sharp difference to your morning wake-up routine.
In this informative blog post, we compare a selection of our leading alarm clocks so you can grab all the insights you need before purchasing.
The clogged ear feeling can be a distraction to day-to-day life, and in this blog post, we explain:
At Hearing Direct, you will also find a number of solutions to manage and treat clogged ear wax.
Devices for the Hard of Hearing help the hearing loss community by providing enhanced sounds. Alongside your digital hearing aids, the likes of amplified phones and alarm clocks deliver louder sounds than their standard counterparts.
In this guide, we walk you through some of the devices available that can improve your quality of life.
Wearable technology for the hard of hearing predates some of today's most popular devices. Hearing aids are one of the oldest forms of wearables, but now, they are more powerful and smarter. In this blog post, we guide you through the top devices, as well as showcase the essential hard of hearing items you need to improve both your hearing and quality of life. Lire la suite
Unblock your ears with our top tips. Having blocked ears is not only an uncomfortable feeling but can also lead to further complications for the ear canal, middle and inner ear. Don't underestimate this problem and take proper action in order to unblock your ear.
In this guide, we explain how to unblock ears at home safely, and advise when you need to visit a medical professional.
The human hearing range frequency is measured in Hertz (Hz). Furthermore, we can measure our ability to perceive sounds in decibels (dB).
In this expert guide, we walk you through the human hearing range, plus, provide the opportunity for you to check your hearing online.