Industrial deafness, also known was ‘occupational deafness’ or ‘noise induced hearing loss’, is one of the most common occupational illnesses. It is caused when people are subjected to high levels of noise in a working environment without utilising suitable hearing More….
Check out our Noise Thermometer It is well established that long-term exposure to loud noise can damage hearing, sometimes irreparably, but few people understand how to assess loud noise. And although sound meters are now available on most smartphones (See More….
As it turns out, your ears could use a filter sometimes, too, especially if you have hearing loss. When your hearing is normal, your brain tunes out distractions and background noises. Even so, we find ourselves turning down the radio More….
Over a quarter of all adults over 55 admit to having hearing difficulty according to new research from Hidden Hearing, Ireland’s premier professional provider of hearing healthcare. Hidden Hearing made the announcement at the launch of Hearing Awareness Week, Hidden More….
A recent survey revealed that while hearing loss is on the rise among adults in general, teachers are at a higher risk than other workers. Sounds such as noisy classrooms, loud announcements and the harsh ringing of the school bell More….