How Loud Is Too Loud?
After being exposed to loud music for too long, you can eventually lose some hearing. One of the main causes of this hearing loss comes from loud music, in particular headphones or concerts. The best way to not develop noise-induced hearing loss is to keep away from loud noise as much as you can. The following is a guide to some typical noise levels:
Unsafe levels of sound from headphones, concerts, and club music
The 2 main factors to hearing damages are how loud and how long. If there is a ringing in your ear after listening to loud music for too long, then you have been around loud music for too long. However, even without this symptom or ear pain, there still may be potential hearing loss.
How to prevent hearing loss
There are obvious solutions to hearing loss, such as abstaining from loud music or using ear plugs, but there are other simple alterations that make it easy to protect your ears.
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