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Hearing From The Desk Nolene Nielson

From The Desk of Audiologist Nolene Nielson I can’t believe it is end of March already. I need your help… I am currently changing email providers and I have two lists. One for those who are interested in hearing loss issues… And the other for those who are interested in Misophonia. This list is for

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11 Things You Need to Know When You First Get Hearing Aids?

What you need to know when you get new hearing aids? You have just got new hearing aids? Now what? You have so many things to remember about using them? Are they going to work? Are my hearing aids going to be a waste of money? Your fitting appointment hopefully solved many of your concerns.

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5 Frequently Asked Questions About Misophonia Answered

Did you know that there was a new breakthrough study on misophonia published this year by Dr Kumar and his team from the Institute of Neuroscience at the Newcastle University and the Wellcome Centre for NeuroImaging at University College London (UCL)? Breakthrough Misophonia Research In the world of misophonia research, understanding and treatment, this study

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What Is the Latest In Invisible Hearing Aids?

Are you worried about others knowing you are wearing hearing aids? If so, today’s post about the latest Invisible Hearing Aids or Hidden Hearing Aids will help you. I Don’t Want Anyone To Know I Am Wearing Hearing Aids? I want to give you clear honest impartial advice on buying invisible hearing aids. Choosing the

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Why Isn’t My Partner Listening To Me? Advice On How To Improve My Relationships!

You know the story. Your frustration levels when trying to talk to your partner are rising. Why bother? It’s too hard. They don’t want to hear me, I’m sure. This blog might just save your relationship or marriage. It seems like only yesterday when Michael and Joan were sitting in my consulting room.” Joan sat

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8 Ways You Can Use Your Mind to Change Your Brain to Change Your Misophonia

Did you know that many of us find the sounds of chewing or breathing off putting, and for some they’re unbearable? What Is Misophonia? It might be hearing someone eating with their mouth open, sneezing, coughing, sniffling, chewing gum or throat-clearing? Or you feel rage when you hear certain birds, other people’s noise (eg dogs

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What Hearing Protection Apps Can I Use?

Today, it seems like technology touches every aspect of our lives. From grocery shopping to physical fitness to even starting our cars, we use smartphones to make our daily tasks easier and improve the quality of our lives. So it seems inevitable that technology available on smartphones would also offer apps and information to those

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What Exactly is Misophonia

These sounds might be: hearing someone eating with his or her mouth open, sneezing, coughing, sniffling, snoring, chewing gum or throat-clearing? It’s when you feel rage when you hear: certain birds, other people’s noise (e.g. dogs barking, music) A pen tapping And all you want to do is run away or even lash out at

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5 Proven Essential Steps For Improving Your Communication Skills

Are you ready to learn more about 5 essential steps you can improve your communication skills whether you have a hearing loss or someone important to you has a hearing loss? These steps will help you build the small habits that will make a big difference in your life. Nothing is worse than that feeling

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Five Important Facts That Help Us Train Our Brain To Hear Better!

Did that you know that we can use our knowledge of practical Neuroscience to change how you react to sounds we don’t like? What is Neuropsychology? The modern sciences of psychology and neurology have been slowly but surely establishing a body of knowledge about the mind and its relationship to the brain and the body.

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Clinic address:
Ashgrove Specialist Medical Centre
Suite 5A,
21 Harry St Ashgrove.
QLD 4060

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Phone: 07 3366 5012
Fax: 07 3366 6668
Email: info@hearingcareprofessionals.com.au

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