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Do you, or does someone you know, keep mishearing things? Well, why not book a free, no obligation consultation with one of our qualified hearing aid audiologists? House of Hearing is Scotland’s premier independent dispenser of hearing aids and audiological…

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We all know that hearing loss is bad news for your ears, but did you know that it could affect your mental health? That’s according to a recent study which has found that untreated hearing loss is connected to with…

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March the 3rd is officially World Hearing Day. This is a day promoted by the World Health Organization (WHO) to raise awareness on prevention of hearing loss and to promote healthy hearing practices around the world. Every year, they choose…

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Those who are showing signs of memory loss could in fact have a hearing problem, and this memory loss could be the start of Alzheimer’s disease, according to a recent Canadian study. Alzheimer’s disease is the most common type of…

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Those who suffer from hearing loss can find it very difficult to communicate with other people. It’s something we take for granted as long as our ears are healthy, but when something so basic as our hearing is compromised, understanding…

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Affecting 1 in 10 adults in the UK, tinnitus is a growing problem in our increasingly noisy world. We define it as the feeling of hearing sound even though there isn’t any around. It is mostly associated with hearing loss…

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As we reach a certain point in our life, we get to rest after a job well done. The kids are all safety tucked away at university, we might have made changes to our working life to allow a better…

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Making a New Year’s resolution is a great way to make a positive change in your life, whether it means getting that gym membership, prioritizing sleep, or taking steps towards financial literacy. But there’s one new year’s resolution that you…

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Hearing loss negatively affects the health of the brain as it ages–but why? A number of studies carried out around the world have revealed a link between hearing loss and an increased risk of cognitive decline, but none have been…

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Seeing a film on the big screen, attending a play or taking in the latest art exhibition: it’s easy to take these culturally enriching experiences for granted. But for hard of hearing and deaf people across the UK, these events…

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