22May2018

Easy ways to reduce the effects of tinnitus

When you leave a music concert or live event, the only thing you want to remember are the fun times you had whilst there. If the event was particularly loud, you may have come home with more than just memories. When…

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24Apr2018

Answers to hearing loss FAQs

Here at HEARINGLife, we appreciate that hearing loss can be a tricky subject to wrap your head around, and that questions are bound to arise.Therefore, we've rounded up a few of our most frequently asked questions to help answer any…

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24Apr2018

Is coffee harmful to your hearing?

As the unofficial home of the silky smooth flat white and a thriving coffee culture, there's no denying that us Aussies are a little caffeine barmy to say the least.Although your daily espresso may taste delicious and give you a…

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24Apr2018

Can brain training games help with hearing loss?

Improved memory and attention, speed of processing and problem solving are just a few of the benefits associated with playing brain training games. But can these puzzles also help the older generation living with hearing loss? Recent research seems to think…

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24Apr2018

Hearing loss myths, debunked

Listen up - it's time to face the facts. Hearing loss is more common than you think - it actually affects one in six Australians around the country1. Instead of listening to old wives tales and myths, the team at HEARINGLife wants to clear up…

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24Apr2018

6 fictional characters who live with hearing loss

Whether it's Stranger Things, Friends or Game of Thrones, the average Australian watches around 18 hours of television per week, according to a Roy Morgan report1.As one in seven Australians live with some form of hearing loss2, we have compiled…

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21Feb2018

What is the Campaign for Better Hearing?

One in seven Australians live with some form of hearing loss1, but sadly, those affected are waiting an average of seven years before seeking hearing help, according to a Hearing Care Industry Association (HCIA) report1.In this time, people may experience…

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21Feb2018

World Hearing Day 2018: Hear the future

Every year, the World Health Organisation (WHO) has held World Hearing Day to highlight important issues surrounding ear health. The first such initiative in 2007, was originally known as International Ear Care Day, and the event continues to bring attention to…

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