The human hearing range is a description of the pitches and loudness levels a person can hear before feeling discomfort.
Have you ever felt hard of hearing after a night at a concert? Do you have hearing loss after years of working in a noisy environment? Did a sudden loud noise make you lose your ability to hear out of one or two ears? If so, you may have noise-induced hearing loss.
The social impact of hearing loss is obvious - can't hear properly, talking loudly, listening to higher than usual volumes etc. But what are the hidden impacts - such as health risks? They're not obvious, and they can happen gradually.
Do you have a hearing loss or know someone who does but refuse to wear hearing aids? Here's why.
There’s more to ear health than hearing loss. You use your ears every day, so it’s no wonder your ear health can waver from time to time.
Find out how we hear through hearing aids and why fatigue is natural.
Music lover regained his hearing and started playing his guitar again after 20 years, all thanks to his bloom™ audiologist and his lawyer.
Look after your hearing aids so they'll look after you too.
Don't believe everything you hear about hearing loss!
Stay committed to the cause by knowing what to expect.
Simple tips and tricks for better communication with your loved ones.
Practice makes perfect to your hearing aids work their best for you.
Chirping birds and crunching veggies... a personal insight into what's different in the early days of wearing hearing aids.
Five reasons to visit your audiologist.
Read more about tinnitus and the various ways of living with tinnitus.
Hearing aids can change more lives than just your own - hear from Mike, who's accompanying his wife Sally on her hearing aid journey.
Find out all about hearing aids - how it works, what it's made up of, and how it changes the lives of the people with hearing loss.
From excitement to amazement... a personal insight into what's different in the early days.
Extraordinary videos capture the moment sounds are heard for the first time.
Tips and advice to maximise the battery life of your hearing aid.
There are so many people who are also wearing hearing aids. Here's 5 famous people who are on this journey with you.
Make sure you let those around you know you're now wearing a hearing aid.
Find out how Andrew, a new hearing aid user and his partner Jenny, noticed a big difference in their lives as Andrew started his hearing aid journey.
Music inspiration for your first foray back to a world of high definition sound.
Hearing aids take some time to get used to, make sure you don't make the same mistake twice!
Bluetooth technology is revolutionising the hearing aid industry.
From using your mobile to using public transport, how is life different with hearing aids?
First day with hearing aids - from the car to the gym, breaking it down by activity.
Who would've thought that chewing on apple was so noisy?
Are your ears buzzing or ringing? It could be tinnitus.
Everyone has heard the term ‘sound waves’. This is actually how we hear.
Congratulations! You have taken the first step to better your hearing. Now you have your first appointment... what can you expect?
Does your husband often miss what you are saying? Does your wife insist on turning the TV up too loud? Does a friend always ask you to repeat yourself? It could be a sign of a hearing loss.
There are two main types of hearing aids; Behind-the-ear (BTE) and In-the-ear (ITE). Read to find out the differences and how each type work.
What do you think of when you hear the words ‘hearing aid’? Big? Ugly? Only for old people?
Tinnitus is probably causing that ringing or buzzing in your ear that doesn’t seem to go away. Maybe your doctor told you that tinnitus can’t be helped – that you’ll just have to deal with it?