Tinnitus After Going To The Concert[imwb_socialbuzz] By John On November 2, 2008 Under Ringing In Ears, T-Gone Tinnitus, Tinnitus Relief
Going to a concert, watching our favorite band performing live on stage can be one of the greatest moments in out entire life. One time, my friends gave me tickets for their concert. To make the story short, my buddies and I watched the show. The venue was filled with lots of thrilled spectators. It started with the play of lights, smoke fill all over the stage, and the people started screaming as the band performed their very first song. The concert lasted for hours and everybody had their piece of entertainment. I should say it’s a “two thumbs up” performance.
On our way home, my ears started ringing and I can’t hear pretty well. I was scared at first but thank God it eventually disappeared. Then I started to suspect that the loud noise caused my tinnitus after going to the concert.
Exposure to loud noises can damage and destroy hair cells in the inner ear. It causes high frequency ringing loss and tinnitus. You should take note that once the hair cells are damaged, it cannot be repaired or replaced. As it is said, prevention is better than cure; it is advised that when you are working on a noisy environment to use ear protectors or ear muffs to lessen block the noise which I missed to bring along when I went to the concert. You can check out some helpful tips and noise tinnitus remedies and treatments at T-gone.com to relieve from exposure to loud noise.