How do you remove ear wax?

How do you remove ear wax?

Ear Wax Ear wax develops in the cartilage area of our ear canals.  This is the first two-thirds of our canal.  When we talk or chew, the ear canal moves slightly, and the wax gradually migrates out of the ear with this movement.  We then wash it away...
What Happens During A Hearing Test?

What Happens During A Hearing Test?

What is a hearing test? A hearing test is carried out by an audiologist (hearing health care professional) and is used to determine your current quality and level of hearing to assess if hearing aids or treatment are necessary to improve your quality of life. Hearing...
What Happens During A Hearing Test?

Early Signs Of Hearing Loss In Adults

Spotting the first signs of hearing loss will help minimise any damage and enable you to take action before it’s too late. Hearing loss generally doesn’t happen over night it is a gradual change for most, making the first signs hard to spot, left untreated it can lead...
Do Your Ears Feel Blocked?

Do Your Ears Feel Blocked?

If your ears feel blocked, clogged up or sounds seem muffled then there are some simple steps to take to improve your situation. IS IT EAR WAX BLOCKING YOUR EARS? Earwax is the most common cause of blocked ears or quieter hearing. This build-up happens when your ears...
How Hearing Aids Can Help Your Tinnitus

How Hearing Aids Can Help Your Tinnitus

WHAT IS TINNITUS Tinnitus is normally a ringing sound you hear without any obvious source, although there is no cure for tinnitus hearing aids can help. Tinnitus is more common than most people think, over 11% of people aged 18 years and over say they have...