How to prevent hearing loss
Hearing is one of our most valued senses. It constantly supplies us with vital information and makes us able to communicate, experience emotions and recall memories. Our hearing is the only one of our senses that is constantly active – even when we sleep. It is easy to take it for granted – see what you can do to take good care of your hearing.
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Today, people of all ages increasingly use smartphones – and headphones – for communication, work, entertainment, education, and when listening to music. It’s convenient and flexible – but it may also include a risk for hearing loss if the sound is too loud. Most smartphones have an indicator that warns you when this is happening, and we highly recommend you to pay attention to this.
The louder the noise and the longer you are exposed to it, the bigger the risk of damaging your hearing. Therefore, protect your ears with earplugs, ear cup headphones or other kinds of ear protectors whenever it is possible – and get away from the noise as quickly or as often as you can.