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How We Hear

The ear is made up of three different sections: the outer ear, the middle ear, and the inner ear. These parts work together so we can hear and process sounds.

 

Protect Your Hearing

The best defence against noise-induced hearing loss is to stay out of hazardous noise areas.

 

DeafHear: Protect Your Hearing

 

Impact of Noise

Noise is one of the most common causes of hearing loss. Noise induced hearing loss is usually painless and gradual, which often makes it difficult to notice that it is there until it is too late.

 

Music & Hearing Loss

The combination of three different factors could result in hearing loss after listening to music..

Sound Levels

Sound levels above 80dB can cause hearing loss if exposure is long

 

 

Earplugs

  • Re-usable Ear Plugs
  • Musician Ear Plugs
  • Acoustic Filtered Ear Plugs

 

Ear Care

Some Dos and Don’ts

 

FAQs

  • What is Noise Induced Hearing Loss?
  • Do I have to be listening to loud music for long periods of time in one go?
  • If I listen to loud music/noises for long periods of time, what can happen?

 

 

more...One third of hearing loss in the population is preventable.

 



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