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Nine lifestyle changes that can reduce dementia risk, including treating your hearing loss.

On 27, Jul 2017 | In Arts & Lifestyle | By Jerusha Shulberg

According to an international study in the Lancet, one in three cases of dementia could be prevented if more people looked after their brain health throughout life.

 
It is currently estimated that 47 million people are living with Dementia at the moment. By 2050, This number could reach 131 million people globally.

The study explores the lifestyle factors that play a major role in reducing the risk of dementia and examines the benefits of building a “cognitive reserve”, which means strengthening the brain’s networks so it can continue to function in later life despite damage.
 

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Dec
2016

In Product

By Jerusha Shulberg

‘Smart’ hearing aid technology – a thing of the future?

On 07, Dec 2016 | In Product | By Jerusha Shulberg

Apple’s latest change to remove the headphone jack and replace the traditional plug-in ear phones with wireless AirPods has sparked some considerable conversation. AirPods could change the way we use headphones with its instant ability to connect to your iPhone as soon as it is turned on, to adjusting the volume of playback music, changing a song, getting directions by activating Siri or making a call wirelessly. We have been using this type of advanced wireless technology to make life easier for people with hearing loss for some time! Could forward-thinking companies like Apple be making connected hearing devices the ‘thing’ to wear?

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28

Oct
2016

In Professional News

By Rosie Williams

Study: Hearing gets more tiring for the brain as we age

On 28, Oct 2016 | In Professional News | By Rosie Williams

With support from Sonova, a recent and globally unique study by the University of Zurich has been looking at the consequences of age-related hearing loss in the brain. The study has allowed neuropsychologists to visually map and measure the consequences of age-related hearing loss in the brain.

The results show that although the ageing brain requires intensive training in order to regain a better understanding of speech when using hearing instruments, an ageing brain can still relearn how to process speech. This supports the belief that hearing does not just take place in the ear, but also as a cognitive process in the brain.

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05

Jul
2016

In Product

By Jerusha Shulberg

Introducing the world’s first hearing aid that connects to the internet

On 05, Jul 2016 | In Product | By Jerusha Shulberg

Open yourself up to a world of possibilities on the IFTTT network with the new Oticon Opn™

Available for personalisation at Cubex now!

New treatment technology in Oticon Opn™ represents a paradigm shift in hearing care and is the worlds first hearing aid with two wireless communication systems providing the fastest and most precise audiological performance and enabling easy connectivity to audio devices and the internet.
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Video: hearing aids help to keep your brain fit

On 29, Jun 2016 | In Professional News | By Jerusha Shulberg

The Eriksholm Research Centre have shared this short but interesting video featuring Professor Hélène Amieva, a leading researcher in the Neuropsychology and Epidemiology of Aging at the University of Bordeaux, France, who discusses her 25 year study that shows that hearing aids reduce the risk of cognitive decline in older adults. It is well documented that untreated hearing conditions can lead to an increase in anxiety, stress, depression, poorer communication and eventual isolation. Hearing aids used as part of a individualised treatment plan can help to manage the negative effects of hearing loss and reduce accelerated cognitive decline!

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May
2016

In Tinnitus

By Jerusha Shulberg

Study reveals ‘severity’ of tinnitus can be related to emotional processing

On 25, May 2016 | In Tinnitus | By Jerusha Shulberg

A recent study at the University of Illinois has looked further into the experience of tinnitus starting with the brain, looking more closely into how the brain processes emotions in two groups of people – those with tinnitus and those without.

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15

Mar
2016

In News

By Jerusha Shulberg

Brain Awareness Week Special Offer

On 15, Mar 2016 | In News | By Jerusha Shulberg

Listening is where Hearing meets the Brain
Beck 2011

Brain Hearing Assessment (2hrs) now just £70, 00

Normal Fee – £90,00

 

Hearing is a Brain Process

Hearing is a sense, however, understanding what we hear is a brain process. Your ears deliver sound to your brain where meaning is applied through use of cognitive functions like, listening, understanding and memory.

Like our vision, our hearing is constantly changing. However, unlike eye sight, hearing is an easy thing to take for granted and for many, the impact of hearing loss on the brain is often overlooked. If you have a hearing loss, access to your world of sound is compromised and there is less stimulation of the brain. Making sense of speech based communication is difficult and requires more mental effort or ‘brain power’ which often leads to withdrawal from social interaction and an increased risk of mental decline.

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30

Mar
2015

In Product

By Jerusha Shulberg

Treatment Technologies

On 30, Mar 2015 | In Product | By Jerusha Shulberg

Introducing…

The Next Generation 
BrainHearingTM Techology, powered by the Inium Sense Platform.
Sound is one thing, making sense is another… At Cubex; we think brain first!

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Introducing the NEW Alta2 hearing aid from Oticon

On 09, Mar 2015 | No Comments | In Product | By Jerusha Shulberg

SOUND IS ONE THING. MAKING SENSE IS EVERYTHING.

Delivering what the brain needs…

A great hearing aid is one that will give you clear speech understanding, ensure you don’t feel tired at the end of the day and deliver sound that sounds natural to you. Alta2 will give you all this in the most discreet devices possible. The latest hearing aid from the Danish company comes with every one of Oticon’s BrainHearing™ technologies. These technologies are designed to deliver the right sounds to the brain so that four natural functions can be carried so you can make sense of sound:

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Nov
2014

No Comments

In Musicians

By Sam

Even A Few Years Of Music Training Benefits The Brain

On 27, Nov 2014 | No Comments | In Musicians | By Sam

Music has a remarkable ability to affect and manipulate how we feel. Simply listening to songs we like stimulates the brain’s reward system, creating feelings of pleasure and comfort. But music goes beyond our hearts to our minds, shaping how we think. Scientific evidence suggests that even a little music training when we’re young can shape how brains develop, improving the ability to differentiate sounds and speech.

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