Michael Clarke's men go into the third Test at Old Trafford on Thursday having lost the first two games of the series. (Agencies)
The second loss at Lord's, by a massive 347 runs, was Australia's sixth successive Test defeat after a whitewash in a four-Test series in India earlier this year. It is their worst run of results since 1984.
"I feel for the guys. I've certainly been in that situation as well where we haven't been playing that well and losing games, and it's a horrible feeling in the dressing room," Hussey told reporters in Melbourne.
"I've been in touch with a few of the guys through text messaging. I know they're very proud to be wearing the baggy green cap and I'm sure we'll see a revival in the last few Test matches," he added.
Hussey, who ended a 79-Test career with his retirement in January, said he was confident new coach Darren Lehmann could turn the team's fortunes around despite the class England have shown on the field.
Michael Clarke's men go into the third Test at Old Trafford on Thursday having lost the first two games of the series.