Deep Listening
  • Oct 20 2020
  • 600 recent views

Deep Listening

Conscious listening creates understanding. Not being able to hear creates frustration, misunderstanding and confusion.

Deep Listening

Hear Better than Anyone in the Room
  • Sep 08 2020
  • 382 recent views

Hear Better than Anyone in the Room

Hearing aid accessories can really work for you in difficult to hear scenarios, here are 4 products listed on www.HearingAidPrices.com.au

Hear Better than Anyone in the Room

Sound Wavelength and Loudness
  • Aug 12 2020
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Sound Wavelength and Loudness

Loudness is purely the strength of the sound wave - known as its amplitude. The loudness you perceive is a mix of perception and psychology. Decibels (dB) are a measure of the level of sound. Decibels operate on a logarithmic scale (not linear).

Sound Wavelength and Loudness

Sudden Deafness
  • Feb 10 2020
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Sudden Deafness

Most Hearing loss is acquired through recreational and workplace noise, illness, medications and as part of the process of ageing. Sudden sensorineural hearing loss (SSHL), commonly known as sudden deafness, is an unexplained, rapid loss of hearing either all at once or over a few days.

Sudden Deafness

Hearing Better in Meetings
  • Dec 17 2019
  • 480 recent views

Hearing Better in Meetings

When it comes to hearing, technology is your friend. The extra processing power that has improved hearing aids have also helped accessories and general apps that can make your working life easier.

Hearing Better in Meetings

Can meditation improve hearing?
  • Dec 09 2019
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Can meditation improve hearing?

The overproduction of adrenaline can reduce blood circulation in the inner ear or even stop it completely. How your brain manages attention can be improved by meditation. Hearing can therefore be improved by meditation, because your brain is more effective.

Can meditation improve hearing?

Over 50s
  • Nov 18 2019
  • 415 recent views

Over 50s

The Myths Surrounding Over-50s. And why your business may not be booming

Over 50s

One Hearing Aid or Two?
  • Feb 06 2019
  • 446 recent views

One Hearing Aid or Two?

If you have a hearing loss in both ears the simple answer is two hearing aids. Why? Because that is how your brain is designed to work at its optimal best as explained in this article.

One Hearing Aid or Two?

Hearing augmentation devices - IQBuds
  • Feb 21 2017
  • 505 recent views

Hearing augmentation devices - IQBuds

Hearing aid wearers will be interested in the new wearable technology Nuhearas IQbuds created in Australia.

Hearing augmentation devices - IQBuds

Childrens Hearing Linked to Social Disadvantage
  • Dec 08 2016
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Childrens Hearing Linked to Social Disadvantage

It is now understood that chronic ear disease and the resulting deafness is a major cause of social disadvantage. If a child can't hear it is difficult to learn, it's difficult to gain an education or a job.

Childrens Hearing Linked to Social Disadvantage

Hearing with Less Effort
  • Oct 24 2016
  • 664 recent views

Hearing with Less Effort

Studies have shown that even when younger and older adults have similar hearing thresholds and speech discrimination ability in quiet, older adults will perform worse on speech discrimination tasks in noise than their younger counterparts (Kricos 2006).

Hearing with Less Effort

Seven Thousand Ways to Listen
  • Jan 25 2016
  • 404 recent views

Seven Thousand Ways to Listen

The title of Mark Nepo's book "Seven Thousand Ways to Listen" refers to his conversation with an African linguist who discusses the world has around 7,000 languages.

Seven Thousand Ways to Listen

Hearing Loss and Dementia
  • Oct 01 2015
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Hearing Loss and Dementia

Hearing loss is independently associated with incidental-cause dementia. Whether hearing loss is a marker for early-stage dementia or is actually a modifiable risk factor for dementia deserves further study.

Hearing Loss and Dementia

Hearing and your baby
  • Dec 18 2012
  • 387 recent views

Hearing and your baby

Only one or two children in every 1,000 have significant permanent hearing loss.

Hearing and your baby

Music to your ears
  • May 28 2012
  • 421 recent views

Music to your ears

Guitar teacher Jeff who teaches Guitar Lessons Gold Coast advises getting good quality speakers and audio system.

Music to your ears

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