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…

Wired for Sound – Advancements In Cochlear Implants

By Eimear O' Carroll on 4th August 2016

A couple of weeks ago we had the pleasure of attending a Creative Minds Series talk, hosted by the US Ambassador to Ireland, Kevin O’Malley. The Creative Minds Series invites prominent U.S. innovators and artists to share their expertise with Irish audiences. The goal is to create new collaborations and encourage more creative linkages between…

Take Tinnitus Into Your Own Hands With Our App Features

By Chrissy Hughes on 23rd March 2016

About our website Here at Restored Hearing, we pride ourselves on the community we serve and making sure that we are always listening and improving features for each and every person that visits our website. So what makes us different to any other company offering a tinnitus treatment? Our community is front and centre when it…

What you should be doing if you have tinnitus – Tinnitus Handicap Inventory (THI)

By Eimear O' Carroll on 2nd March 2016

Why do the THI? Tracking tinnitus severity doesn’t need to be the sole preserve of researchers and clinicians. Patient powered health is one of the most interesting concepts to emerge from modern medicine in the last 5-10 years and it’s all about patients understanding and having influence over their own healthcare. This is particularly simple…

Silence Is Golden, Tinnitus Awareness Week 2016

By Laura Lowles on 2nd February 2016

Silence is golden…or so they say. As February 8th – 14th marks Tinnitus Awareness Week, I thought I would dedicate this post to all things Tinnitus. Tinnitus, is the name given to noises that some people hear in their ears or heads, commonly described as a buzzing/ringing or hissing noise which has no known external…

Merry Christmas & A Happy New Year

By Chrissy Hughes on 23rd December 2015

We wanted to write a short blog post to thank you for supporting Restored Hearing over the past year. It’s been an amazing one, to say the least! Here are some of the highlights of 2015: We launched our first app for our tinnitus sound therapy, Sound Relief; We have received overwhelming positive feedback about…

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…

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…

5 Steps To Healthy Hearing

By Chrissy Hughes on 12th June 2015

According to the World Health Organisation 50% of hearing loss and impairment is avoidable with early detection, prevention and management. At Restored Hearing we have a vision of the world where there is no avoidable hearing damage and so we create products and raise awareness to make healthy hearing a priority and achievable goal for…