Video: 72 % of Teenagers Experienced Reduced Hearing Ability After Attending Concert

Ouch! It's too loud!Do you and your loved ones bring ear plugs to concerts? A new study by the House Research Institute says that 72 % of Teenagers Experienced Reduced Hearing Ability After Attending Concert.

“Teenagers need to understand a single exposure to loud noise either from a concert or personal listening device can lead to hearing loss,” said M. Jennifer Derebery, MD, lead author and physician at the House Clinic. “With multiple exposures to noise over 85 decibels, the tiny hair cells may stop functioning and the hearing loss may be permanent.”

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  1. Tom
    Tom says:

    The excuse I get for not wearing earplugs is that “you won’t hear it”. With music blasting at 100 db’s, believe me, you can hear it.

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