We all love our music, but when you’re rocking away on your MP3 player your ears are taking a drumming. Best way to ensure you stay connected to the songs you love — not to mention the people in your life — is to pump down the volume.
The latest statistics show that our favourite listening devices are leading to hearing loss at a younger age. Volume on your favorite player should be limited to 90 dB or 2/3 the volume. Currently most players max out at 120 dB. Listening to your player at this level could cause damage after 5-10 minutes. Start now, turn it down during Better Hearing and Speech Month.
Check out this video and learn how to avoid MP3 hearing loss:
For more information contact a Connect Hearing professional today!