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How To Prevent Earphone Related Hearing Loss

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Jul 21, 2021

How To Prevent Earphone Related Hearing Loss

Did you know that an increasing percentage of the adult population suffers from earphone related hearing loss? Hearing loss used to be something that we only start to worry about as we approach our golden years, however, that is no longer the case. We live in a noisier world than ever before, which can cause us to turn up the volume on our earphones beyond what is healthy. Read on to find out some top tips on preventing earphone related hearing loss.

Get the Right Pair of Earphones

Where do you use your earphones the most? While jogging, on public transport, or at home? Getting the right pair of earphones to suit your needs can make a big difference. For instance, if you find that you tend to turn up the volume while surrounded by loud external noises, noise-cancelling earphones may suit your needs well. However, do keep in mind that being deaf to external noises can make you unaware of incoming dangers. If you run or jog often, an in-ear wireless headset is the best option for ensuring your earphones do not fall out mid-jog.

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Follow the 60/60 Rule

How much time do you spend on your earphones a day? An hour, two, or more than that? By following the 60/60 rule, you can prevent earphone related hearing loss without compromising on enjoyment. Simply put, you should only be listening to your earphones at 60% of the maximum volume for a maximum of 60 minutes (or 1 hour) at a time. After an hour has passed, take a break and if you wish to continue listening, you can do so in a while – but remember, the 60/60 rule still applies!

Set A Limit

Many devices allow users to set a maximum limit for their volume. If you have a bad habit of turning up the volume, this may benefit you. Earphone related hearing loss is no laughing matter – noise exposure at an early age can result in premature hearing loss and worsen the problem when you are older. Always understand the healthy limits for earphone volume and follow them.

If you suspect that earphone related hearing loss has already occurred at some extent for you, schedule a hearing test. Some signs of hearing loss include hearing muffled sounds or tinnitus, where you hear a ringing in the ears. The earlier you get this done, the sooner the problem can be diagnosed and remedied.


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