Protect Your Hearing

How to protect your ears at
Concerts & Sporting Events

SPONSORED • Published: Wednesday, Feb. 8, 2017 6:56 a.m. CST

Whether you want to rock out with your favorite band ever or you’ve got tickets to the NBA finals, you’re ears are bound to pay the price for those few hours of awesomeness.

Music concerts and sporting events can leave you with ringing in your ears, at the very least, and, in some cases, temporary hearing impairment. Over the long haul, if you expose your ears to a large dose of the above, you can experience permanent hearing loss.

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Musicians earplugs, made especially for music concerts, are also available, allowing you to be protected and still hear the music, lowering the decibel level to a safe number while maintaining sound quality. They are available over the counter. For custom musicians earplugs, which are available with a variety of different filters, you must consult a hearing health professional.

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