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  • 1. Call Today (972) 200-3339 Visit Our Websitewww.Hearing-Aids-Allen-
  • 2. Noise-Induced Hearing Loss
  • 3. Noise-induced loss ofhearing often results from common every day occurances
  • 4. From a single loudnoise like a gunshot or from prolonged exposure to noises over a period of time
  • 5. Let’s take a look at some common sounds Common Sounds Measured in Decibels Weed Whacker: 94 dB-96 dB Rock Concert: 90 dB-115 dB Snowmobile: 100 dB Headphones: 105-110 dB Jet Taking Off: 133 dB
  • 6. The easiest way to prevent noise-induced loss of hearing is to protect your ears by wearing earmuffs or earplugs
  • 7. You can buy earplugs and muffs at sporting good stores or, if you prefercustom made protection from hearing loss, your audiologist or hearing aid specialist can help.
  • 8. Call Today (972) 200-3339 Visit Our Websitewww.Hearing-Aids-Allen-