Tinnitus is a frustrating condition that can be extremely difficult to live with. Currently, there is no successful way to treat tinnitus, although hearing aids can be used to reduce the symptoms. However, recent developments in sound therapy have been More….
Many people in Ireland suffer from tinnitus and usually describe it as a ringing, buzzing or whistling noise. It is surprisingly common, with around 18% of the population find that they can suffer from it at some stage in their More….
Depression is a major challenge to health in the WHO European Region and is the focus of World Health Day 2017. The theme “Depression: let’s talk” recognizes that depression is a treatable condition and seeks to address the fact that, More….
Tinnitus affects about 10 – 20% per cent of adults according to the Hearing Heath Foundation. You might find that this St Patrick’s Day during the festivities while watching the parade, there might be some temporary ringing in your ears after. This More….
Irish Mobile Phone Users Risking Serious Hearing Damage by Setting Volume Levels to the Max – 1 in 2 young people aged 18-24 showing early signs of noise-induced hearing loss – Wednesday, 22nd February 2017: A third (33%) of Irish More….