What are the consequences from ear damage?
you risk the chance of losing your hearing and if not hearing loss then your ears will be more proned to quicker hearing loss or your hearing will decrease quicker over time.
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Yes. Sound is measured by decibels. It is safe to only hear 65 decibels or less. If sound is higher than 65 decibels, it can 95.6% damage your eardrums. Listening to music through your headphones at highest volume from an mp3 or an iPhone is considered 82 decibels. Listening to a concert is consider…ed 167 decibels. A blue whale is 300+. :) ( Full Answer )
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Anytime a particular sound is amplified greatly near the ears, there are chances of suffering hearing loss. Earphones, particularly the in the ear ones, can and will permanently damage your inner ear unless you use some simple logic and use respectable volume levels. It doesn't have to be loud in or…der to be enjoyed. ( Full Answer )
Well, as Jeremy Spitzer once said, "Music is a force the must not be taunted because it will get back at you and your ears and make you sorry." The waves and vibrations of the music pound into your delicate eardrum, located close behind the hammer and anvil. Sound, which is collected by your outside…, visible ear (the pinna) travels through the outer ear canal. Your eardrum then vibrates as well as the 3 mini bones around it.... the anvil, hammer, and stirrup. All named those names because of their shapes. This vibration goes to the cochlea, (a snail like spiral), which has many little hairs that have nerve signals sent to the brain. If you listen to loud music, the hairs fall off. and you go def. ( Full Answer )
Ears can get damaged due to following reasons:-. 1. Due to heavy noise pollution.. 2. Side effects of some medicines and chemicals.. 3. Ear cleaning buds, if we use unsafely.. 4. Due to Mobile Phones.. 5. Any problem affects nerves nearby ear.
A sufficiently intense sound can not only render you permanently deaf, in certain cases it may be lethal.
Prolonged loud noises can cause damage to your ears. The damagethat occurs in the ears due to loud noises are from damage to thecilia; which are the small hairs that are located in the ear.
guages. 14 and 16 point are ok but when you start going to the lower numbers, it makes it harder for the skin to grow back.
depends on the volume your using on max yes but on lower volume like in the middle it wont
eardrums can be damaged by improperly diving from large hights, other stupid things like putting a cottonbud or a ear spoon to far down your ears can also harm them. listening to very loud music can weeken your eardrums but it takes a huge noise to rupture your eardrums.
Hearing is the result of sound vibrations pushing on the eardrum, which carries them to the bones and nerves in the inner ear. Loud, high-pitched, or continuous noises can distend or rupture the delicate eardrum, or over-excite the interior nerves. This can cause partial or complete deafness, which …can be permanent or temporary depending on the injury.. Listening to loud music will cause a pain reaction in the nerves of the ear, which can release the body chemicals called endorphins. This is one reason that rock music creates a pleasurable experience. Eventually this will reduce hearing sensitivity by injury to these nerves. ( Full Answer )
90 dB(A) is the OSHA 8 hour TWA. 115 dB(A) is the OSHA 15 min Short Term Exposure Limit. 140 dB(A) is the OSHA ceiling. Exposure above these levels can cause hearing damage.
Loud sound damages ears because every sound is a sound wave. The louder the sound the heaver the wave. That is also why you can see things vibrate when loud music is playing. This great sound wave can also hit hard against your ear drums. Sometimes to much can lead to hearing loss.
Noise - sound is picked up by a small, spiral-shaped organ called the cochlea that is located within the inner ear. Thousands of tiny hairs in the cochlea sense the vibration and pass the message to the brain via the cochlear nerve. These sensitive hairs can be damaged by excessive noise. The scar t…issue that results from this damage can't conduct sound. Ringing in the ears (tinnitus) after exposure to loud noise is a warning sign that your ears have been overloaded. Drugs - certain chemicals and drugs can damage your hearing if taken over long periods of time. Disease - some diseases, such as measles, mumps, rubella (German measles) and meningitis, can cause loss of hearing. Injury - including perforation of the ear drum, fractured skull or large changes in air pressure (barotrauma). I received this information from: http://www.betterhealth.vic.gov.au/bhcv2/bhcarticles.nsf/pages/Ears_ways_to_protect_your_hearing?OpenDocument ( Full Answer )
listen and listen well. Ipods, ipod touches, and everything that has earphones that go in your ears. Damage to the ears can be prevented! JUst dont put the ipod on too high wit volume and dont listen to it too much. It's all about duration. If u do this, u will be fine Damage such as loss of hearin…g. "U wanna come to my house for some fun?" she whispered. "Huh?" "Cum to my house," she said. "Wat did u mutter?" "CUM TO MY HOUSE!" "Oh!!! Ok." hahaha. but this realy can happen. ya. ( Full Answer )
It is generally prolonged exposure to loud noise that will damage your ears so look after them and protect them, either by turning down the music/TV if you can or wearing ear defenders, especially if your in a noisy workplace. Avoid loud concerts/parties etc.
In some cases, such as spontaneous breakage because of an earinfection, the eardrum heals itself without consequence. Howeverthere are other types of trauma which can reduce the eardrum'sability to conduct sound vibrations to the middle ear ossicles anddeafness results.
because of your semicular canals it messes with your sense of balance, and ofcourse with you hearing but mostly with your sense of balance so if you get your semicular canals removed or just really damaged than you Could get crippled
To answer this question, you have to first separate ears from hearing. . The anatomical structure of the ear can be damaged by trauma, genetic disorders. or malformations, or diseases. . Typically, anything that damages the ear can damage hearing. However, other things that can damage hearing wit…hout necessarily damaging the anatomy of the ear are ototoxic agents (chemicals that can damage cells of the hearing organs), exposure to very loud noise or infections of the inner ear, or tumors or growths of impacting the central auditory nervous system. . ( Full Answer )
people punch you in the ear which can cause ear damage from your ucruala into your ear tube to your molfibles in the ear . Ear damage - or hearing loss can be caused in many ways. One such way - is from exposure to excessive noise either an explosive sound or continuous excessive noise. If noise ex…posure takes place in the workplace without an employer taking proper precautions to protect the hearing of workers or to warn of the dangers of noise - you are likely to be able to claim compensation for industrial deafness or noise induced hearing loss. Hearing damage can include a ringing or buzzing in your ears known as tinnitus. See the related link entitled "industrial deafness claim" to see how to claim compensation from an employer or former employer. ( Full Answer )
Yes, if you can produce more than 85dB of noise. The louder the scream above this threshold, the faster you can damage your hearing. At 100dB, it takes about 20min. Normally it is unlikely unless you scream a lot. Opera singers sometimes have hearing damage due to the loudness and time extent of …their singing. ( Full Answer )
Loud sounds experienced frequently over a long time damage the ear, or rather, the hearing, by destroying the hair cells in the inner ear. Since the hair cells are what convert pressure waves into nerve impulses, if they are damaged, sound is not converted into a signal that can be sent to the brain…. In addition, short sharp, very loud sound can rupture the ear drum and result in temporary or permanent damage that may also impact the ability to hear sound. ( Full Answer )
\nIf listening to your ipod for prolonged periods of time or listening to it too loudly, you can increase your chances of becoming deaf later on in life.
I'm assuming you mean iPods ... if you have the volume too loud ... it just damages your ears. Im sorry if you DONT mean iPods so feel free to edit this if Im wrong
1. If there is loud noise next to it. 2. If you poke something down it. 3. If you let to many fluids in it.
Yes, you can get a sunburn in your ear if your hair doesn't cover it.
there really aren't any "consequences" if you will. But make sure that you go to a place you can trust, not claires. claires uses a gun, as opposed to a needle. some place that have certified piercing specialists. also, make sure to buy the sanitary cleaning spray and clean it daily to prevent infec…tion. if you do not a bulge can form that won't ever go away. ( Full Answer )
Due to loud sound, Eardrum (which is a delicate membrane) vibrates more strongly. Being in loud sound for more than 3-4 hours loosens its toutness and thus it cannot move bone (malleus) attached to it with the strength that it naturally does. Sometimes, it may break and cause permanent loss of… hearing. (Note: Sound above 60 decibles is considered noise. For example airplane engine produces sound of 105dB) ( Full Answer )
That depends. If your headphones are slightly broken or your putting it on so loud someone else could hear it from 5ft away, they will damage your ears
Quality Ear plugs can play a important role when protecting your hearing and so they need to be cared for. It's quite simple to clean your ear plugs and this should become part of everyday routine. When using ear plugs it's extremely important to make sure your ears are clean as well as the plugs, d…irty ears can compromise the effect the ear plugs. A great site to read more about earplugs would be http://www.allearplugs.com/help-centre/how-to-care-for-your-ear-plugs.aspx ( Full Answer )
To prevent damage to your ears make sure you clean them often. Yes you can use Q tips but make sure you don't insert deep in the ear canal. When listening to music try avoiding putting the volume so loud. This can lead to hearing problems.
I think it is the ear drum but there may be more technical names for it.
I don't believe there are medical tecniques that can restore your hearing. They can insert an internal hearing aid, but I don't think they can do more then that. So turn down the volume of your mp3-player.
It's the volume that does the damage - not the mode of delivery. But headsets makes it easier to listen to high volumes w/o disturbing anyone else, so they're a little more dangerous that way.
A bullhorn right next to your ear. if you are shooting a gun out side then you ear will pop ,and you will lose hearing for about 60 seconds or less. obviously when someone screams in your ear also. And if you have your music way to loud your ears will ring and they will be in pain for a while. i eve…n blast my music, but if you have your ipod on full blast, well i wouldn't do that. it could cause serious damage to your ear, and then you may need to see a doctor. Answered by 9th grader Bridget Ruch ( Full Answer )
The sensitive hair cells in your inner ear will be damaged by loud noises and long-lasting noises.
it can affect anything that is a voluntary response such as senses nerves digesting blood circulation breathing. it can effect anything and with most of those u will die
Humans are at risk to diseases like skin cancer, eye and other skin problems and some rays Even cause deterioration in the brain and can be fatal.
99 Decibels. There is no chance to survive into deafness if it reached 99 decibels or more while listening to an unpleasant sound. Know the decibels of a sound. If this is rising, go away to the loud sound and go to a silent place as fast as you can. Just follow this and you will survive Deafn…ess. Don't forget to cover your ears while doing this to reduce the chance of being deaf. ( Full Answer )
Sticking a cotton bud in your ear can damage it. You risk bleeding, a perforated eardrum, or damage to the bones in the ear, which can cause permanent deafness.
It has been scientifically proven that loud music over prolonged periods can damage the eardrums of developing children. It is important that you get your child earphones with safety features that will prevent this from occuring. Also, if the earphones do not fit properly, they can hurt the outside …of the ear, although this is not as serious as permanent hearing loss. ( Full Answer )
Do you mean headphones or the kind you stick in your ear? Those can give you a ear infection or severely damage your hearing if you listen for too long or turn the music too high. In any case it is not good to shove them into your ear, that can make inner ear damage or shove and move wax.
sounds of any type can cause permanent damage to the ears if they become too loud. Whether it is music or artillery noise, anything above 85 decibels (dB) will destroy the delicate structures of the ear and cause hearing loss. The damage can occur instantaneously or over several hours of unprotected… exposure. Be careful: Once your hearing is lost, it may never come back. ( Full Answer )
Your ear contains a thin membrane that vibrates when sound waves hit it. The louder the sound the more the membrane vibrates. Just like a drum skin the ear drum can burst if vibrated too much. The bones in the inner ear are filled with fluid and lined with tiny hairs. The vibration of sound waves m…oves this liquid and applies pressure to the hairs which your brain interprets as sound. If these tiny hairs are damaged due to excessive noise it can reduce hearing significantly. Anything above 80 decibels can cause hearing loss. ( Full Answer )
If you use your earphones at a high volume you are damaging your hearing whether you realize it or not. Look up the meaning of tinnitus and you will understand. Remember that the sense of hearing is very, very sensitive. Use big headphones. Funny looking maybe, but better and richer sounding at a… lower volume. Get in the habit of using your phone speaker. But most important of all, use your phone in moderation. ( Full Answer )
Many components of the ear can receive er-repairable damage to fast and strong changes in air pressure, sound. The first to go is almost always the ear drum, which is called perforation.
Extreme loudness can affect our hearing and damage our ears in a few ways. The average human can with stand noise ranging from 20 Hz to 20,000 Hz but over time the hair cell's inside our ears can get damaged and broken causing a few problems such as Tinnitus and Hearing Loss.
The ear drum vibrates and the sound is picked up and interpretatedby the brain. Sudden loud noise, such as an explosion, could causedamage to the drum, as too can loud music over a long time, andlead to temporary or permanent deafness.
A throwaway society is exactly what it say its a society which throws its food or useful resources away. The damaging consequences are the fact that we will run out of resources and we will have to go without
Sometimes, if you force air into them hard enough, they can popleaving you deaf or with serious head injuries