Thank You For Taking Part in World Tinnitus Day 2016

By Chrissy Hughes on 18th April 2016

We are truly amazed at the amount of people who got involved in World Tinnitus Day today, I hope we raised awareness near and far thanks to the help of all of you! If you shared a social media post, engaged with us online, told a friend about our initiative or wrote a blog post…

World Tinnitus Day – Eimear O’ Carroll, Tinnitus In A Global Context

By Eimear O' Carroll on 15th April 2016

Tinnitus in a Global Context Tinnitus is a truly global problem with 1 in 10 people affected worldwide. For an issue with such a far reach, it’s not spoken about nearly enough; this was one of the main reasons we established World Tinnitus Day last year. People who experience tinnitus often consider it not to…

World Tinnitus Day – Nic Wray, About the British Tinnitus Association

By Chrissy Hughes on 15th April 2016

Nic Wray is the Communications Manager for the British Tinnitus Association. She kindly offered to share a blog post with us explaining all the great work that they do in raising awareness about tinnitus. Nic is getting involved in #WorldTinnitusDay because she believes that tinnitus is an invisible and often misunderstood condition. Raising awareness is key…

World Tinnitus Day – Laura Lowles, My Life With Tinnitus

By Laura Lowles on 15th April 2016

Bzzzz. Ringgggg. Grrrrr. This is what I hear from the moment I wake up. It’s hard to ignore at the crack of dawn when all is silent. It makes me want to go back to sleep straight away, I feel like I haven’t had respite from it despite being asleep for the past 8 (or more) hours. I usually…

World Tinnitus Day – Shari Eberts, What Is That Noise!?! – My Take on Living with Tinnitus

By Chrissy Hughes on 15th April 2016

Shari Eberts is a hearing health advocate, writer and speaker. She blogs at LivingWithHearingLoss.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 own…

World Tinnitus Day – Emily Broomhead, What Is Plug’em?

By Chrissy Hughes on 15th April 2016

Emily Broomhead is the Project Manager for the British Tinnitus Association. As lead on the BTA’s Plug’em campaign, Emily is very keen on tinnitus and prevention – in her Blog, she tells us more about the campaign and why you should help spread awareness of tinnitus and prevention on #WorldTinnitusDay. As its #WorldTinnitusDay, I wanted to get involved…

World Tinnitus Day – Angela Doherty RHAD, MISHAA, Misconceptions About Tinnitus

By Chrissy Hughes on 15th April 2016

Angela Doherty is a hearing aid audiologist and co-founder of Connect Hearing. She is based at Connect Hearing’s Stillorgan practice and other Dublin centres. She is a registered hearing aid dispenser (RHAD) with the HCPC and a member of ISHAA. She has worked in hearing healthcare for over 12 years and has a great interest in the treatment…

World Tinnitus Day 2016 Kick-Off

By Chrissy Hughes on 15th April 2016

World Tinnitus Day has just kicked off! We can’t believe a year has gone by already. World Tinnitus Day is sponsored by Restored Hearing and our aim is to engage a global cohort of organisations, healthcare professionals, those who suffer from tinnitus, and the general public in learning about and raising awareness of tinnitus. We…

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…