Restored Hearing show their continued support for the British Tinnitus Association

By Chrissy Hughes on 26th November 2015

  Restored Hearing show their continued support for the British Tinnitus Association, 26 November 2015 Restored Hearing has pledged their on-going support of the British Tinnitus Association (BTA) by renewing their agreement to be a Corporate Member of the charity, helping to raise awareness of tinnitus and to support the BTA’s services helping those affected by…

8 Things An Audiologist Can Do For You

By Chrissy Hughes on 18th November 2015

What is an audiologist and what can they do for you? Lots actually! An audiologist is a professional in the healthcare industry and can diagnose, treat, evaluate, and manage hearing issues in newborns, children, and adults. We have compiled a list of 8 things that your hearing professional can help you with. 1. Give you…

Customer Story – Gavin Teehan

By Chrissy Hughes on 13th November 2015

My name is Gavin Teehan, and I have been profoundly deaf since I was a baby. I was born on 17th April 1983. I am revolutionising recruitment and making change for the better. Founder & COO of Introview. The second I was born, doctors knew there was something wrong with me – I had a Diaphragmatic…

Veterans Day 2015

By Chrissy Hughes on 11th November 2015

Today is Veterans Day so we thought we’d talk a little about the effect of service on people’s hearing. Hearing loss and tinnitus are the number 1 and 2 most common reported injuries in veterans since World War I. Tinnitus affects an incredible 840,000 service members in the US. Veterans, and active service men and…

Share Your Story

By Chrissy Hughes on 21st October 2015

Here at Restored Hearing we are always interested in what type of content our community wants to read so we thought, why not allow our readers to submit their own stories, thoughts, tips and news in relation to tinnitus or hearing? Would you like to share your tinnitus journey with others? Are you an audiologist…

Have You Ever Had A Hearing Aid Party?

By Chrissy Hughes on 18th September 2015

Shari Eberts is a hearing health advocate, writer and speaker. She blogs atLivingWithHearingLoss.com and serves on the board of Hearing Health Foundation, a non-profit organization funding research into biological treatments and cures for hearing loss and tinnitus. Shari has an adult-onset genetic hearing loss and tinnitus and hopes that by sharing her story it will help others to live more peacefully with their…

The History of Hearing Aids

By Chrissy Hughes on 4th September 2015

Shelley Webb, Senior Products Contribution Editor and Hearing Aid Expert has provided an excellent guest blog post for us this week about the development of hearing aids over the years. She is a registered nurse, geriatric care manager and freelance writer who concentrates on the subjects of eldercare and health. Let us know what you think…

Listen Up!

By Chrissy Hughes on 27th August 2015

Ensuring that our hearing is protected is something that many take for granted. With statistics indicating that in excess of 360 million people suffer from noise-induced hearing loss globally, it is vital that more care is taken with regard to safety. 16% of noise-induced hearing loss is accredited to excessive noise in work environments. It…

Top 5 Hearing Blog Posts

By Chrissy Hughes on 26th August 2015

This week I wanted to compile the most interesting and useful blog posts about hearing and tinnitus. I spend a lot of time reading different posts and articles about hearing and I finally narrowed it down to these 5 superstars. If you would like to suggest a blog that you find helpful please let us…

6 Things That Could Damage Your Hearing

By Chrissy Hughes on 21st August 2015

This week I’ve compiled a list of 6 things that could damage your hearing. As always, please let us know if you have any to add to the list and we would be happy to share your tips! You can contact us in the comment section below, on Twitter or over on Facebook. Cotton buds…