Common Tinnitus Myths

Published on 1st June 2015

Tinnitus amongst sufferers is most commonly described as being a buzzing, ringing, hissing, humming, roaring and/or whistling in their ears and around 6 million people in the UK suffer with this condition. There are a number of myths that surround tinnitus and ... Read Article

Would you like a mute button for your tinnitus?

Published on 28th May 2015

A brand new medical device, which has been on the market in the Republic of Ireland since December 2014, helps to train the brain to ignore and stop a person’s tinnitus symptoms. In early trials this ground breaking new device is thought ... Read Article

The link between Hand Arm Vibration Syndrome and Noise Induced Hearing Loss

Published on 22nd May 2015

A number of studies have been carried out to test whether there is a link between hand arm vibration syndrome (HAVS) and noise induced hearing loss (NIHL). Hand arm vibration syndrome can develop following regular use of hand held power tools which ... Read Article

Are you more likely to get noise induced hearing loss than me?

Published on 20th May 2015

Noise induced hearing loss has long been known to affect people in different ways and in severity. Some people who have found themselves working in a noisy environment for 20 or 30 years can end up having less hearing loss than another ... Read Article