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Have Ringing in Ears After Concert?

[imwb_socialbuzz] By John On February 14, 2013 Under Ringing In Ears

Loud Music Will Cause Tinnitus Eventually

We all love to have fun and attending a live concert is  certainly one of the most enjoyable things to do but ringing in the ears after concert is certainly not fun.

The ears are very delicate and extremely sensitive therefore exposing them to loud music or noise can certainly cause long term problems and damage.

I would recommend that you watch this video below for a detailed explanation of the dangers of exposure to loud noise and the long term damage it can cause.

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“Acoustic damage to the ear can be severe, but unfortunately, I have no way of determining the decibel level you experienced, or know if you permanently damaged your ears. My guess would be that you will be fine in a few weeks or so, but again, that is just a guess.
How loud is loud? Many experts feel that prolonged levels above 85dB can cause permanent damage to hearing. Knowing this, why are movie theaters blasting our ears with levels that often reach 100dB? Concerts have levels that start at 100dB and rise to levels above 130 dB. Even echoing sports arenas have 80-100dB levels, depending on the enthusiasm of the crowd. Couple by those screamin girls, your ears received quite an insult.
Most of us have experienced ringing in our ears for awhile after a loud concert. But imagine if it never goes away — that’s a condition called tinnitus.

 

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It is always a very good idea to try and not expose oneself to unnecessary loud noises and to treat our ears with the respect they deserve, after all they are of the utmost importance.

When one experiences a ringing in ears after a concert it hopefully can just be a temporary condition but in many cases it does eventually lead to more permanent damage if one does not take care.

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