Hearing issues due to excessive noise in the workplace are common in the UK.
- Mental Health & Well-Being
A new online tool, The sound of wellness, aims to cure everyday issues through the power of coloured noise.
Did you know that noise is the most significant cause of employee complaints in office spaces?
Choosing to work in the murmur of a busy coffee shop rather than in an office with library-level silence might be healthier.
Though many of us may seek a quiet place in which to study, ‘noise’ may play a key role in helping some people improve their learning potential.
Excessive and continuous sound is disturbing for the human ear.
Hearing loss is a rapidly growing area of scientific research as the number of baby boomers dealing with hearing loss continues to increase as they age.
Noise may influence individuals’ risk of developing dementia later in life.
Do you get overwhelmed by big crowds, bright lights, and loud noises?
Sound is capable of producing powerful reactions in the listener.