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Did You know Hearing Awareness Week 2017 Is Next Week?

I don’t know about you. I mean to get health checkups. Even if I get a reminder I sometimes put it off and next thing it is three or even six months later. I find myself wondering where all that time went. Hearing well is no different. It involves having regular checkups of your hearing


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.

24 hours to better hearing: Here’s what to do

24 hours to better hearing: Here’s what to do Just imagine you are going to a rather special event. You have been dreaming about this day for some time now. You know that you want your hearing at its best. What can you do in only 24 hours. First and most importantly is wear your

The 6 Things You Can Do to Live Well With Hearing Loss

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Your Connections – You Need Others

The other disciplines for living well are focused on you the individual. After all, you are the only one who can take responsibility for and engage in the sorts of healthy and positive behaviours (exercise, meditation optimistic thinking etc.) that will be helpful. Yet at the same time it’s vitally important to acknowledge that living

Hope, Optimism and Play

One of the inspirations for writing this article came from some research I stumbled on a few years ago, referring to the potential of living well with hearing loss. It lead me to look at what were the variables in living well in general. Amazingly, one of the simplest but most effective strategies we can

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

How to be 90 with great hearing!

Genetic Predisposition to Hearing loss is an interesting current topic for discussion. As the Human Genome project has continued they have come out with interesting statistics on what is caused by genetic versus environmental factors. Here is what we do know: Genetic factors account for only about 30% of what happens to us (Human Genome


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