Home > Medical > Hearing management > Noise Noise All sections in Hearing Management » About Hearing Management » Anatomy of Hearing » Ear Disorders » FAQs » Health Tips » Hearing Aids » Hearing in Children » Multimedia » Hearing News » Noise » Real-life Story » What is... Loud noise may increase risk for workplace injuries Noise induced hearing loss is a public health issue and in the USA, up to 30 million workers are exposed to noise. Unpleasant sounds Those irritating sounds always get the best of you, which often fuels your frustrations. Neighbours driving you crazy? Sunday morning, and you’re revelling in a bit of a lie-in. Then your DIY-mad neighbour charges up his new electric drill. Do you have the legal right to tell him to shut up? Ask Hearing Care expert » 5 most mysterious sounds ever recorded 7 week old baby smiles as he hears for the first time Decibel damage Studies show that noise heightens stress levels and irritation, but how much noise can the ear tolerate before actual damage is caused? IPod generation risks hearing loss If it’s too loud, you’re too old, right? Wrong. Listening to loud music for long periods of time is no joke, and research shows that the iPod generation is most at risk. How noise pollution threatens your health It's no secret that our world is getting louder. The racket is far more than just an annoyance: it's a potentially serious health threat. Noise levels of common sounds What is the noise level of whispering, a chainsaw or rock music? Movies at full blast There is nothing better than watching a new release on the big screen, but your love for the big screen could damage your hearing. 10 tinnitus facts Here are some need-to-know facts about this condition. load more articles advertisement From our sponsors Exam stress – a challenge for the whole family Cardiovascular risk factors Eduloan offers affordable education finance Like us on facebook!