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Updated 04 June 2015

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Are your headphones too loud? If you have ringing or buzzing noises in your ears, pain in your ears or feel as if you have cotton wool in your ears, it is a sign that you tend to turn the volume up too high.

When setting the volume, you should still be able to hear some of what is happening around you – if not, it is too high.

For all the latest news, visit the Health24 Hearing Management Centre.

 
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