Investigation into ear-damaging behaviors during holidays丨Have you been caught?

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Are you having fun during the holidays? Whether you're high or not, the vacation is almost over.

During the holidays, many people indulge themselves in staying up late, dancing to disco, singing songs... and simply can’t stop. However, everyone does not know that these behaviors may be damaging their hearing.

At the end of the holiday, let’s take a look at what you did to hurt your ears during this holiday. (Click on the blank space to view the damage caused by these behaviors to the ears.)

If you wear headphones for a long time, your ears will be in a closed space, and the sound will be prolonged. If the eardrum and auditory nerve are irritated over time, symptoms such as tinnitus, insomnia, headache, hearing loss, etc. may occur, and even permanent deafness may occur. Experts suggest that when wearing headphones, you should follow the "60-60 principle" - the volume should not exceed 60% of the maximum volume, and the continuous listening time should not exceed 60 minutes. It is best to use over-ear headphones instead of earbuds.

Lack of sleep can easily cause blood vessels to be in a state of tension, resulting in insufficient blood supply to the inner ear, which is extremely damaging to hearing. Not to scare you, staying up late for a long time may cause deafness!

(We are all on vacation, why don’t we meet yet?)

Frequently answering the phone or answering the phone for a long time will damage your hearing. , may cause neurological deafness. Experts suggest that it is best not to make phone calls for more than 3 minutes at a time.

The volume level of exposure to music of 100 decibels for 15 minutes is equivalent to working in a noisy environment for 8 hours. Staying in high-decibel environments such as bars and KTVs for a long time can easily cause serious damage to your ears.

The ear canal has a self-draining and self-cleaning function. Most people can remove earwax by themselves. There is no need to frequently pick out the ears, let alone use toothpicks, hairpins, etc. Picking the ears with hard objects such as match sticks can easily damage the skin of the ear canal, and may also damage the tympanic membrane if not careful.

When taking off or landing on an airplane, many people will feel stuffy and painful ears, softer sounds, dizziness and other symptoms. Pay attention to swallowing movements to prevent aviation otitis media.

Water flows into the ears and if not cleaned in time, it may cause otitis media.

You can pull your ears back and tilt your head to drain the water.

The National Day holiday coincides with the beginning of autumn. The weather is changeable and it is easy to catch a cold when traveling. When people have a runny or stuffy nose due to a cold, many people blow their noses by pinching both sides of the nose with two fingers and blowing out the mucus hard. This method is wrong because the ears, nose,The larynx is connected, and if the pressure is too great and cannot be released from the nose, it will go to the ears and throat. Excessive force may cause perforation of the eardrum.

These behaviors that we take for granted are slowly damaging our hearing. Not only during holidays, but also in daily life, we must avoid these behaviors and protect our ears.

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