How loud is too loud? Sound can cause hearing loss at a level of 85 or more dBA (A-weighted decibels). The louder a sound is, the faster it can damage your hearing. According to the CDC, 5 in 10 young people listen to their music or other audio too loudly and more than 1 in 2 adults in the US have noise-induced hearing loss but do not have noisy jobs. The problem with loud noises is that they can permanently damage your hearing from repeated or extended exposure - but if the sound is loud enough, even 2 minutes of exposure can cause damage to your hearing. Noise-induced hearing loss (NIHL) is entirely preventable, but once NIHL occurs, it is permanent and cannot be undone.
We are very excited to announce our first official Ceretone Giveaway! You can enter for the chance to win a FREE pair of hearing aids. You will have the chance to win either: (1) pair of ELIX K1V Mini Hearing Aids OR (1) pair of QUADRA M1X Bluetooth Hearing Aids.