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My 48 hour sponsored silence to take on tinnitus

Posted on: Friday, October 24, 2014 by james robins

Portrait photo of Eddie Leader.Loud music can permanently damage your hearing and cause tinnitus, but many clubbers and gig-goers continue to take risks by going to live events without wearing earplugs.

DJ and producer, Eddie Leader, tells us how tinnitus has affected him and why he’s taking on a 48 hour sponsored silence challenge to raise awareness and vital funds to help us silence tinnitus for good.

Masking your tinnitus

Posted on: Friday, February 7, 2014 by Hannah Moysey

Kevin Taylor from our products teamThis week is Tinnitus Awareness Week. Tinnitus can have an intrusive effect on your life, but it doesn’t have to be this way. There are many different therapies and products to help you manage your tinnitus so that it has little or no impact on your life.

One of these is masking; the use of relaxing therapy sounds to help mask the sound of your tinnitus.

In our latest blog, our technology guru Kevin Taylor explains the benefits of using masking therapy.

We wish you a Merry Christmas

Posted on: Thursday, December 19, 2013 by Hannah Moysey

Paul Breckell, Chief Executive of Action on Hearing LossIt's that time of year again when we look back on everything we have done throughout 2013.

Our Chief Executive, Paul Breckell, and service users in Bath would like to wish you a very Merry Christmas.

Behind the scenes of our Loud Music campaign

Posted on: Thursday, May 3, 2012 by Louis Adamou

Loud Music campaign.Welcome behind the scenes of the Loud Music campaign.

We had a lot of fun shooting the campaign ad and posters, but we didn’t forget the important message behind it – Loud Music causes hearing damage, so if you want to keep listening, you need to protect your ears.

Bring your family together

Posted on: Tuesday, January 3, 2012 by Tony Kinson
Two women at an eventDid you enjoy spending time with your family over Christmas? For those with hearing loss, it’s important to spend time with family and also to be able to communicate comfortably.

That’s why, in January you can ensure you family stays together all year round. You may be thinking, Christmas was great, but what next?