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I Listen To Music With My Earphones Really Loudly At Work Is This Safe
Not ideal: It's obviously not ideal ... But, if you're doing it - just listen and don't look at the screen (ie, use ur phone laying down not the computer) - as this can mess up your sleep cycle. Also, I'd suggest turning off autoplay. Last, be extremely careful that the earbuds don't cut in to your inner ear canal - as this can cause damage. Hope that helps! ...Read more
Is it safe for my teenager to sleep with loud music on his headphones? And its not the soft music that a parent would like them to listen to!
No: Anytime a teen listens to hard loud music thru headsets may lead to hearing loss. Plus listening to music with words or tv keeps the brain stimulated as hearing never quits processing. Try substituting a sleep sound machine as many of us sleep better with constant droning. Like any bad habit be prepared for resistance! Teens never think bad things will happen. Be patient but firm on your request. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I always sleep with music, it is hard to sleep without calm music playing, why? I fall asleep alot faster when I have my headphones on with music
The way you are: Because that's just the way you are- perhaps calming music is your body's way of shutting down to rest. In others- it may not work at all- it is great that you have found an avenue to get great rest! ...Read more
I hear a swishing noise when people talk to me, and a really bad swishing noise when I listen to music. Tried cleaning ears, doesn't help and hurts.?
Don't clean ears: I would be concerned that at age 19, you have listened to very loud music that may have injured part of your inner ear. Cleaning the ears should never be performed by you. You can injure the canal skin or even the ear drum. Furthermore swishing in the ear probably is not related to your ear canal. You need a hearing test to rule out a high pitch loss. Also noises in the ear are not painful. ...Read more
I listen to music everyday with my headphones in and I do it almost full volume, will this hurt my ears?
What to do if i dislike silence, ever since i was a wee girl i've listened to music while going asleep is this good or bad for the brain?
When i listen to music, my brain seems to get over stimulated. When i listen to music, it makes it very hard to relax. Any music. My brain seems to get over stimulated. For many hours afterward, i may be hypersensitive. I used to sing a lot in a band
Having : Having a relaxing before-bedtime routine is a very good way to let your mind and body know when it is time to sleep. For most people, a warm bath or shower, and a relaxing activity such as reading, meditation, or listening to relaxing music are parts of this routine. Musicians, who come to associate music with excitement or stress related to performance, may be conditioned to associated music with a state of mental and physical alertness that is incompatible with sleep. ...Read more
Risk of hearing loss: Damage to hearing by high volumes is determined by duration, even at reasonable volumes can damage delicate hair cells in the inner ear that transmit sound impulses to the brain. 1 in 5 teens has some form of hearing loss - 30% higher than in the 80s/90s - experts believe due, in part, to the increased use of headphones. https://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/ency/patientinstructions/000495.htm ...Read more
I heard classical music is good for baby's brain development. Won't he be bored by the music. How can I make her sure she is listening to the music?
Music: Why would you think a child would be bored listening to music? Everyone has a different experience in hearing or listening to music. Thinking is influenced by sensory experience in ways that are hard to quantify, but many neuropsychologists have found that the brainwave patterns exhibited with some classical music are associated with complex organization and learning patterns. Complex topic! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
DEPENDS: dB X length: N.I.H.L. (noice induced hearing loss) is due to long or repeated exposure to sounds at or above 85 decibels . The louder the sound, the shorter the time period before nihl can occur. Sounds of less than 75 decibels, even after long exposure, are unlikely to cause hearing loss. Nihl is 100 percent preventable! all individuals should understand the hazards of loud noise. & please protect hearing! ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Possibly: If the volume is too loud with head phones or ear buds like an ipod etc. Then you can very definitely damage your hearing esp. High frequency. The volume should never be so loud that it causes you to not hear someone trying to talk to you or that causes ringing in ears immediately afterwards. Rock concerts can be esp. Bad for this - wearing ear plugs is probably the best way to prevent damage here. ...Read more
What is MUSICAL EAR SYNDROME my mom hears music an its driving her crazy. Can I please get some help!!!
MES: Musical Ear Syndrome (MES) is a condition in people who have hearing loss and then develop musical hallucinations as your mom has. It is unknown what causes this other than its association with hearing loss and treatment with certain medications has been tried with varying success. You should have your mom evaluated by an hearing specialist as some non-medicinal treatments are available as well. ...Read more
I listen to music in my car everyday on basically maximum volume. But i feel like my head is going to explode now. Is it the loud music?
Is wispering to youself all the time considered a mental problem ? This person is angery a lot. Likes loud tv on all the time. When it is quiet i hear him wespering to himself. Sometimes he speaks out loud but it is just ramblings. I think he hears vo
Elderly : Whisper, even talk to themselves. But i this is a daly issue and he. /she is not elderly, i wold not consider it normal. One should confront and ask him/her why is he/she doing it! an evaluation with a shrink should be in place...................................................................................................... ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: Sleep preparation should involve winding down, quiet, getting ready to sleep. Talking to people on the phone, isn't exactly winding down. It could even be stressful depending what you are talking about. If its business related. You might need some down time and time to relax before going to bed. Best of health ...Read more
I find it really easy to fall asleep while listening to music. Is it okay to actually sleep with earbuds in?
Music and sleep: Try switching to a radio or music player that has speakers and a timer on it. ...Read more
Is it bad to sleep with earbuds in while listening to music? I've never done this but i want to try it a few times to see if it helps me sleep
Sleep with earbuds: Generally speaking, it is better to sleep without earbuds in place. If you do, no harm will come, as i presume you are not listening to loud music while you are trying to sleep. The bigger issue sounds like trouble sleeping. A noise generator in your bedroom, playing soothing sounds or music is a better choice than earbuds. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I heard classical music is good for baby's brain development; how will i know if this actually works.How can I make her attentive to the music playing?
Don't try: Your purpose is providing developmentally appropriate stimulation for your child is not to make the child do something, but to provide a playful situation in which the child has the opportunity for learning and experiencing novel or pleasing activities. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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