Getting a new hearing aid is a big step in the right direction towards helping you reconnect with the world. One in six Australians have some type of hearing loss, and the key, once you do get fitted with a hearing aid, is to make sure that wearing it is a comfortable experience, not an overwhelming one. Too often, new hearing aid wearers find that the sudden increase in volume is so overpowering that it is easier to switch the hearing aid off and put it back in the drawer. [Read More]
How does diabetes affect the feet and what can be done about it?
More than one million people in Australia have been diagnosed with diabetes, making it one of the most serious threats to the health of the country. When most people think of diabetes and its consequences, their minds will wander to things like high blood pressure and heart disease. And while these negative consequences of diabetes are certainly a reality, people might not realise that suffering from diabetes can also lead to problems in other areas – even in the feet. [Read More]
The Link Between Bruxism And Anxiety: What You Need To Know
Regular brushing and flossing can help prevent tooth decay and gum disease, but several other factors can also influence your dental health. People suffer with crooked teeth and jaw problems for many reasons, so it's important to isolate the cause of any problems you're having with your mouth. Orthodontists commonly treat patients who grind their teeth, and research increasingly suggests that anxiety is a big contributor to this problem. Learn more about the link between bruxism and anxiety, and find out what you need to do to deal with the problem. [Read More]