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Weekly Tip Archives - Cubex

23

Nov
2017

In Weekly Tip

By Sam

Weekly Tip: Protect your hearing this Christmas

On 23, Nov 2017 | In Weekly Tip | By Sam

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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16

Nov
2017

In Weekly Tip

By Sam

Weekly Tip: It’s not just about audibility; it’s about making sense of sound

On 16, Nov 2017 | In Weekly Tip | By Sam

THIS WEEK’S TIP: IT’S NOT JUST ABOUT AUDIBILITY; IT’S ABOUT MAKING SENSE OF SOUND

 

We live and communicate in a complex world of sound, where speech and sound is all around us…

Adam Shulberg
Senior Audiologist and Managing Director

Hearing aids are highly sophisticated electronic devices that are designed to deliver sound to the brain. A common misconception is that the role of a hearing aid is purely to make things louder, however, improving hearing depends on so much more.

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09

Nov
2017

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By Sam

Weekly Tip: Better hearing is not just about volume

On 09, Nov 2017 | In Weekly Tip | By Sam

THIS WEEK’S TIP: BETTER HEARING IS NOT JUST ABOUT VOLUME

 

It is a common misconception that reduced hearing ability can be improved by making things louder. Whilst this may be partially true, you will find that successful hearing and communication is dependent on a number of factors.

Speech is very complex, even the simplest word is made up of a multitude of different frequencies…

Adam Shulberg
Senior Audiologist and Managing Director

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02

Nov
2017

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By Sam

Weekly Tip: Rechargeable Hearing Aids

On 02, Nov 2017 | In Weekly Tip | By Sam

THIS WEEK’S TIP: BE AWARE OF YOUR OPTIONS AND CONSIDER WHAT WORKS FOR YOU

 

Having the convenience of a rechargeable battery is very helpful and is being well received by people who are dependant on support from hearing technology but be mindful that there are many different options…

Adam Shulberg
Senior Audiologist and Managing Director

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27

Oct
2017

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By Sam

Weekly Tip: Communication Relationships

On 27, Oct 2017 | In Weekly Tip | By Sam

THIS WEEKS TIP:
BE AWARE OF THE IMPACT OF REDUCED HEARING ABILITY ON COMMUNICATION RELATIONSHIPS

Hearing loss is more than a reduction in your ability to hear. It is a barrier to your world of communication affecting you and the people with whom you communicate with.

 

Quite often, it is our loved ones who suffer the most as a result of untreated hearing loss. These important people play a significant role at various points along your journey to better hearing. They pass through a wide range of feelings and experiences themselves.

It is important that you explore how this impacts and put in place strategies that will reduce the effort of communication…

Adam Shulberg
Senior Audiologist and Managing Director

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16

Oct
2017

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By Sam

Weekly Tip: Don’t ignore the signs

On 16, Oct 2017 | In Weekly Tip | By Sam

THIS WEEKS TIP: DON’T IGNORE THE SIGNS

Recognize the early signs of reduced hearing ability.

 

Reduced hearing sensitivity impacts on our ability to communicate with our loved ones and to fully experience important human connections; nature and the world around us. Yet, people with reduced hearing wait an average of 10 years before seeking professional advice.

It’s really important that you recognize the signs and if people around you suggest that there might be a problem then check it out because there probably is…

Adam Shulberg
Senior Audiologist and Managing Director

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11

Oct
2017

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By Sam

Weekly Tip: The noisy World we live in

On 11, Oct 2017 | In Weekly Tip | By Sam

THIS WEEKS TIP: THE NOISY WORLD WE LIVE IN

 

Most of us are exposed to loud noise every day and as result of this are at risk of hearing loss, this is called Sociocusis – the accumulated effects that living in a noisy modern society has on our hearing. This is preventable.

Be aware, move away from the noise source and protect your ears, some sounds are a lot more harmful than you may realise…

Adam Shulberg
Senior Audiologist and Managing Director

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01

Oct
2017

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By Sam

Introducing our Weekly Tip

On 01, Oct 2017 | In Weekly Tip | By Sam

Introducing the Cubex weekly TIP with Senior Audiologist and Managing Director, Adam Shulberg.

 

Each week Adam will share a short video that gives insight into the world of Audiology today, developments in the industry, patient journey’s and personal stories.

T – Something relevant in today’s world and recent current events
I – Something from inside the industry and new technological developments
P – A personal or patient story worth sharing

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