Can your own voice damage your hearing?
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Also to know is, can human voice damage hearing?
Some people with very good hearing can hear sounds down to -15 dB. If a sound reaches 85 dB or stronger, it can cause permanent damage to your hearing. With extended exposure, noises that reach a decibel level of 85 can cause permanent damage to the hair cells in the inner ear, leading to hearing loss.
One may also ask, how does the ear protect itself from loud noises? In response to loud sounds, the tensor tympani muscle tightens the eardrum and through the tendon between the hammer and anvil and shifts the stirrup backward from the oval window of the inner ear. This shifting of the ossicles reduces the transmitted force to the inner ear, protecting it.
Furthermore, is Noise Cancelling bad for your ears?
Overall, noise cancellation in headphones doesn't affect your hearing negatively. You may hear a slight hissing sound when you the ANC is turned on, but that's about it. However, for some people this can be irritating and even result in dizziness.
Why can I hear my voice in my ear?
Autophony is the unusually loud hearing of a person's own voice. Possible causes are: The "occlusion effect", caused by an object, such as an unvented hearing aid or a plug of ear wax, blocking the ear canal and reflecting sound vibration back towards the eardrum.