Earphones At High Level Is The Same As Noise From A Jet Engine

When are in a noisy environment, sometimes people choose to put on a earphones and listen to music from computer or digital music player. Be careful, the sound from the earphones can be as damaging as the sound produced by a jet engine.
Proven by scientists in a recent study, the experts concluded that the sound of music at a certain volume from the earphones could damage the ear as at certain volume could produce 110 decibels of noise levels. This figure is equivalent to the noise of a jet engine, but it is often not realized because listening to music is always more fun. .
Short-term effects that can be experienced are myelin damage in the ear or the nerve sheath. Damage to myelin can make sounds that are captured by the nerve be directly transmitted to the brain and trigger damage.
Before reaching the brain, damage to the nerve sheath will cause temporary deafness or temporary deafness. This damage can indeed heal itself, but it could develop into a permanent damage to the ear when forced to listen to loud noises constantly.
This effect could recover itself and after 3 months the hearing will return to normal. So is the condition of nerve sheath.

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