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NHS hearing aids are available for everyone in the UK with a hearing loss problem where hearing aids are the best treatment. We give detailed advice on the process you need to go through to obtain NHS Hearing Aids as well as advice on batteries and links for further reading.
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This entry was posted in NHS Hearing Aids and tagged hearing aids, NHS hearing aids, hearing aids cost, UK on 25th March 2020 by Stuart Cantebury.
The NHS is able to provide a number of hearing aid types and models for free on a loan basis. In this blog post, we run-through which hearing aid types are available from the NHS. We also offer affordable alternatives to NHS for hearing aids and you can order digital hearing aids online directly from our website.
This entry was posted in NHS Hearing Aids and tagged hearing aids, NHS hearing aids, UK, help & advice on 24th March 2020 by Stuart Cantebury.
Hearing loss in one ear is a widespread issue and deserves as much attention as other hearing impairments.
In this quick read blog post, we discuss:
This entry was posted in Hearing Loss and tagged Hearing loss, ear problems, help & advice on 16th March 2020 by Nicola Cassy.
There are several other types of hearing aid that help people with conditions where normal hearing aids won't work. These include Bone Anchored hearing aids, Bone Conduction hearing aids, CROS and BI-CROS hearing aids and Cochlear implants.
This entry was posted in Hearing Aids and tagged Hearing loss, hearing aids, NHS hearing aids, help & advice on 16th March 2020 by Joan McKechnie.
Buying a hearing aid is a very important and often substantial investment. Most people are aware that it is crucial to choose the right type and model in order to perfectly correspond to their individual condition and requirements. However, regular cleaning of your hearing aid is vital if you really want to prolong the life of your hearing aid as much as possible.
This entry was posted in Hearing Aids and tagged hearing aids, help & advice, Hearing Aid Accessories, Hearing Aid Cleaning on 13th March 2020 by Gary.
What is Unilateral hearing loss? This is when you have hearing problems on one side only and normal hearing on the other side. Another name for it is unilateral deafness.
In this blog post, we explain what the condition is, the causes, and how to treat and manage the problem. Continue reading →
This entry was posted in Hearing Loss and tagged Hearing loss, ear problems, help & advice on 2nd March 2020 by Joan McKechnie.
Conductive versus Sensorineural hearing loss: These are two of the most common forms of hearing loss, but what is the difference between Conductive and Sensorineural Hearing Loss?
Quite simply, Sensorineural Hearing Loss is where the inner ear and/or hearing nerve are damaged. Conductive Hearing Loss is where the passage of sound into the inner ear is blocked. Sometimes people can have both at the same time which is called Mixed Hearing Loss. Read on for more details...
This entry was posted in Hearing Loss and tagged Hearing loss, clogged ear, conductive hearing loss, ear problems, help & advice, sensorineural hearing loss on 27th February 2020 by Joan McKechnie.
All hearing aids need maintaining, but how do you know where to start? In this blog post we give you advice on the vital pieces of kit you need to build your own hearing aid maintenance kit.
This entry was posted in Hearing Aids on 12th February 2020 by stuart.
Itchy ears can be a general and ongoing, daily annoyance. Whether it be itchy ears from hearing aids, wax or blockage, then you are not alone.
In this article, we share some considerations of what causes itchy ears, what you can do about it, and when it is time to consult a medical professional.
This entry was posted in Hearing Information and tagged ear problems, itchy ears, help & advice on 30th January 2020 by Joan McKechnie.
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.
This entry was posted in Hearing Information and tagged ear problems, Travel, help & advice, Ear Plugs on 12th November 2019 by Joan McKechnie.
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