Mar 2, 2023 - Hearing Care
We all understand the huge value of staying connected, particularly after the pandemic, and the critical role it plays in both our physical and mental wellbeing. With that in mind, we've put together some top tips to help those communication partners, as well as individuals with hearing loss, to help keep your conversations going.
Festival season is well and truly underway, with Glastonbury starting things off back in June and plenty more to come this month, including, Rewind, Reading & Leeds and Carfest, to name a few! But did you know that festivals can present potential dangers for your eyes and ears?
Jun 6, 2022 - Hearing Care
Whilst ear infections are more common in children, they can affect adults too. Symptoms of an ear infection usually include feeling sick, lack of energy, high temperature, and itching in and around the ear. Whilst the majority of cases clear up by themselves after three days, there are actions you can take to avoid ear infections occurring in the first place.
Apr 12, 2022 - Hearing Care
Stress can cause a wide range of health problems, including hearing issues, so, we’d like to show you the signs to look for and help you prevent stress-related hearing loss before it gets serious.
Here at Leightons Opticians and Hearing Care we wanted to shine the light on some of the less well-known effects of stress: the impact on your eyes and ears.
Do you have an emotional reaction to everyday sounds? This could mean you have acute sensitivity to sound – or, in medical terms, misophonia or hyperacusis
Mar 16, 2021 - Hearing Care
Virtual conversation just isn’t the same as meeting up in real life. If you add hearing loss into the mix, you’ll know all too well the difficulties you’re faced with. Find out how we're keeping connected at Leightons.