Singapore

Too much noise can harm your health. That’s potentially a problem in Singapore


“It’s a combination of how high the volume is and how long you hear it that causes the damage,” mentioned Martin.

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In the interior ear, a construction known as the cochlear has hundreds of hair cells — as many as 18,000 in a younger, wholesome ear, he famous. Loud noise damages these cells, which don’t regenerate, and should trigger everlasting listening to loss.

TAKE HEED, AND FIGHT NOISE WITH NOISE

There are methods, nonetheless, to identify the warning indicators of listening to loss.

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“The first people who are probably going to notice are going to be your friends and family, because you’ll be saying, ‘Huh, what?’ (and) missing a lot,” mentioned Martin. “Another (sign) is something we call tinnitus — ringing in the ears.”

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