How loud is too loud, and how can those loud sounds damage your ears? Watch and learn how to protect your ears from noise-induced hearing loss.
How loud is too loud? 85+ decibels.
Common places to protect your ears:
- Heavy traffic: 85 decibels
- Lawn mower: 88 decibels
- Motorcycle: 95 decibels
- Rock concert: 120 decibels
- Firearms: 150 decibels
Protect your ears from noise-induced hearing loss.
- Turn down the volume.
- Walk away from the sound.
- Wear earplugs or earmuffs to avoid ear damage.