Ear Health Hub

Prevention is better than cure and we have simple tips tomaintain your ear health. If, however, you are experiencing hearing loss or ear pain, it’s time to see an audiologist. Our Hidden Hearing audiologists are available at 80 locations around Ireland, so book in for a FREE screening or hearing test.

Earwax
Earwax is a naturally occurring substance in the ear canal. Earwax assists in the cleaning and lubrication of the ear canal. Some people suffer from excessive earwax, and this can be managed by the use of drops or irrigation. Wax can cause hearing loss, and can interfere with the use of a hearing aid.
Earwax
Menieres Disease
Meniere's disease is a condition of the inner-ear that causes a type of dizziness that makes you feel like you are spinning. It can also cause you to experience tinnitus, hearing loss, nausea and pressure inside your ear. It typically affects only one ear.
Menieres Disease
Ear infection
Ear infections are very common and more so in children and there can be many different types. Sometimes ear infections will resolve themselves however if your symptoms are bothersome or do not improve after 3 days, we would advise you to visit your GP.
Ear Infection
Eustachian tube
The Eustachian tubes are the openings that connect the middle ear with the cavities in the sinuses. If a eustachian tube opens wider than it should, it can cause the person suffering from the condition to hear unusual sounds; for instance hearing their own voice too loudly or even hearing their own breathing.
Eustachian Tube Dysfunction
Itchy Ears
Itchy ears can be caused by many factors from a build-up of earwax to an ear infection. They may cause mild to moderate discomfort but they are usually not too serious.
Ear Cleaning
Ear cleaning
Earwax is a vital bodily fluid that lubricates the ear canal and protects the tiny hairs that enable us to hear. However, an excess of earwax can cause problems, including hearing loss. 
Ear Cleaning
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