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How do I stop this ringing in my ears?

How do I stop this noise in my ears? I’m told nothing can be done about tinnitus! Are you aware recent studies show up to 70% of people experiencing tinnitus experience significant improvements in their tinnitus with the right help? How Brain Research Changes How We Approach Tinnitus There has been decades of studies in


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.


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


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.


Is It Possible to Cure Misophonia?

Adele conquers long term reactions to sounds with misophonia treatment. There was Adele waiting at the bus stop on her way to work. The bus was running late and she knew she would be late for her first meeting of the day. Adele works in a busy public sector organisation. The bus finally comes. She

7 Sure Fire Proven Ways To Improve Your Listening Skills In Background Noise

7 Sure Fire Proven Ways to improve your listening skills in background noise If you have a hearing loss, you try not to make your hearing loss a defining part of who you are. You want to stay engaged with your friends, family, jobs and interests. Exercising your hearing makes a big difference. Just as

Protecting your hearing

Exercise your Brain and your Hearing

Everyone benefits when we work on our hearing and listening skills. You can improve your ability to hear in noise. This training helps before you develop hearing loss as well as when you first become aware you are having difficulty hearing in noisy situations. On average cognitive decline starts between the ages of 20 and

Living Well with Hearing Loss

Physical Activity, Exercise, Diet, Sleep and Rest

We all know how important physical exercise, diet and sufficient rest is for you health and wellbeing but have you ever considered the consequences of lack of exercise or rest and a poor diet when it comes to your hearing health? What sort of physical activity makes a difference? It’s not just any exercise. Its

I Can’t Hear You – 6 Steps to Living Well with Hearing Loss

I have written an eBook that looks at the 6 Steps to Living Well with Hearing Loss and over the next few weeks will be presenting material from the eBook. Week one discusses the facts about ageing and hearing loss and looks at the six most common reasons why we develop hearing loss as we

Happy Easter!

Easter is traditionally the time for eating too much, especially chocolate, but also being able to catch up on sleep, rest and enjoying what life has to offer in our wonderful Australian climate. What is the impact of Physical Activity, Exercise, Diet, Sleep and Rest on hearing loss or more importantly maintaining normal hearing? What


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