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Hearing loss is a discomforting experience that limits your social interactions and economic productivity without proper handling. Maintaining an active lifestyle, especially enjoying your favorite hobbies, can be challenging without appropriate ear protection. The mental and physical health benefits of an active lifestyle are well-established by medical research. However, some hobbies can lead to hearing loss due to loud noises.

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Most people do not fully appreciate the impact that loud noises can have on their future hearing loss. It can become easy to take your hearing for granted until it is too late. To protect against hearing loss , it is important to protect your ears from loud noises. Avoiding loud noises and environments is great, but cannot always be

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One of the easiest ways to prevent hearing loss is by wearing ear protection. Effectively, ear protection products help limit the amount of noise your ears meet. With the right product, you can prevent exposure to loud sounds and keep your hearing intact.  How do you find the best ear protection ? Well, you have lots of options, so here

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It is widely known that when sound reaches a certain level, it can be harmful to hearing. Eight-five decibels is the safe threshold; noise over this level has the potential to over time, cause hearing loss. To prevent against this, those who are regularly exposed to loud noise must use ear protection to help guard the health of their hearing. 

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There are several different causes for hearing loss , but one of the most prolific is continued exposure to loud noise.  When the ear is exposed to sounds in excess of 85 decibels, hair cells in the inner ear can be harmed. These hair cells are an integral part of the hearing system, and when they begin to deteriorate or

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