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Noise

Misophonia: when sounds drive you crazy

You're trying to concentrate at work but the sounds of others typing, clicking pens or sniffing are driving you completely mad. If you can relate, you may be suffering from misophonia.

Why some people can't clap to the beat

A small study suggests that people who can't clap, click or tap their foot in time to a beat may actually synchronise information differently, making them 'beat-deaf'.

Unpleasant sounds

Those irritating sounds always get the best of you, which often fuels your frustrations.

Is your job making you deaf?

Most of us don't pay much attention to noise levels in our workplaces but being consistently exposed to loud noises could mean that you're suffering from noise-induced hearing loss.

The 10 worst jobs for your ears

Most people wouldn't base their career choice on their hearing but a number of professions can put you at serious risk of noise-induced hearing loss. These are the ten worst jobs for your ears...

Neighbours driving you crazy?

Sunday morning, and you’re revelling in a bit of a lie-in. Then your DIY-mad neighbour charges up his new electric drill. Do you have the legal right to tell him to shut up?

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Izabelle Heymann has been a practicing audiologist for the last 18 years with a deep love, respect and passion for Audiology. She completed her Masters Degree on hearing and middle ear functioning of scuba divers. She has worked in the industry both locally and internationally. Her career started in private practice moved to corporate business, training, sales, lecturing and has gone full circle back to private practice.

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