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Facts and tips on how to avoid hearing loss

Hearing loss has been named a loss of intimacy. Because hearing acuity is reduced, the ability to pick out a voice over background noise becomes more and more difficult.

“The hearing-impaired persons often sit there nodding nicely, zoned out from conversations, being sick of asking, “What?”.”

Another unfortunate part of hearing loss is that it tends to affect people who value music and sound the most. This is the price of spending numerous hours listening to loud music or being exposed to a loud environment.

As the condition gets worse, people that use headphones to listen to music, commonly increase volume to be able to hear music more clearly.

“Nearly 26 million Americans between the ages of 20 and 70 have some type of hearing loss due to exposure to loud noise at the job or at everyday events.”

That is partly because our suburban and also urban lifestyle has become louder. This is due to things such as subway noise, city traffic, concert, or noisy have become our daily routines.

Because the noise level has increased, we’ve grown accustomed to the higher decibels, so it’s become difficult to distinguish what is normal and what’s too loud.

Things you can do to avoid hearing loss

  • Avoid listening to really loud music.
  • Have your ears checked by a specialist.
  • Use sound-isolating or noise-canceling headphones
  • Quit smoking. (Yes, another bad impact of smoking).
  • Avoid loud places.
  • Be aware of your family genes.

In the end, what you do today will reflect on your future. It is always the best to do as much as we can to preserve every aspect of our health in today’s unhealthy environment including avoiding hearing loss.

We can enjoy music without turning the max volume and avoid loud places. In case you are working in a loud environment you should always request sound-isolating headphones.

In case your hearing loss was induced by the working environment, follow this link and learn more about hearing compensation benefits.

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If you, or anyone you know, worked in noise and suffers from hearing loss, please do not hesitate to contact us.

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