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Not enough is done regarding hearing care. Cinemas play films too loudly. Gig volumes are general way too loud. The list goes on. Regarding my other post, I swear my head feels a bit funny! I think I'm going to have to put off practice tomorrow as this is no good at all - feels like something's wrong.
Unfortunately a lot of pubs have a small performance area
Oh really?? I've an appointment next week (with GP) regarding the ear ringing. If this hasn't gone by then I'll mention it!
ftumch;663738" said:I've got almost permanent high pitch w hihining now, only noticeable when it's quiet but always when it's quiet rather than occasionally like before. Have real trouble hearing any conversation in loud environments. I've booked an appointment at boots hearing care for this Saturday, gonna get me some ACS pro 15's.Really wish I'd done this before.
Its 'linked' to lots of things, in that modern bad science way. But what categorically causes it to happen in a particular individual is unknown. It is not yet possible to say that if individual A does activity X then they will suffer Tinnitus at time T in their life.
scrumhalf;664982" said:Everything is too loud these days. Gigs can be horrendous...
Has anybody ever thought about stopping playing and stopping listening to music so much (basically, stripping that out of your life) due to tinnitus? Extreme?