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April 24th 2015 - Posted by Hidden Hearing
If you have suffered from sudden hearing loss, it is important to be checked out as soon as possible. We want to give you the best information possible about sudden hearing loss so you can know the symptoms, causes and the treatments available to you.
April 23rd 2015 - Posted by Hidden Hearing
Echoic memory is a part of sensory memory and refers to auditory memories. The sensory memory that takes into account sounds that you’ve just encountered is a form of this memory type. Memories and sound are important aspects of your hearing and your ears, so we wanted to take an in-depth look at echoic memory, what it is and how it can affect us.
April 21st 2015 - Posted by Hidden Hearing
April 20th - 26th 2015 is Depression Awareness Week, an important time to raise awareness for those who suffer from depression. We want to look at how hearing loss can have an impact on depression and the other social implications that can arise from having untreated hearing loss. Hearing Loss can have a lasting effect, not only on your hearing health, but also on your mental health.
April 17th 2015 - Posted by Hidden Hearing
We’ve listed those with the best hearing, and the most unconventional hearing. Now, we want to know what the top 10 loudest animals are! A human feels physical pain when they are exposed to sounds over 120dBs, so these animals are best given a wide birth if you’re lacking in appropriate ear protection!
April 15th 2015 - Posted by Hidden Hearing
Hearing loss affects an estimated 1 in 6 people in the UK, which can account for about 10 million people with some degree of loss. Not only can hearing loss affect your ears and hearing, there are also wider issues that are affected by hearing loss. At Hidden Hearing, we’re dedicated to promoting both good hearing health and good general health.
April 14th 2015 - Posted by Hidden Hearing
A recent World Health Organisation study warned of 1.1 billion children and teenagers that may be affected by noise-induced hearing loss. At Hidden Hearing, we believe that protecting your hearing, as well as raising awareness for hearing loss, is important for those of us at all ages.
April 9th 2015 - Posted by Hidden Hearing
With the Grand National this weekend, we thought we’d talk about some horses! Like humans, and many other animals, horses are susceptible to developing hearing loss and many can become deaf permanently. Here are some reasons why horses might develop a hearing impairment, what the consequences are and what can be done to help them.
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