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How to protect your ears at a Football Game

A lot of people love to watch football- so much in fact, that the average NFL game has over 96 million people watching. With so many people around you, and bustling conversations being thrown at you every second, it can be easy to forget how loud these games can be.

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How to protect your ears at a baseball game

When it comes to attending a professional baseball game, the time and money are worth it. The excitement of the game and all of its amazing features is an experience you won't want to miss. However, each ballpark has a different level of noise that can be rather overwhelming for newcomers. With this in mind, we've put together some tips on how to maximize your enjoyment while minimizing any harmful effects that may come with sustaining long-term or repeated exposure to excessive noise levels.

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How to protect your ears at MotoGP 

We’ve all been there. The sound of the engine, roaring with power fills the air around us as riders twist and turn at speeds of over 100 MPH. It’s exhilarating, terrifying, and all-together awesome. But there’s always that nagging thought in the back of our minds about what the noise is doing to our hearing.

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How to protect your ears at a Motocross

Motocross can be an exciting sport to watch, but it can also be a dangerous one for the riders. The exhaust that bikes produce is not something that people should be exposed to on a regular basis. That’s why hearing protection is important

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How to protect your ears at an Endurance Race

The roar of engine noise from the nearby racetrack is a joy for many spectators. However, it can reach near-deafening levels for those sitting in the grandstands just a few feet away - and that's not including the accompanying cracks of gunfire from race guns or fireworks exploding through the air.

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How to protect your ears when at an Superbike Race

Hearing protection is a bit of a must-have for many of the high-octane motorcycle enthusiasts out there. And thankfully, there’s tons of fantastic hearing protection out there for anyone who wants it. But what is the best hearing protection for superbike racing? Well, that’s what this post is here to help you figure out in detail.

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How to protect your ears when at a Soccer Game

It’s a beautiful Saturday morning and you have tickets to your favorite soccer game. You’re pumped for a great day of cheering and high-fiving friends, but halfway through the game you realize something: it is really, really loud.

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How to protect your ears at a Drag race

The roar of the engine up close has the potential to cause hearing loss. This is due to how sound travels and the distance from the source of the sound. The closer you are, the more intense a sound can be and may reach levels that are inaudible without protection.

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The best earphones for Formula One.

For those who know and love the sport of Formula One, a lot of the time you will be too close to the action to use earplugs. You need something that's going to provide great levels of protection for your ears and at the same time, not cause any trouble with visibility when watching your favorite driver on track.

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Ear injuries in rugby, what you need to know, protect your ears

When playing rugby headguards or tape is used to prevent injury to the ears. This is because the headguard and the tape will protect your ears with a solid impact. If you are not wearing a headguard or tape and you get an impact, then you risk breaking or spraining your ear. A rupture of the eardrum can cause a small amount of bleeding into the middle ear cavity, which is extremely painful. It can take as long as two weeks to heal from an ear injury.

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