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May 19th 2015 - Posted by Hidden Hearing
If you work in a noisy environment or even just participate in recreational activities where the noise level is elevated, it is important to wear hearing protection. The infographic below provides insight on noise levels that could impact your hearing and what you should do to protect against hearing loss.
May 13th 2015 - Posted by Hidden Hearing
Causes of hearing loss can vary due to a wide variety of factors. Among the causes may be age, genetics, exposure to loud sounds or head trauma. There has been research into the use of Sound Therapy as a treatment for hearing loss, with resounding success. It is important to note that hearing loss is not just a feature of the older generations, anyone at any age can develop hearing loss.
May 12th 2015 - Posted by Hidden Hearing
At Hidden Hearing, we care about your health, whether that be general health or your hearing health. As the leading hearing aid specialist in the UK, we want to provide you with all the information you need to make important decisions surrounding your hearing health. A hearing aid is an investment into the future of your health and wellbeing.
April 30th 2015 - Posted by Hidden Hearing
Noise induced hearing loss affects thousands of people worldwide, with many suffering severely from their loss of hearing. When it comes to a noise induced hearing impairment, it is possible to protect yourself from permanent damage in your ears – keeping your hearing sharper for longer. We’ve compiled our guide of the best practices when it comes to protecting your hearing.
April 29th 2015 - Posted by Hidden Hearing
With the general election fast approaching, employment is being followed closely in the news and across the internet. We wanted to take a look at which jobs could be the most detrimental to your ears and even prompt the onset of noise induced hearing loss.
April 27th 2015 - Posted by Hidden Hearing
It’s not unusual for those who run to listen to music while they run, with many claiming that it can make any exercise easier. Some use in-ear earphones or over-the-head headphones, depending on their personal preference. If you were watching the Marathon this year, you might have seen a new type of headphone making an appearance amongst the runners…
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