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NOISE DESTROYS Tips on protecting your hearing
Noise is everywhere At home
At Work At work….
All sounds don’t hurt your ears….. What matters is…. HOW LOUD And HOW LONG
Overexposure to noise damages tiny nerve endings inside the ear
Damage begins in the HIGH pitch region ABOVE the speech frequencies
As the damage progresses… It will work its way down to eventually affect the speech frequencies
By the time you begin to notice the hearing loss, You have a VERY WELL DEVELOPED hearing loss
SO…….. It sneaks up on you…you don’t know you have it until you have a lot of it!
Noise induced hearing loss affects the QUALITY of the sound Rather than the LOUDNESS If you think of your ear like a stereo, it is like fiddling with the equalizer NOT like turning down the volume
Turning it up may make it LOUDER BUT… it will not make it CLEARER Kind of like turning up the volume on a blown speaker…it will still sound bad
Hearing aids help but do NOT cure Hearing aids are amplifiers, the problem with noise induced hearing loss is not loudness but CLARITY.
The KEY thing is PROTECTION and PREVENTION
May is BETTER HEARING AND SPEECH month PROTECT YOUR HEARING!!! You only have one set of ears that must last you a LIFETIME! Don’t miss out on the sounds of life!
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