Better HearingTOPICSby Herbert J. Hodgdon, II, BS-HIS, PresidentA BUDDING PROBLEMThe World Health Organization (WHO) warns that 1.1 billion young people are atrisk of developing hearing losssmartphones and damaging levels of sound at music venues, where noise levels candue to the use of personal audio devices such asexceed 120 decibels for hours. Perhaps the biggest culprit of hearing loss amongmillennials is caused by listening to iPods and smartphones through earbuds, whichplace the sound closer to the ear drum and enhance volume by as much as ninedecibels. At full volume, MP3 players and other digital music devices can produce asas little as eight minutes of listeningThe most important step you can take to protect your hearing is to be smartmuch noise as a live rock concert. At very high volumes, hearing loss can occur afterDon't subject your hearing to sounds too loud to tolerate. You can also carry erotection to wear in loud, noisy environments. Having your hearing checked isanother way to stay on top of possible hearing loss. If you've never had a hearing test,or if it's been awhile since your last one, take a moment to give us a call at BETTERHEARING CENTER. If wearing a hearing aid is indicated, we can show you avariety of instruments and determine which is best for you. Most insurances acceptedfor hearing evaluations. We are New Hampshire's premier hearing care provider:PS. Research shows that about 89 percent of people listening to MP3 players will turn upthe volume ifambient noise (subways or street noise) is too loudBetter Hearing Center, Inc. 2 Industrial Park Drive Concord, NH603-224-9043 www.betterhearingnh.net1256319

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Better Hearing TOPICS by Herbert J. Hodgdon, II, BS-HIS, President A BUDDING PROBLEM The World Health Organization (WHO) warns that 1.1 billion young people are at risk of developing hearing loss smartphones and damaging levels of sound at music venues, where noise levels can due to the use of personal audio devices such as exceed 120 decibels for hours. Perhaps the biggest culprit of hearing loss among millennials is caused by listening to iPods and smartphones through earbuds, which place the sound closer to the ear drum and enhance volume by as much as nine decibels. At full volume, MP3 players and other digital music devices can produce as as little as eight minutes of listening The most important step you can take to protect your hearing is to be smart much noise as a live rock concert. At very high volumes, hearing loss can occur after Don't subject your hearing to sounds too loud to tolerate. You can also carry e rotection to wear in loud, noisy environments. Having your hearing checked is another way to stay on top of possible hearing loss. If you've never had a hearing test, or if it's been awhile since your last one, take a moment to give us a call at BETTER HEARING CENTER. If wearing a hearing aid is indicated, we can show you a variety of instruments and determine which is best for you. Most insurances accepted for hearing evaluations. We are New Hampshire's premier hearing care provider: PS. Research shows that about 89 percent of people listening to MP3 players will turn up the volume ifambient noise (subways or street noise) is too loud Better Hearing Center, Inc. 2 Industrial Park Drive Concord, NH 603-224-9043 www.betterhearingnh.net 1256319

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