The definition of loud noise and how harmful it is

The loud noise is harmful for the health, including hearing loss, tinnitus, hyperacusis and cardiovascular effects that might be life-changing. It also can lower sleep quality, and impair concentration and academic performance. It’s even been tied to depression and other mental-health issues. 

Dr. Neitzel found that kids would be protected from noise-induced hearing loss if their exposure was 75 decibels or less (24hours averaged). However, the lower level noise may still causes problems like tinnitus, hyperacusis and sleep disturbances.

You can see the full article here with the explanation of how the risk of the noise happened and how you can protect yourself from the risk of the noise.

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