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Ledesma Audiological Center Inc. - Hearing loss and music
Hearing Loss and Music
Music has always been a part of our lives.
Whenever we feel extra happy or sad, we listen to songs that we can relate to. After a tiring
work week, some of us would prefer spending our Friday or Saturday nights going to clubs or
attending concerts. During the times that we are stuck in traffic, we often listen to the radio or
the latest songs to pass the time.
While there is nothing wrong with listening to music, we should remember to keep it in
moderation. Recent studies have found out that loud rock music combined with the use of
portable radios with earphones is the reason why there is an alarming in hearing loss among
Noise-induced hearing loss is caused by long exposure to high levels noise, like loud music. This
is one of the more common kinds of hearing loss.
There is no treatment to noise-induce hearing loss. Those affected by these can consider
wearing hearing aids, but it wouldn’t be same as when you have proper hearing.
Life would be way to boring without music. If you wish to continue enjoying yourself with this
kind of pleasure, it best that you protect your ears from noise-induced hearing loss. Here some
ways to prevent it:
1. Use headphones instead of ear buds to keep the direct sound out of your ear.
2. When in a club or concert, choose a spot in the middle to help reduce noise exposure.
3. Avoid or limit exposure to loud music.
4. Use hearing protection devices, like earplugs, when you can’t avoid exposure to loud
5. Follow the 60/60 rule. Listen to music only 60 minutes at a time, at 60 percent of
6. If you feel like you have hearing loss, consult a specialist immediately.
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