Tinnitus Awareness Week 2017 – Irish Events

By Chrissy Hughes on 31st January 2017

Next week is Tinnitus Awareness Week 2017 and for the first time, several organizations from different countries will be working together to raise awareness of tinnitus. The aim is to organize activities around the globe that increase the awareness of tinnitus all in one week. I am delighted to hear this as I feel the impact…

Thank You For Supporting Sound Bounce On Kickstarter

By Chrissy Hughes on 27th January 2017

We would like to say a massive thank you to everyone for all of your support throughout our Kickstarter campaign. Exceeding our Kickstarter goal of €15,000 enables us to CE mark the Sound Bounce headsets and place our first bulk order. We expect the headsets to be completed and shipped in June 2017. We could…

Why We Are Asking You To Back Us On Kickstarter

By Chrissy Hughes on 13th January 2017

As a Community Manager, I feel that it is extremely important to let our community know about our business decisions and why we do things. At the end of December, we launched a Kickstarter campaign for our new hearing protection product, Sound Bounce. Sound Bounce isn’t just like any other hearing protection – more about…

6 Tips For A Silent Flight

By Chrissy Hughes on 11th January 2017

When traveling on an airplane it is important to know these travel tips in order to protect your hearing and have a comfortable flight. For example, you should know when booking your flight which seat to pick to reduce the chance of damaging your hearing due to the engine noise. While on a flight noise…

5 Hearing Related Christmas Gifts

By Chrissy Hughes on 21st December 2016

We Hope You Have a Very Merry Christmas First of all, we hope you have a wonderful Christmas and a Happy New Year. We’d love to hear about any hearing related gifts that you receive over the holidays so make sure to get in touch by email info@restoredhearing.com, Twitter, or Facebook. Here are our top…

Tips for Dealing with Tinnitus and Hearing Loss During the Festive Season

By Chrissy Hughes on 21st December 2016

It’s the time of year when friends and family get together for the holidays. We’ve put together tips for you and your loved ones to help keep your ears safe and to ensure everyone is included and able to enjoy the festive season. 1. Background Noise For those with hearing loss, and some people with tinnitus,…

Restored Hearing Launch The World’s First Smart Material Hearing Protection

By Clare Tarleton on 29th November 2016

In the modern world, noise is everywhere – we work, live, and socialise in noisy environments. Protecting people from noise is a global health necessity, with 50% of hearing damage being preventable according to the World Health Organisation. “Most of our environments do not have constant sound levels, instead having levels that vary. Different functions…

Pledge Your Support For Sound Bounce — The World’s First Smart Material Hearing Protection

By Chrissy Hughes on 14th November 2016

Today, the 14th of November 2016 we launched our Thunderclap campaign. Thunderclap is the first-ever crowd-speaking platform that helps people be heard by saying something together. It allows a single message to be mass-shared, flash mob-style, so it rises above the noise of your social networks. By boosting the signal at the same time, Thunderclap helps…

Tips To Keep You & Your Ears Safe This Halloween

By Clare Tarleton on 28th October 2016

With halloween around the corner here are some useful ways to enjoy the evening while keeping you and your ears safe!   Bonfires & Fireworks What You Need To Know If you are planning on attending a bonfire, make sure to enjoy from a distance. Keep well back from where the bonfire and fireworks are…

10 things I hate about hearing loss in the workplace

By Laura Lowles on 7th October 2016

1) Taking part in large meetings; if meetings tend to get a little rowdy, it can be impossible to tell who is speaking or what they are saying and it can be a very stressful experience. 2) When multiple phones are ringing; I have trouble distinguishing different phone tones and this means I often leave…