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Hello about the many enemy had to answer your questions more than 37 million -- -- have hearing loss.
And that number is on the rise we got this question from a viewer.
-- that the -- -- like to know.
Well what age use susceptible so going doubtful -- you're giving due to a loud music.
Well Pierre noise induced hearing loss can strike at any age it is caused by -- -- -- Or prolongs sounds that the damage -- small structures -- enter -- report.
Hair sells these small sensory cells convert sound energy into electrical signals.
And once damage it'll -- back.
With today's audio technology high risk groups getting younger and younger in fact.
-- -- show that one out of five teens.
Amazing south -- from some form of hearing loss.
According to the CDC more than 13 -- cases are caused by over exposure to extreme sound levels above.
85 -- that if you're wondering just how loud that is consider this a typical rock concert averages a 105 decibels a level.
Which can damage unprotected ears after just four minutes of exposure.
The good news is -- and those -- in -- can be prevented here's how.
-- loud or prolong choices when you can't.
Wear ear protection when you must be in a loud environments.
Don't try to drown out unwanted noise with other sentence.
Don't -- several noisy appliances at the same time.
Off for headphones.
Over -- buds and keep the volume at 60%.
Or less and have you here -- As a good rule of thumb experts at house research institute say if you have to raise your voice to be hurt.
You are in an environment where you need to limit your exposure time or protect your ears do you have a question you know -- -- -- about the many of functions dot com until next time I'm document.
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