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Post by on Wednesday, September 29, 2021

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Repeated exposure to loud noise and even a one-time exposure to loud noise can damage the delicate, sound-sensitive hair cells in your inner ear. To protect your hearing:
?Lower the volume on your TV and stereo. Choose personal stereos with anautomatic volume limiter.
?Turn down the volume on headphones. By directing sound into your ear, headphones can produce levels loud enough to damage your hearing. Hold your headset an arm’s length away. If you can hear the sound, the volume is probably too high. Adjust the volume accordingly.
?Muffle the sound. Noise can be damaging if you have to raise your voice to be heard by someone an arm’s length away. Wear earplugs or earmuffs when you’re around noisy tools, equipment or firearms. Don’t use cotton earplugs. They’re ineffective and can become lodged in your ear canal.
? Have your hearing tested. If you’re frequently around loud noise, have your hearing checked annually. A hearing test can detect mild hearing loss before the damage is obvious or disabling.