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Watch : Weekly TIPS from Adam Shulberg, Senior Audiologist | Cubex

15

Feb
2018

In Weekly Tip

By Jerusha Shulberg

Cubex Weekly TIP – Don’t stick cotton buds in your ears!

On 15, Feb 2018 | In Weekly Tip | By Jerusha Shulberg

THIS WEEK’S TIP: DON’T STICK EARBUDS IN YOUR EAR!

 

In this week’s TIP Senior Audiologist and Managing Director of Cubex, Adam Shulberg talks about ear hygiene and more specifically ear wax removal and micro-suction.

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Cubex Weekly TIP – This Week is Tinnitus Week

On 07, Feb 2018 | In Tinnitus, Weekly Tip | By Jerusha Shulberg

THIS WEEK’S TIP: THIS WEEK IS TINNITUS WEEK

The British tinnitus Association (BTA) is a national charity that supports people living with tinnitus.  This week,  the BTA joined forces with the international tinnitus community to shine a light on tinnitus.

We are grateful to David Stockdale, Chief Executive of the BTA who spoke to Adam Shulberg about the deeper context of tinnitus, the myths surrounding it and management techniques and strategies to improve life quality.
 
David also shares some insight into recent studies that look at the societal costs of tinnitus and a recently published and promising study that explores mindfulness based cognitive therapy as a tool to help support people with tinnitus.

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Cubex Weekly TIP – Tinnitus Week 2018

On 01, Feb 2018 | In Tinnitus, Weekly Tip | By Jerusha Shulberg

THIS WEEK’S TIP: TINNITUS WEEK IS TAKING PLACE FROM 5-11 FEBRUARY 2018!

 

This week, Adam speaks to the Chief Executive of the British Tinnitus Association, David Stockdale about the impact of tinnitus, the incredible work of the British Tinnitus Association and the Tinnitus Week 2018 campaign.
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11

Jan
2018

In Weekly Tip

By Jerusha Shulberg

Cubex Weekly TIP – Hearing vs Vision

On 11, Jan 2018 | In Weekly Tip | By Jerusha Shulberg

THIS WEEK’S TIP: GET YOUR HEARING CHECKED AS REGULARLY AS YOUR VISION

 

As with the eye, the ear’s performance is affected by wear and tear. However, reduced vision gradually makes reading harder as the letters get smaller, but hearing loss is different.

“It’s like a Jigsaw puzzle with pieces missing or reading a book with letter’s missing”

Adam Shulberg
Senior Audiologist and Managing Director

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20

Dec
2017

In Weekly Tip

By Sam

Cubex Weekly TIP – Stay happy this New Years!

On 20, Dec 2017 | In Weekly Tip | By Sam

THIS WEEK’S TIP: STAY HAPPY THIS NEW YEARS!

 

Have a great New Years, but be careful. Your hearing health is important, so make sure you’re take the necessary steps to keeping the noise at a managable level

“We hope you enjoy your new year’s festivities, but be mindful it can be quite a noisy time with fireworks, music and lots of fun things happening, but potentially it can put you at risk”

Adam Shulberg
Senior Audiologist and Managing Director

Watch today’s TIP with Senior Audiologist, Mr Adam Shulberg to learn more about connectivity in hearing aids.

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20

Dec
2017

In Weekly Tip

By Jerusha Shulberg

Cubex Weekly TIP – Hearing Aid Connectivity

On 20, Dec 2017 | In Weekly Tip | By Jerusha Shulberg

THIS WEEK’S TIP: HEARING AID CONNECTIVITY.

 

Use you hearing aid as your personal high definition wireless headphones. It is important to continue to enjoy staying connected with people, information and entertainment through devices such as mobile phones, televisions and home entertainment.

“There is a comprehensive and easy-to-use range of wireless devices developed to improve listening and communication experience. For maximum discretion and convenience, you can control your hearing aids with dedicated Apps or a remote control, connect to the Internet of Things and much more.”

Adam Shulberg
Senior Audiologist and Managing Director

Watch today’s TIP with Senior Audiologist, Mr Adam Shulberg to learn more about connectivity in hearing aids.

Read more about internet connected and made for iPhone hearing technology here.

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12

Dec
2017

In Weekly Tip

By Jerusha Shulberg

Cubex Weekly TIP – Keep noise levels down, speak clearly and try rephrasing sentences.

On 12, Dec 2017 | In Weekly Tip | By Jerusha Shulberg

THIS WEEK’S TIP: KEEP NOISE LEVELS DOWN, SPEAK CLEARLY AND TRY REPHRASING SENTENCES.

 

The season is upon us. It’s a time for family, gatherings and celebration. It is also a time when engaging in conversation can be very challenging for someone with reduced hearing ability. If you or a loved one experience hearing loss, there are a number of ways to make communication easier.

“When you’re in complex environments it becomes more challenging to communicate”

Adam Shulberg
Senior Audiologist and Managing Director

Watch this Week’s TIP to learn how to make your festive conversations easier, more effortless and an enjoyable experience.

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07

Dec
2017

In Weekly Tip

By Jerusha Shulberg

Cubex Weekly TIP – The Art of Listening

On 07, Dec 2017 | In Weekly Tip | By Jerusha Shulberg

THIS WEEK’S TIP: HEARING IS PASSIVE AND LISTENING IS DYNAMIC

 

From the moment we are born, listening is the first communication skill we engage in and this is how we learn and develop spoken language. It is our ability to select information with attention, intent and effort.

Listening also involves memory, knowledge, thinking, problem solving, intellectual capacity and application of learned and acquired knowledge to new situations. It allows us to focus on the sound information we find useful whilst filtering out noises in the environment or background.

Long-term untreated hearing loss can impact on cognitive ability. The longer you deprive your brain of sound the more time it may take you to redevelop the cognitive skill of listening.

Adam Shulberg
Senior Audiologist and Managing Director

Watch this week’s TIP to learn more about the Art of Listening

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30

Nov
2017

In Weekly Tip

By Jerusha Shulberg

Weekly Tip: We Hear with our Brain

On 30, Nov 2017 | In Weekly Tip | By Jerusha Shulberg

THIS WEEK’S TIP: WE HEAR WITH OUR BRAIN

 

When we think hearing, we immediately think ears.  However, the organ of hearing is a complex system that consists of 2 ears and a brain. 

We are constantly bombarded with many different sound sources and the partnership between the brain and the ears gives humans the remarkable ability to effortlessly deconstruct our complex and ever changing world of sound.

When one starts to develop reduced hearing the information that is received at the Brain is incomplete, somewhat muddled at times and confused…

Adam Shulberg
Senior Audiologist and Managing Director

Hearing loss disrupts this natural relationship and the brain receives information that is incomplete making it difficult to make sense of sound.

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23

Nov
2017

In Weekly Tip

By Jerusha Shulberg

Weekly Tip: Protect your hearing this Christmas

On 23, Nov 2017 | In Weekly Tip | By Jerusha Shulberg

THIS WEEK’S TIP: PROTECT YOUR HEARING THIS CHRISTMAS

 

Our world is generally filled with noise; electrical appliances in the kitchen, traffic, using the underground, concerts, festivals, listening to music through iPods at high volume. However, for many, it gets even noisier during the festive season.

If you are listening to sound at 85dB for more than four hours it can create problems for you later on…

Adam Shulberg
Senior Audiologist and Managing Director

Watch this week’s TIP to learn three simple steps to safer hearing.

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