Avoid prolonged exposure to loud sounds and use ear protection, such as earplugs or earmuffs, in noisy environments.
When using headphones or listening to music, keep the volume at a safe level to prevent damage to your ears.
Give your ears regular breaks from continuous exposure to loud sounds, allowing them to rest and recover.
Regular exercise, a balanced diet, and adequate health management may improve ear health.
Refrain from inserting cotton swabs or other objects into your ears, as it can cause damage to the ear canal and potentially lead to hearing loss.
Antibiotics and chemotherapy treatments may affect hearing. Concerns? Ask your doctor about dangers and options.
Be mindful of workplace dangers and observe safety requirements if you operate in a loud area.
Schedule regular hearing exams to identify hearing loss early and treat it.