Over the last few decades, hearing loss due to excessive noise exposure in young adults has increased exponentially.
A recent study has shown that 1 in 6 teenagers suffer from a noise-induced hearing loss and approximately 9 in 10 young adults are at risk of permanent damage.
In 2015, the World Health Organization reported the increasing number of people using personal audio devices and the everlasting effect that it could have on one's hearing.
That in addition to the popularity of fitness classes, night clubs, music venues and sporting events, excessive noise exposure in recreational settings has become a problem for all ages.
Although effects of noise exposure may not be noticeable immediately the damage is irreversible and 100% preventable.