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Meniere’s Disease: a personal perspective

You might have seen that in October, The Hearing Centre is hosting a free open day in Market Harborough. At the event, there will be expert advice, hearing aid manufacturers and three talks about varying hearing topics. We’re thrilled to announce that one of these...

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Join our free open day in Market Harborough

We're pleased to announce that we are hosting a free open day in Market Harborough on Saturday 7th October to talk about hearing loss and new hearing technologies. Harborough residents and visitors from surrounding towns and villages will have the opportunity to find...

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Where to buy hearing aids in Market Harborough

It’s possible to buy hearing aids from lots of places in Market Harborough, including chemists and opticians.  However, the best way to ensure that you are getting the right hearing aid for you, specific to your hearing needs, is to visit an audiologist. The Hearing...

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What is age-related hearing loss?

If you have ever had problems with your hearing, you will have heard about age-related hearing loss. After all, age is the main cause of hearing loss in the UK. But what does it mean and how does age affect hearing? Age-related hearing loss As you get older, it’s...

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Tinnitus, the big problem for DJs

Tinnitus can affect anyone, but for a performer who spends most nights in loud environments, the likelihood of developing the hearing problem increases. As we’re sure you know, after going to a dance club or music concert, it’s likely that you will leave the venue...

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No protection results in hearing loss for Belgian PM

Hearing problems can become apparent through years of wear and tear. With age being the most common cause of hearing loss, problems are usually gradual and are influenced by decisions made over the years. However, although less common, hearing loss can come about...

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Changes that will immediately improve your hearing health

There are more than 11 million people in the UK with hearing loss and Action on Hearing Loss estimate that the number will rise to 15.6 million by 2035. Anyone suffering from hearing loss is in good company, but if something can be done about it, most will choose to...

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Hearing problems when flying

We’ve previously spoken about the precautions that should be made when you’re on your summer holidays. From maintaining and using your hearing aid abroad, to ear protection when swimming. But what about when travelling to your holiday destination? Ear discomfort is an...

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