Decibel Levels in Common Places

September 19, 2017 HLT Family, Safety 0 Comments


Ever wonder just how loud your favorite family restaurant is? Or your teenager’s football game? We investigated for you, so you know when and where to protect your child’s ears.

The loudness of a sound is measured in decibels (dB.) The higher the decibels, the louder the sound. While most everyday noises (typing, conversation, or the ticking of a clock) are not harmful, some of the things we may hear on any given day can be damaging. According to the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA), any noise with a decibel level higher than 85 could actually cause permanent hearing damage.

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