Have you ever been to a really good, but really loud rock concert, Jonas Brothers fans won’t know what I’m talking about here, then you’ve probably experienced that certain ringing in your ears. Along with this there is that feeling you get that your hearing will never come back to you. I remember after my first real rock concert my ears were ringing so loud I couldn’t hear an of the sounds around me very well. I was about 10 or 11 and I was convinced that my hearing would remain like this for the rest of my life. To my relief, a couple of days after the concert my ears were better. Better, but never the exact same.
The truth is that the ringing sound is essentially the sound of your ears dying. Well maybe not dying, but more so the sound of damage being done to your ears. Rock concerts are on average about 120 decibels (dB). How loud is 12dB? Well look at it this way, a gunshot or a jet taking off is 130dB only 10 above the average rock concert. However, some rock concerts peak at 150dB, 20dB above the noise from a jet taking off. What does this mean for your ears? Well .25 hours of noise at only 115dB will be enough to damage your hearing.
Remember that if you plan on going to many loud concerts try to keep in mind that if you aren’t careful you may end up permanently damaging your ears. Ear plugs are a good way to help reduce or even prevent hearing loss. If you decide not to protect your ears then make sure if you experience any troubling signs of permanent hearing damage to go see your doctor. Medications can be administered to reduce the damage done to your hearing.
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