The great musician Bob Marley once said, “One good thing about music, when it hits you, you feel no pain.”

While Bob is right, if you let music hit you too hard, it can lead to a lot more than pain. Doctors worry that the steady onslaught of booming music, especially through earbuds, can damage the hearing of a generation wired for sound. However, they will not realize it right away – not until hearing loss takes over years later.

Thanks to the smartphone revolution that has taken the country – and the entire world – by storm, more than one billion young people are at risk of hearing loss. According to the WHO (World Health Organization), the ever increasing use of personal audio devices like headphones and earbuds, and the booming levels of sound at entertainment venues where noise levels can go beyond 120 decibels for several hours, can cause irreversible damage to the ears.


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