Study Shows People Losing Hearing At Earlier Age

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About a fifth of people in their 20’s already have trouble hearing, and it’s not just from loud music.

A study by the CDC said noise from lawnmowers, leaf blowers, saws, and other loud machinery can have the same effect.

The noises could also cause tinnitus, which is a constant ringing or buzzing in the ears.

Stress from that can lead to anxiety and high blood, it’s best to avoid repeated or constant loud noises if possible.

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